FirstNews Briefs: Lenovo, Sennheiser, Phonebloks, Jawbone, Casio, Aeris
Lenovo announced the ThinkPad 10, 10-inch tablet, that comes with a digitizer pen for writing input, Windows 8.1 including 64-bit support, up to 4GB of memory and up to 128GB of storage and wireless options including 3G/4G LTE.
Sennheiser officially announced its partnership with Phonebloks. The startup company Phonebloks, founded by the Dutch designer Dave Hakkens, has developed an idea for a modular smartphone where customers can use individual components to compile a phone specifically to suit their own needs. Sennheiser is one of the initiative’s first supporters and will be contributing its audio expertise.
Jawbone today announced a suite of new features for MINI JAMBOX, its pocket-sized speaker. A free firmware update – available exclusively at Jawbone.com – enables Multi Play for MINI JAMBOX, which allows you to wirelessly connect two MINI JAMBOX speakers together, take turns playing from two Bluetooth devices, and separate the left and right channels to create stereo sound.
Today, Casio America, Inc. announced the introduction of two new POS touch terminals, the V-R7000 and V-R7100, which both run the Android operating system and their optional Point of Sale (POS) application software.
Aeris Communications, an M2M technology and service provider, today introduced of Infinity Support. Offered in three packages, Infinity Support includes full 24/7 support, thirty minute response time, and proactive monitoring and issue identification.