Monday, February 21, 2011

Panasonic To Launch 10.1-inch Mobile TV

The use of motion control is necessary to extend beyond the boundaries of the gaming devices if the final product from Panasonic is a sign of the future. The Japanese company has unveiled a new 10.1-inch LCD TV that can be controlled with gestures.

The DMP-HV200 Panasonic VIERA has a small 10.1-inch (1024 x 600) display that tight is designed to be portable and can spend four hours on one battery charge. Other features include Wi-Fi, a USB 2.0 port and card slot SDXC. But it's the gesture that controls this unit stand out.

While TV still requires a distance of more complex operations, commercial drivers have a built-in allows you to run your hand left or write to change the channel up or down to adjust the volume. These gestures only work with their hands inside the screen of 10 cm, though. TV channel has its own recipe, so it can be used as a cookbook in the kitchen.

The inclusion of a USB port also means that you can connect the camera and the display of the Panasonic supports Skype State. There is also the possibility to model Blu-ray built in, but we doubt you could understand, the graphics in HD resolution on this.

controls in a gesture of mobile TV is not cheap, however. The new Viera will be available in Japan from March 18 to $ 640 (without the Blu-ray).