It also has a microSD card slot (up to 32GB), a built-in camera, Flash 10.1 support, 1080p Full HD video playback support, 3G expansion, WiFi, an HDMI port, a mini-USB 2.0 port, a 3.5mm headset jack and it runs Android 2.3.
Hyundai’s IT 70 inch Table Monitor is a 70 inch concept table monitor that can either be used as an upright TV or a touch screen table similar to Microsofts Surface. This concept table is equipped with multitouch capabilities so it’s good for business, education or even gaming.
Sadly we don’t have any detailed specifications of the device at the moment. But a table fitted with a 70 inch high definition multitouch screen is always a good idea if you ask us.
Hyundai’s newest luxury sedan, the Equus, was just revealed at the New York Auto Show and one of the more interesting things about it is that it won’t come with a paper owner’s manual. Instead it will come with an iPad, allowing customers to make vehicle service appointments wirelessly.
Pretty nice marketing gimmick. Hopefully it will have some apps that will do a little more for the owner. At about $50 or $60K, it’s the least they can do. Heck, they should throw in a whole Apple package.
Normally if you want to see what it looks like to dissect a car piece by piece, you have to get out the tools and sacrifice your own ride, throwing parts all over the yard. Thanks to Hyundai, you won’t have to do any work at all.
Just watch the video below of a Genesis completely disassembled. I love how the above image looks like parts from a model kit that you might buy in a box. Don’t try this at home. You’ll have parts leftover when you rebuild it.
Hyundai has two new 3D LCD monitors for the European market. The 22-inch W220S and the 24-inch W240S. Both monitors come complete with polarized glasses to insure that you look your dorkiest while taking in that sweet 3D.
Some other features include a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, two 3W speakers, a D-Sub port, a DVI port and an HDMI port. The W220S has a native resolution of 1680 x 1050 pixels with a 5ms response time, while the W240S offers a higher resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels with 6ms response time.
Hyundai has unveiled two new Full HD Monitors, expanding their lineup with the V226Wa and the V236Wd. Both of these widescreen monitors boast a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, a 5ms response time, 300 cd/m2 brightness and 20,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio.
The V226Wa comes with 1W speakers and a D-Sub connector only, while the V236Wd has 1.5W speakers along with D-Sub and DVI ports.
You might have heard. What with the whacked economy and all, Hyundai is not only making cars, but cell phones as well.
To refresh, the MB-910 timepiece is a tri-band GSM/GPRS mobile phone with around three hours of talk time, 70 hours on standby and polyphonic ringtones. No video calls, but it does have a 132 x 176 touchscreen able to display WAP-captured content, SMS and MMS messages, and videos.
What do you do when people are no longer buying cars due to the economy being in the toilet? You get the hell out, that’s what. If you know what’s good for you, you’ll make something that people are still buying. Like phones and watches. If you’re Hyundai you offer both in one package.
The MB-910 timepiece is actually a tri-band GSM/GPRS mobile phone with around three hours of talk time, 70 hours on standby and polyphonic ringtones. No video calls sadly, but it does have a 132 x 176 touchscreen able to display WAP-captured content, SMS and MMS messages, and videos.
The day is rapidly approaching when the phone watch will be here. Well, it actually came a little while ago but we’re talking about the practical phone watch day that’s soon to come. Hyundai may be the leader of the pack with its W-100, a GSM phone that you wear on your wrist. The phone watch comes with a 1.3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth connectivity, microSD card slot, plays MP3 and video files and has a touch screen interface. It supports both the English and Chinese language so there’s that going for it too. Most of all we dig the design which doesn’t look too clumsy nor too calculator watch-ish. Loads of more photos after the leap.