Toshiba is working on a 10.1-inch Android tablet, according to Engadget. The unnamed device will be powered by a dual-core Tegra 2 processor and will come with two cameras, a five megapixel one on the back and a two megapixel on the front. It’s also set to feature the next version of Android, dubbed Honeycomb.
MSI has been busy showing off some concept computers, including a few intriguing all-in-one PCs, reports Pocket-lint. A ten point of contact touchscreen model is called the Butterfly, while another model, the Angelow, looks more like a giant photo frame than a computer. We’re unlikely to ever see these appear in the exact form, but it’s a good insight into what direction MSI is looking in.
The Google Nexus S smartphone, the Samsung-built successor to the Nexus One, can now be overclocked, thanks to a custom kernel developed by an XDA-Developers member. TechTree reports that the 1GHz Samsung Hummingbird processor can now be overclocked to 1.2GHz, but the increase may negatively affect battery life.
Dvice brings news of the world’s lightest 3D glasses, manufactured by Samsung. They only weigh 0.098 ounces and can be wirelessly charged. They even automatically detect when they’re in use and turn on or off appropriately. They’re a bit bulky at the back, however, and may be uncomfortable for the speccy among us.
Amazon looks like it made a real blunder, listing the HTC EVO Shift 4G on its US site for $199 before the phone has even been officially announced. It’s $50 more expensive than expected, but more importantly it’s up for pre-order without any official backing. The link to the phone, reported by Gadgetell, is now offline.
The SD card market may boom with the rise of low built-in storage tablet PCs, so the advent of 64GB and 128GB SDXC cards from Lexar might be welcome news to many. They’re both Class 10 and feature minimum speeds of 133x, according to HotHardware.