Can’t choose between a laptop and a tablet? Well, Lenovo has a treat for you! Lenovo recently released its very own IdeaPad Z400 Touch, a touch-enabled laptop. The IdeaPad Z400 is equipped with an astounding 14-inch touch-enabled screen. It is over an inch thick and a bit heavy at 5.3 pounds. Like most laptops, the Z400 has a complete set of ports including bluetooth, hdmi, usb 3.0, ethernet, SD card reader, and a DVD burner. However, what sets this laptop apart is the fact that it is equipped with an amazing 1TB hard drive. That’s enough space for pretty much all the files you can get your hands on.
For more information, you can visit: http://www.cnet.com/laptops/lenovo-ideapad-z400-touch/4505-3121_7-35561178.html
You can also check out the new Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 by visiting http://reviews.cnet.com/holiday-gift-guide/laptops-desktops/touch-screen-laptops/
Hope this helps! 🙂
Originally posted by: Andrew Michael in http://www.ultrahdtv.net/xbox-one-will-support-4k-ultra-hd-gaming/
Microsoft isn’t eager to spill all the details about Xbox One before E3 next month, but they’re already hinting at 4K Ultra HD gaming capabilities. Forbes’ Matt Hickey recently interviewed Yusuf Mehdi, Corporate Vice President of Marketing and Strategy, Interactive Entertainment Business at Microsoft. When asked if the Xbox One will be compatible with Ultra HDTV’s, Mehdi said, “The video and interface portions, absolutely. Games developed for 1080p will run at 1080p, obviously.” Later adding, “There’s no hardware restriction there at all.” With that said, it is theoretically possible to support 4K gaming if the developer so chooses.
The battle between Microsoft’s Xbox One and Sony’s PlayStation 4 is heating up, despite the fact that neither has announced a release date nor a price. Sony has already stated that the PlayStation 4 will support 4K movies, but no support for 4K gaming. Gripes are already being made about the apparently lack of backward compatibility with older games on the two next-gen consoles. Others criticize the possibility of 4K gaming since current HDMI standards only support 4K at 30 fps (frames per second). This is fine for movies, which usually run at 24 fps, but games generally require at least 60 fps.
We can only speculate about the details until E3 rolls around next month, but it sounds like Microsoft has some 4K magic up their sleeves.
To learn for about 4K ultra HD, follow this link: http://www.ultrahdtv.net/lg-display-announces-multiple-ultra-hdtvs/ 🙂