Quick Post: Technology{The future of the tablet (Pico Projectors)}


As we have seen the release of several tablets, the Ipad 2 is one of the latest additions to the market. A nice refinement and performance upgrade that produces a much higher quality product. The Touchpad from HP is the first to break the 1 ghz barrier at 1.2 ghz. The slow pressure upward will eventually place the products at 4000 performance level or 4 ghz equivalent. As the performance reaches mid -range notebook performance demand for further innovation and inclusion will continue to be in demand.

Lazar keyboards as well as Pico projectors (micro projectors) are available but are yet to be introduced at a new level. I expect one of these companies preferably Apple, will introduce is technology capability to this market. Really what we would like to see is a combination of both, overlay on overlay with improved responsiveness with some esthetic’s touches. This will allow for tablet use as a more primary functioning utility.  It should be interesting over the next 10 -20 years as complete new operating systems need to exist at completely higher levels. Though we should really start to be seeing major hardware improvements and innovation in the next couple years.  As I have mentioned before, to this point we have seen many inclusions of new abilities pre-existing, but have not really seen real innovation that hasn’t been expected for some time.

The concern becomes  the mid addition market again. We continue to just see higher processing and light introductions, and expected multi-tasking but nothing in terms of high power out put short of gaming, really were looking for gaming graphic interface to meet education and business productivity applications to a greater extent.

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Nicholas Anthony Cristella born in Washington Township, New Jersey. Birth-date: September 5. 1986 Current age: 25 Company: Decisive Decisions Marketing, LLC View all posts by Decisive Decisions Marketing

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