The KeyMission 360 is an action camera by Nikkon. Nikon launched the camera at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2016. KeyMission 360 can shoot up to 4K resolution videos by using of two image sensors and two ultra wide angle lenses on both ends. It is waterproof till 100 feet and is shockproof (ground impact, dust and snow) by up to 6.6 feet. It has WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC, micro SD/SDXC cards slots, an integrated mic, non-removable Li-Ion battery and USB 2.0.It also has electronic image stabilization mechanism.
The product is likely to be released in October 2016.
Modular phones are made up by joining individual modules from camera to processor. Instead of a single unit, a phone that could be plugged into different functionality modules. One can buy multiple modules to according to situations such as a display touchscreen jacket for watching movie or gaming, a low power one for work or speakers for music etc.
With this concept Google’s Advanced Technology and Products division offers a whole new hardware system and partner platform for Google. Google has developed Ara Smartphones are made up of modules inserted into metal endoskeletal frames known as “endos”. The frame is the only component in an Ara Smartphone that is by Google. It acts as switch to the on-device network connecting all the modules together. Modules include common smartphone features, such as cameras (wide angle),displays (E Ink) and speakers, but can also provide more specialized features, such as medical devices, receipt printers, laser pointers, Pico projectors, night vision sensors, or game controller buttons. Ara plans to ship with six slots for the modules; four if you use two double-sized modules. Each slot will accept any module of the correct size in frame. Modules can be brought from Google store and at third-party stores. Ara Smartphones accepts official modules by default, but users can change a software setting to add unofficial. This is similar to how Android handles app installations.
Developer Edition releasing later this year is a 5.3-inch, fairly high-end smartphone. You can use it like a normal Android phone. A big, thick Android phone with a bunch of weird open ports, but normal. Developer kits for Ara will be shipping later this year, and a consumer version.
Xiaomi launched Mi Notebook Air 13.3
CPU: 2.3GHz Intel Core i5-6200U (Turbo up to 2.7GHz)
SSD: 256 GB NVMe SSD with PCIe 3.0 (expandable)
Graphics: an Nvidia Geforce 940MX (300MhZ to 1500 Mhz)
Weight:1.28kg (2.82 pounds)
WiFi standard: 802.11AC 2×2
Web cam: 1mp
Screen: 13.3inch Full HD (1,920×1,080-pixels)
Dimensions: 309.6mm x 210.9mm x 14.8mm (12.18″ × 8.3″ × 0.58″)
Ports: USB 3.1 (Gen 1) Type-C,USB 3.0 Type-A(2),HDMI,3.5mm TRRS jack
Battery: 9.5 hours,40Wh
OS:Windows 10 Home
Mi Notebook Air will be released in China on August 2th