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Consumer Electronics Show Things To Watch For: Part 2

by: Cresencio Daffon Jr. | 09 Jan, 2011 10:59:03

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We will continue our discussion in this second part of the article: Consumer Electronics Show Things To Watch For about Atrix by Motorola, 4G Atrix by Motorola, and LTE network by AT&T. 

  • Atrix by Motorola

Motorola demonstrated that from a smartphone, a notebook cab gather data and edit it as though it came from the notebook itself, and likewise, the demonstration showcased the manner how the notebook could be used to do some complicated functions of the smartphone as the ATRIX integrated voice calling and Short Messaging Service or text messages.

  • 4G Atrix by Motorola

The one which has a processor of 1GHZ and is a dual-core that will provide the power with the highest processing capacity for any smartphone on the market which will actually powered by network of High Speed Packet Access + by AT&T is the 4G Atrix. The accessories of the gadget are what make it remarkable which has the notebook integration capability as it can be bought with a dock for notebooks that allows gadget’s monitor.

  • LTE network by AT&T

This high-speed data will be delivered to your primary gadget which will start summer of 2011, although this product cannot be seen or touch by your senses. The carrier assured those people who have witnessed the event when the 4G network becomes active, the tablets will be ready for market disposal and smartphones with LTE capability as AT&T hasn’t been giving any exact timeframe for the date and the venue of the launching of the first services from 4G.

Last month, Verizon commercially introduced the LTE network, while on the other hand, for the last two years, Clearwire and Sprint have been rolling out their network for WIMAX throughout the nation, as Sprint and Verizon are at present time the primary carriers for wireless industry which offers 4G services as the carrier stated.

The company, T-Mobile will be the only primary wireless American carrier for not setting a timeframe for 4G services activity as of this year, while AT&T is now committed to launch LTE.

I do appreciate your time spent on reading these two article parts – Consumer Electronics Show Things To Watch For: Part 1 and 2, and I hope you have learned and will apply the things you have gathered from what I have discussed regarding CES. Please bear for another exciting and educational article that will surely make your computing and apps life comfortable.

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