We heard that the Japanese airline KDDI introduced the Toshiba “e-book,” and now we are looking at it for the first time.
The e-inkless Biblio has a 3.5-inch LCD (960 x 480) with WiFi, 7 GB of internal memory, an electronic dictionary, and a 5.1-megapixel camera.
The device has a pull-out keyboard that displays a number pad in portrait orientation and works as a full QWERTY in landscape orientation.
8. Sharp AQUOS SHOT 933SH offers 10 megapixels on a silver plate
It’s a phone. It’s a camera. Does it still matter? If neither the Mirum 934SH nor the Solar Hybrid 936SH meets your needs, you can look forward to another miracle from Sharp coming to SoftBank Mobile in Japan this summer – the AQUOS SHOT 933SH.
This vacuum cleaner’s main feature will be massive optics coupled with a low-noise 10MP CCD sensor.
Which is infinitely more straightforward to use than a real camera, thanks to the rotating touchscreen display and voila, your old point and shoot up to date.
Otherwise, you have a 3.3-inch WVGA display (perfect for watching 1-segment TVs) and global roaming capabilities.
Don’t be surprised if we try to ferry one of these states when it kicks off at the end of May.
9. NEC N-06A is a WiFi hotspot and a smartphone
NEC’s N-06A and will soon be on display at NTT DoCoMo in Japan.
Aside from the expected phone functions like calling on the operator’s FOMA network, the phone can be used as a wireless access point when AP mode is enabled!
It is ensured by the state-of-the-art Atheros AR6002 module, which can operate cell phones in infrastructure mode.
However, it is the primary wireless communication structure used by access points, routers, laptops, and other wireless LAN devices.
It allows your netbook (and seven other WiFi-enabled devices) to connect to the Internet through your phone.
The NEC N-06A is an 8.1-megapixel camera, HSDPA / WLAN models, and a 3.2-inch touchscreen with 854 x 480 pixels.
As usual, there is no word on the phone’s price or shipping date.