Motorola Atrix HD promises to be a power packed gadget for just $100. Motorola has launched this new gadget with a multitude of high end specifications. While the new Atrix HD comes into the legacy of Atrix and Atrix 2 from 2011, it features don't disappoint.
The new gadget is powered by a dual core 1.5GHz CPU and 1GB of RAM which complements its customized Android 4.0 ICS OS. It features a 4.5 inch display with a resolution of 1280×720 and has a 331ppi pixel density. The screen is covered with the standard Corning Gorilla Glass which protects the screen from scratches. The gadget boasts of a 1080p rear camera as well as a 720p secondary camera which offers users the option of high-definition video chat. The gadget is 0.33 inches thick and backed in DuPont Kevlar.
The device will also feature an HDMI port for connecting the handset to external devices. This gadget will be an AT&T exclusive and is Motorola's answer to the top models like the HTC One X and the Samsung Galaxy S III. The device will retail from July 15 and will run on the 4G LTE network of AT&T. The gadget will come loaded with 8GB of inbuilt storage and a slot for micro SD so storage will not be a problem for users. A two year contract and the phone will be available for $100.
Violet 3D is a home theater system which comes with 5 speakers, a sub-woofer, Space Sensing Microphone and would cost you Rs. 65,000. This home theatre system is the baby of the firm name 'portal player' wherein the team of 8 people worked on the algorithm and software development of the first generation iPod. A founder of the firm Ashish Agrawal an electrical engineer with PhD from Santa Barbara UC a Snap Networks, a startup from Bangalore, India which manufactures a home theater system named Violet 3D. surprisingly his home theater system violet 3D had no involvement of China in it. This was surprising for the simple fact that even an organization as successful as Apple also relies on China for the manufacturing of its devices like the iPod, iPhone and the iPad's.
The various versions of the Green Lantern DVD and Blu-ray release have been announced and the surprise inclusion is an extended version of the film. This will in 2D only, but included with both the 3D and 2D Blu-ray sets – and not on the DVD set at all.
The most unexpected news by Warner Bros is that the Blu-Ray of Green Lantern will include a PS3-exclusive skin for Batman: Arkham City. Green Lantern didn't fare so hot in the box office, so Warner Bros. should be going all out to make the Blu-Ray/DVD look attractive to customers.
Sony as well had similar Blu ray/PS3 promotions, such as including the Resistance 3 beta with Blu Ray copies of Battle: Los Angeles