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EKing claims to be world’s thinnest tablet PC

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on July 29th, 2011

Apple’s iPad 2 and Samsung’s new Galaxy Tabs are among the thinnest tablets on the market today. Well, there’s a new thinnest tablet on the scene according to an announcement made by a Chinese manufacturer known as Shenzhen Guangxuntong Communication Technology.

They have developed what they claim is the “world’s thinnest tablet PC’, and it comes in the form of its new EKing T9 device. The EKing T9 sports a 9.7-inch IPS capacitive touchscreen display and Intel’s Z670 processor which is clocked at 1.5GHz. The EKing T9 tablet is also said to feature 2GB of memory, along with both front and rear-facing cameras.

Obaku V140G is the world’s thinnest sports watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on February 20th, 2011

We’ve seen all kinds of watches here at the Brick, some packed with awesome features. But it seems like the more features you add, the more it weighs your wrist down. That isn’t fun at all. It’s nice when a watch is light and thin. The Obaku 7140G claims to be the slimmest sports watch ever. It certainly looks like that’s true.

Being slim and light is exactly what you want in a sports watch when you are running or playing in a tennis match. Ideally you want something that you don’t even know you are wearing. The design is even sleek and stylish in black.

Fujifilm launches world’s thinnest 10x zoom compact camera

Posted in Fujifilm by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2011

Fujifilm has announced the launch of the world’s thinnest 10x optical zoom compact camera, the FinePix T200. It has a resolution of 14 megapixels and delivers files that can be printed out at A3 without the need for any software re-sizing. The 10x zoom range stretches from 28-280mm. The FinePix T200 also packs in a powerful CCD shift Image Stabilization (CIS) system to help eliminate camera shake and deliver high quality images in a variety of lighting conditions.

Other features include 720p HD video at 30 frames per second and easy panoramas. The T200 is just 28.1mm thick and 97mm wide, so it will travel with you anywhere easily. It comes in 4 colors: Black, Silver, Blue and Red.

LG announces world’s thinnest 42-inch LCD panel

Posted in LG by Conner Flynn on December 21st, 2009

How thin can LCD panels get? It’s never enough for LG who is getting ready for CES 2010, where they intend to show off the new “worlds thinnest” LCD TV panel.

LG has announced a new 42-inch 1080p panel that’s only 2.6mm (or .1 inch) thin. The prototype LED-backlit 120Hz display is light as well at just under 8.8 pounds. Sadly we don’t have any other specs on it yet, but we will learn more when CES kicks off in Vegas very soon.

Samsung’s ‘world’s thinnest’ watchphone

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on July 22nd, 2009

Samsung's 'world's thinnest' watchphoneWe’ve seen our share of wrist phones, most of them looking huge on your wrist. Now Samsung has one with a slimmer design. It’s model S9110 “the world’s thinnest.”

Thin is one thing, but this one is also small. That’s the magic formula for wrist phones. Trouble is you need excellent eyesight to see that 1.7-inch touchscreen. It sports Bluetooth, voice recognition, a speakerphone, and can even play music and check your e-mail.

Neoi 906E thinks it’s the worlds thinnest QWERTY phone

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on December 17th, 2008

Neoi 906E thinks it’s the worlds thinnest QWERTY phoneDo I laugh or not? German company Neoi introduced the 906E. It claims to be the thinnest QWERTY phone in the world. Who are we to argue? It’s almost as thin as the credit card. The Neoi 906E is packed with a lot of features including, a camera, Bluetooth, MP3 player, microSD card slot expandable up to 8GB.

The handset also supports Tri-Band GSMGPRS 900/1800/1900 MHz and comes with an integrated hands-free speakerphone. Problem is, they want you to purchase a minimum quantity of 500 units to get this handset. Hmmm. On one hand, it’s the world’s thinnest, on the other I don’t really need 500 since I’m not Santa.