Posts Tagged ‘NEC’

NEC Docomo Pro N-08B Is More of a Laptop Than a Phone


Looking a lot like the old Nokia Communicator, the new NEC Docomo Pro N-08B looks a lot more like a mini laptop, rather than a mobile phone.

Set to launch under NEC’s Docomo Pro series, the new N-08B features a large, 4.6 inch display, and full QWERTY keyboard, both in a 80×180×18.1 body. As far as weight goes, the new NEC handheld is 300 grams heavy. Couple that with WIFI connectivity and POP3/SMTP email service, and the NEC Docomo Pro N-08B feels a lot like a small laptop.


NEC S521 LCD With 52-inch HD Display


NEC’s S series professional LCD displays has now a new member, the S521, joining the existing 40-inch S401, 46-inch S461 and 70-inch S701.

The S521 is a 52″ full High-Definition LCD monitor which has been designed for environments with extended operation times such as airports and other public areas, and also for applications including corporate boardrooms, meeting rooms and video conferencing systems.

List of features for the S521 after the jump


NEC’s CE151 Chip Brings HD Videos to Mobile Phones


Before you get too excited, I should tell you NEC just introduced their new wonder chip, we probably won’t see it on a phone before the end of the year.

Still the NEC CE151 camera chip is quite a breakthrough that supposedly makes mobiles comparable to DSLR cameras. Among the most impressive features of NEC’s new chip are the HD video recording capabilities and the shooting of still images of up to 13 megapixels.

There was no official statement on when we can expect NEC to implement the CE151 chip in its handhelds, but I wouldn’t hold my breath. Be sure to check the rest of its features, after the break.


NEC to Launch Giant 70-inch Display in March

NEC 70-inch Display

NEC is ready to return on the market in March with a brand new 70-inch display, the P701. The huge display has a resolution of 1920 x 1080, a contrast ratio of 2000:1, a maximum brightness of 600 cd/m2 and it was designed to work continuously. It also feature internal temperature sensors and thermal protection in order to prevent overheating problems and the sealed design will keep the dust or steam outside. The 70-inch display will go on sale in March for $11,799.

Via i4u