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Thursday, February 9, 2012

The Mystery Behind a Glass Cage

Travis Furst overwhelmed when bombarded with questions about Sony products on display in the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. "Sorry, we can not tell you about this product now," said Furst, who served in the Sony booth, to any visitor who asks.

The visitors are made curious by the four computers with the "arrogant" sit behind the glass. At the bottom of the table, there is no detailed description and written only one line of information about the identity of the product.

Mysterious Gadget form of tablets, VAIO hybrid laptop, and ultrabook that is predicted will hit the market this summer.

Not just Sony, but also features the Intel and Lenovo's flagship product. The difference, the two companies are willing to give a little glimpse of the product. In essence, visitors can simply enjoy the gadgets of the future is behind glass and they figure out what his prowess.

The uniqueness of the tablet computer is located in an elastic body. The back can be "pinched" and transformed into a docking or buffer.
Sony Slate Vaio Concept. (Picture from: http://www.technologytell.com/)
Silver tablet screen size is about 9 inches. On the front there is a wireless keyboard that emits light from the sidelines of a button.

It was unclear what operating system is used. During the exhibition, the screen only displays the highlighted tablet picture from all sides.

Briefly looked like a laptop. But VAIO also serves as a tablet. If the screen is shifted, a row of the keyboard will appear yellow gold.

To turn it into a tablet computer, the screen can be shifted again to cover the keyboard.
Sony Vaio Hybrid. (Picture from: http://blog.laptopmag.com/)

As a hybrid product, of 13 inch screen is touch screen. Sony also provides a five pen stylus for ease of use.

Thickness of less than 1 centimeter. On the right side above the keyboard are three shortcut with VAIO writing, Web, and Assist.

On the left are a USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports, vents, and the power button. On the opposite side there is an Ethernet port, VGA, HDMI and SD card.
Sony Vaio Ultrabook 13 Inches. (Picture from: http://www.engadget.com/)
The outside is wrapped ultrabook this silver coated aluminum with textured stripes.

Glance it looks like Sony VAIO ultrabook. The difference is the screen that is wider, ie, measuring 15 inches.

VAIO logo on the outside also made different. The term used is diamond-cut models.

Intel designed the tablet is for Windows 8. Because it's special, semiconductor companies also make a special processor called Clover Trail. Atom 32 nanometer processor has been optimized in order to run a variety of features that only exist on the Windows platform 8.
Intel Clover Trail. (Picture from: http://www.gizbot.com/)

In making this a sample tablet, Intel was not colaborate with any computer company. The prototype on display pure tablet made by Intel.

As the name suggests, Yoga, the computer is "very flexible", so it can bend to 360 degrees. Its function was changed from notebook to tablet.

Lenovo Idea Product Group Marketing, Michael Littler, calling it a hybrid product. "Going forward, there will be a lot of hybrid products," he said.
Lenovo Ideapad Yoga. (Picture from: http://www.theverge.com/)

To maintain the slim shape, Lenovo made a special port for charging. Square shape as a USB port, but smaller and flat. *** [RINI KUSTIANI | KORAN TEMPO 3771]
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