While the US press release for the PlayStation 4 mentioned details about games, used games and pricing, it did not confirm all of the specs for the console. In Japan however, a more detailed press release clears up a few things. Sony’s console is packing a 500GB hard drive (same as the Xbox One), and it will not include the camera module, which is a $ 59 (£44 and €49) add-on for the $ 399 box. By comparison, the Xbox One includes — and requires for its use — the Kinect 2.0 camera. A Best Buy listing confirms the PlayStation 4 Eye’s add-on status and pricing, and that an extra DualShock 4 controller will also go for $ 59. We’ve double checked with Sony and confirmed that the system comes with a controller and mono earpiece plus HDMI, USB and power cords — but no camera.
The spec sheet also confirms the system’s dimensions at 275 x 53 x 305mm (excluding the largest projection), its ports (HDMI and optical out, 2 USB 3.0 in and 1 AUX in for use with the camera) and that a single ear mono headset is packed in with the system. That controller weighs in at 210g, includes a 1000mAh battery and one other detail some may have missed — a built-in mono speaker. There are details specs for the camera too, which is capable of a maximum 1280 x 800 (x2) pixel capture at 60fps, 640 x 400 at 120fps, or 320 x 192 at 240fps. It has an 85 degree FOV and a 2 meter cable to connect to the system
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LG isn’t short of a few Voice over LTE handsets, but this neck-hugging Bluetooth handset promises to offer similarly crisp voice calls, if the feature’s available, without the need to fumble around in your pockets . The Tone + headset totes a pair of in-ear buds, is available in both white and black and will even vibrate in Battle Royale terror style when you receive a call. LG has built in a “professional grade audio codec”, the aptX, to improve audio performance alongside that VoLTE compatibility. The headphones can event pair to two devices (even two smartphones) and read out your received SMS messages. You can expect the micro-USB rechargeable Tone+ to last around 15 hours of talk-time, or 500 hours on standby. Pricing is yet to be confirmed, but LG promise to launch the device in the US, Korea and China by the end of the month.
Snagging international data service usually involves either special agreements or steep roaming costs. Not Uros and its new Goodspeed hotspot. The pocketable, 21Mbps HSPA+ router carries a staggering 10 SIM cards and simply uses a local SIM for whichever destination country you visit. The brute force strategy helps Uros offer a relatively low flat rate for 1GB of data per day, no matter where you are on the coverage map: while the Goodspeed itself costs €273 ($ 352), Uros asks just €5.90 ($ 8) a day for occasional visits and €9.90 ($ 13) a month for frequent fliers. It’s a very sizable bargain for the jetset, even with a current scope limited to Finland, Germany, Italy, Switzerland and the UK. A number of “important” countries are due before Christmas, which could make Uros’ hotspot a go-to choice for those who just can’t stay settled in one place.
A year later and one hundred dollars cheaper than its predecessor, Seattle-based Contour announced its Contour+2 action camera this week and will be available later this month. The latest improves upon the previous generation with a sprinkling of features from other models in the lineup, new accessories and a different way of sharing content. Oh, and you can now use your smartphone (Android, iPhone) to control all the action remotely.
The +2 not only records 1080p video and SD 480p video at 120FPS but now embeds “rich data” like speed, elevation and distance thanks to its built-in GPS receiver right on top of any video that users record and upload to Facebook, YouTube and Vimeo. Pretty neat and useful for the adrenalin junkies. All of which can be done with the Storyteller app for your PC or Mac.
Also included in the $ 399.99 package is a waterproof case rated to 60 meters, a 4GB microSD card and a mini HDMI cable for live streaming. Other improvements include an external mic port and improved video from the 270-degree rotating lens. And there’s no more power button. Slide the slider forward and you’re good to go. A locking mechanism is also in place to ensure your videos don’t stop recording until you’re ready to stop. The power button has since been replaced with a “status” button that fires up the leveling laser, among other things.
But the coolest feature in my opinion has to be the improved Bluetooth connectivity that turns your smartphone into a remote viewfinder for the +2. Anything the camera sees is beamed directly to your phone letting you tweak your shots before you start recording, which you can activate from said phone. Switching on Bluetooth is also easier with a dedicated button on top of the slider.
We’ll have a review of the device in the coming weeks. In the meantime, feel free to pose any questions in comments.
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An as-yet unannounced Sony phone has been given another official nudge, courtesy of a filing over at leaky favorite, Bluetooth SIG. The device houses a substantial 4.6-inch screen carrying a 720p display and Sony’s Mobile Bravia engine software tweaks. It’s apparently part of Sony’s “premium product line” and while glamor shots are still non-existent, we’re told that it’ll have a familiar-sound arc design, and a metal back cover — a rarity for Sony phones. Despite these heady specs, the phone remains slim at 9 mm, and a weight of around 140g, while the LT30 model number tallies with some earlier benchmark appearances and user agent profiles that suggest the device will pack Android 4.0 and an LTE-friendly Snapdragon S4 processor. Good news then, if you thought Sony wasn’t launching enough phones this year.
Sony’s announced its first two LTE-capable phones for its Japanese customers — and there’s two of ‘em. The Xperia GX is up first, with a 720p 4.6-inch display squeezed in alongside a new 13-megapixel camera — a first for Sony’s mobile family. A 1.5 GHz dual-core processor ensures it should all tick along nicely, while the hardware design follows the curves of last year’s Xperia Arc, this time with a matte finish. The camera upgrade and huge screen makes a good case for this to be Sony’s new flagship device — mere months since the Xperia S debuted in Europe — and before the Xperia Ion has even had a chance to launch in the US.
It’s joined by the Xperia XS, which Sony’s calling the world’s lightest LTE capable handset, weighing in at just under 100g. It packs a smaller 3.7-inch screen with the same Mobile Bravia engine found on its bigger brother — and the rest of Sony’s recent handsets. It’s joined by a 1.5GHz dual-core processor (although there’s no specifics on what type just yet) and a more standard 8-megapixel camera. It wouldn’t be a Japanese phone without infrared connectivity, mobile wallet and a mobile TV — they’re all built-in. Both phones will launch in black and white, and Android fans can rest easy, as they’ll both arrive with Android 4.0 installed when they hit stores in Japan this summer.
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