What's the best birthday gift for him/her?

Here's the top 3 gadgets that you should consider when choosing the best birthday gift for your friends and loved ones:                                               

                                                                         Vivo Tab

With a name taken from the Latin verb “to live” , Vivo is designed as a constant companion that blends the familiar elegance of ASUS tablet design with the familiarity of Windows.
The VivoTab are slim and highly portable tablets with an attractive metallic design. When combined with the new Mobile Dock with a stylish hidden hinge design, it is an excellent complement for the VivoTab™ & VivoTab, while the VivoTab Smart features a multi-colored design and protective Transleeve Keyboard that’s great for everyday mobility & productivity.

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Weighing just 120 grams and measuring 6.18mm, the huawei ascend P6 has taken home the title for world's thinnest smartphone. featuring a 1.5ghz quad-core processor housed within a streamline metallic body, the device boasts a 4.7-inch high definition in-cell display, accompanied by a 5 megapixel front-facing camera. powered by an android 4.2.2 jelly bean operating system, the hand-held also integrates an 8MP rear-facing BSI camera with f2.0 aperture for taking crisp images, enabling users to alternatively capture video in 1080p full HD

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                                                                  Samsung Galaxy Camera

The Samsung Galaxy Camera runs the latest version of Android: Jelly Bean. Unlike the Nikon S800c camera, the Samsung offering is a phone as well as a camera (using VOIP). It will be available in two variants: a 3G + WiFi model and a 4G + WiFi model. The camera has a 16.3Mpixel sensor and a huge 21x optical zoom, making this a potential winner in the point-and-shoot category. The addition of phone features places this offering in a different zone than competing products. There’s a very clear path to uploading videos and images using a product like this.

The Samsung Galaxy Camera is yet another demonstration of how the Google Android operating system is penetrating the embedded market. Once the domain of the proprietary RTOS running on 8- and 16-bit processors, consumer expectations for user interfaces and user experiences are rapidly raising the bar, making the choice of a 32-bit processor running a GUI-based OS like Android increasingly common. I haven’t said this in a while, but this evolution clearly follows the EDA360 vision.

Source: http://eda360insider.wordpress.com

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