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EE Times: 10 Hot Gadgets

Posted: 02 Jan 2012     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

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Sony's S1 tablet is based on the latest Android 3.0, has WiFi and 3G/4G compatibility and a 9.4-in display. Its off-center of gravity design provides stability and ease of grip. Users can control home entertainment devices, as well as "throw" personal content to large screen televisions or music to wireless speakers.


Sony tablet

The Sony S1 tablet can be transformed into a photo frame or an alarm clock.

The Libratone wireless speakers disperse sound waves in multiple directions from the cabinet's five units, each driven by dedicated audiophile amplifiers and each dedicated to spreading sound in a specific direction encapsulating the listener. The speakers use Apple Lossless technology, digital signal processing and high-end components.

Libratone speaker

The wireless speakers from the Copenhagen-based company works with the iPad, iPhone and iPod.

D-Premier from French firm Devialet uses ADH (analog-digital-hybrid) technology in an audio amplifier, which, at least in the lab, has achieved measurements across all critical parameters, under real-world conditions including: THD+N (harmonic distortion) at full power of 0.001 percent; IMD (intermodulation) according to SMTPE specs of 0.001 percent; SNR (Signal-to-Noise ratio) of 130 dB unweighted; no measurable thermal distortion; output impedance of 0.001 Ω; bandwidth, digital inputs @ 8 to 2 Ω load: DC–87kHz (-3dB), DC–60kHz (-1dB), DC–30kHz (-0.1dB); analog inputs: same except 0.1Hz (-3dB).

D-Premier

The D-Premier has an internal digital transport, ensuring no signal degradation.


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