ACME Electronics – Los Mejores precios SIEMPRE! Jawbone JAMBOX Bluetooth Speaker

El mayor sonido, el envase más pequeño

JAMBOX proporciona un increíble audio de alta definición en un altavoz portátil e inalámbrico que es tan compacto que no lo creerás cuando lo escuches. Es ruidoso. Con una capacidad de salida de 85 decibeles, JAMBOX llena hasta los lugares más amplios. A diferencia de otros altavoces portátiles, JAMBOX está potenciado por un par de controladores patentados, altamente sofisticados, que no tienen rival en su capacidad para producir frecuencias extremadamente altas (tweeter) y bajas (woofer), desde un solo altavoz ultrapequeño y con forma de domo. Trabajan en conjunto con un innovador radiador pasivo de bajos que mueve paredes y cubierta hermética, con el fin de entregar lo más brillantes altos y triunfales bajos que puedes sentir, el sonido más rico en la palma de tu mano.

  • tráfico de ciudad
  • motocicleta
  • JAMBOX 85 db
  • concierto de rock

Mejora con el tiempo

JAMBOX es el único altavoz en el mundo que se vuelve más inteligente cada vez que lo conectas. Simplemente sincronízalo con MyTALK, la primera plataforma en línea de la industria de Jawbone, para descargar aplicaciones, actualizaciones de software y las últimas funciones, incluidasLiveAudio™, una experiencia auditiva tridimensional en la que te puedes sumergir. La inteligencia integrada de Jambox te permite personalizarlo con tus preferencias específicas. Ningún otro altavoz en el planeta es inteligente y actualizable, pero claro, nada se puede comparar con JAMBOX.

 

Ve a cualquier parte, se inalámbrico

JAMBOX te brinda la libertad de llevar contigo audio transparente e inalámbrico a donde sea que vayas, a donde quieras ir. Llévalo de una habitación a otra o simplemente mételo en tu bolso, ya que siempre está listo para partir. No más cables, puertos o dificultades. Con JAMBOX, también puedes disfrutar de transmisión de música, podcasts y eventos deportivos al mismo tiempo que usas tu teléfono para hacer otras cosas, como correos electrónicos, publicar en Facebook o navegar por la web.

 

Súbele el volumen a tu música, películas y juegos

No dejes que los pequeños altavoces de los equipos saboteen tu sonido. Todos tus medios se merecen un excelente audio, sin importar desde qué dispositivo se reproducen. Con JAMBOX, sentirás el golpe de cada batería, el sonido de cada persecución de autos y el público celebrando cada gol de último minuto, lo que trae a la vida de manera vibrantes todos tus medios móviles. Y con cerca de diez horas de reproducción continua, puedes sonar todo el día con carga de sobra para lo que está por venir. Revisa algunas excelentes aplicaciones aquí.

 

Conferencias en el camino

Con un poderoso micrófono incorporado, JAMBOX te da la libertad para tener llamadas de conferencia con sonido claro y transparente en cualquier parte, ya sea en la oficina, el auto, en el hogar, cuando estás solo o con un grupo. Se acabaron las conversaciones ininteligibles y difíciles de oír a través de tu teléfono móvil o equipo, se acabó la necesidad de estar amarrado a los cables. Solo llamadas de conferencia claras y transparentes desde tu teléfono o equipo. También es perfecto para compartir conversaciones de vídeo a través de iChat®, Skype®, Google Talk™ y más.

Todo está en los detalles

Parte maravilla técnica, parte pieza de arte moderna, JAMBOX luce y se siente de manera tan sorprendente como suena. Ya sea que esté sobre un escritorio, una mesa de café, o un estante, JAMBOX no solo resuelve el problema de los montones de cables y los incómodos altavoces de los equipos, sino que también otorga un toque de estilo distintivo. Con su construcción de acero inoxidable y su carcasa de goma moldeada de peso industrial, no solo es un envase bonito, JAMBOX es una máquina robusta, portátil y creada meticulosamente para asombrar. Un ejemplo más de la obsesión de Jawbone por entregar innovaciones de audio de vanguardia, funcionalidad excepcional y productos diseñados hermosamente para el estilo de vida móvil de hoy.

 

SAMSUNG HW D 551

 

Amplify your listening pleasure with the slim, compact HW-D551 Sound Bar. Difficult room configurations are not a problem–the HW-551 can be mounted on the wall, with the wireless subwoofer placed anywhere in the room to achieve maximum audio impact. Connect to your HDTV, then sit back and enjoy the show, enhanced by 310 watts of 2.1 channel virtual surround sound.

Samsung HW-D551 Sound Bar

The powerful surround sound is delivered with unique “3D audio depth” technology
Wireless Subwoofer

You’ll really feel the sound with the 5.8GHz wireless powered subwoofer, but you won’t see it. Since it’s wireless, you can place it anywhere, even behind furniture or in a corner.

Powerful 2.1-Channel Sound with Unique 3D Audio Depth Technology

The powerful 2.1-channel surround sound is delivered with unique “3D audio depth” technology. The wireless subwoofer supports the low end of the audio spectrum with thundering bass.

Wall Mountable

Are you a fan of minimalist design? Just want to free up space? Maximize your room’s potential and throw out your entertainment stand. With the included wall mount, it’s easy to secure the Samsung HW-D551 to the wall alongside or underneath a wall-mounted HDTV. So you can enjoy an elegant, cleaner living space.

Anynet+

Take all your remotes and condense them into one simplified solution. With Samsung’s Anynet+ you’ll enjoy one-touch control for all your HDMI-connected compatible devices like your Samsung TV, Blu-ray Disc player, AV receiver, and home theater.

Technical Specifications

  • Channels: 2.1
  • Power: 310W (80W x 2 + 150W)
  • Audio Decoders: Dolby Digital, DTS
  • Inputs: 1 analog, 2 digital, 2 HDMI, iPod Dock Cradle (compatible but not included)
  • Outputs: 1 HDMI
  • Dimensions: 41.6″ x 3.2″ x 1.8″
  • Weight: 4.54 lbs

Product Description

The sonic equivalent of immersive 3D picturequality, in a wall-mountable design.With the Samsung HW-551 Audio Bar, 310watts of commanding wireless surround soundis yours, all in a slim wall-mountable design.The powerful 2.1-channel surround sound isdelivered with unique “3D audio depth”technology; the wireless subwoofer supportsthe low end of the audio spectrum withthundering bass. And for those looking tohighlight their living room’s décor, the wallmountabledesign also matches the size ofa 46-inch Samsung TV.

SAMSUNG 65D8000 LEDTV 3D 65″

SAMSUNG 65D8000 LEDTV 3D 65″ FullHD 1920 x 1080p – Real 240Hz – 25.000.000:1 Dynamic Contrast RatioUSD 6.700,00A PEDIDO4 HDMI – 2 USB – Built-in WiFi [CONSULTAR STOCK]

Samsung 65″ 8000 Series 1080p 3D LED HDTV – Model UN65D8000YFXZ

The Samsung UN65D8000 HDTV has a panel as thin as it is expressive. This 1080p LED TV takes images to the edge with an incredible 0.5″ framed border.

Samsung
Feature highlights

  • Progressive features: 240Hz with Clear Motion Rate
  • Inputs: 4 HDMI inputs (best video and audio) / 3 USB / component video / component audio / PC / antenna / ethernet
  • Outputs: optical audio / component audio
  • Audio enhancements: Dolby Digital Plus / SRS TheaterSound HD
  • Built-in speakers: 10W x 2
  • UltraClear panel for natural skin tones, shadow detail, and vibrant color
Samsung 65" 8000 Series 1080p 3D LED HDTV - Model UN65D8000YFXZ

Lifestyle® 135 home entertainment system

Lifestyle® 135 home entertainment system

  • Our best single-speaker system provides onscreen navigation to simplify system setup and everyday use
  • Easily connect and control up to 6 of your HD video and music sources, with video upscaling to 1080p
  • System sound customized to room size, shape and furnishings
  • Wireless Acoustimass® module for low-note performance
  • Dock for iPod® or iPhone®, AM/FM tuner
  • Flexmount™ technology ensures optimal performance whether soundbar is placed on table or mounted on wall

 

Exclusive Bose technologies let you enjoy home theater more easily than ever before. Add your 3D Blu-ray player and other HD components to the system with guided setup and simple, onscreen menus. Watch video

It’s easy to envision our best soundbar speaker with your HDTV. But there’s much more to the Lifestyle® 135 home entertainment system than its slim profile. Exclusive Bose® technologies help control your home theater sources with a level of ease not found in typical 1.1-channel systems. Add your 3D Blu-ray Disc™ player and other HD components to the system with guided setup. And enjoy simple, everyday use with onscreen menus for all your connected sources.

The slim speaker delivers exhilarating home theater audio that convincingly sweeps around your room. That cinematic sound is complemented by a wireless Acoustimass module for resounding low note performance. A control console with AM/FM tuner and dock for your iPod or iPhone round out a complete entertainment system. It’s an elegant, high-performance approach to home theater that fits your style with ease.

The Lifestyle® 135 home entertainment system features TrueSpace® technology and advanced PhaseGuide™ array technologies to deliver sound that’s much wider than the speaker’s physical size. You’ll hear acoustic detail from the left, center and right, all from a single visible speaker that fits right in with your HDTV.

The compact Acoustimass module is easily hidden from view but reproduces noticeable bass performance. The low notes and effects add a level of realism to whatever you watch, and more depth to your favorite music, too. And with the module’s wireless technology, there is no speaker wire running from the soundbar to the module.

Easy to set up. Easy to use.

The Unify® intelligent integration system walks you through system setup, step by step. As you’re connecting components to the control console, the system recommends the best connectors via onscreen messages. It even confirms that the connection was made properly.

Each device is then automatically added to the source menu accessed on your TV screen. No more toggling through video inputs to find the right source. If you add a Blu-ray player, it will be shown as “Blu-ray” in the onscreen menu. This makes it easy and intuitive for anyone to use the Unify system.

Unify technology also simplifies programming your Bose remote to control your Lifestyle® 135 system and most anything attached to it. During setup, the Unify system references an internal database to identify each connected component, and automatically teaches the Bose remote to control it. Plus, you’ll view system information, including iPod and FM/AM status, on the Bose remote’s LCD screen.

Sound designed for your room

Your room is unique. And its size, shape, textures and other elements affect the sound you hear. The ADAPTiQ® system was developed to analyze your room and then adjust the Lifestyle® system’s sound for a consistent, high-quality performance.

This system also sets you up for a second room of sound with built-in Bose® link technology. Add compatible Bose products and distribute the home theater system’s audio to as many as 14 additional areas, even outdoors.

Features

Unify technology guides you through the setup process using easy-to-follow onscreen messages

Unify intelligent integration system uses onscreen navigation to simplify system setup and everyday use. This proprietary technology walks you through setup, showing the right inputs and best connection options, and even verifies you’ve done it correctly. Clear, onscreen menus provide all the information you need for your connected sources.

The ADAPTiQ system customizes home theater surround sound to your room

ADAPTiQ audio calibration system analyzes the way your room’s dimensions and other variables affect sound, then automatically adjusts the sound of your speaker system to the acoustics of your room.

Flexmount automatic placement compensation detects speaker orientation (flat on a table or wall mounted) and adjusts to deliver wide, spacious sound

Flexmount automatic placement compensationautomatically detects the speaker’s orientation—flat on a table, or mounted on a wall—and adjusts the sound to ensure wide, spacious sound.

 

PhaseGuide sound radiators work with TrueSpace technology to direct sound with precision, sending acoustic detail to the left, right and center of your room.

PhaseGuide sound radiators work with TrueSpace technology to direct sound with precision, sending acoustic detail to the left, right and center of your room.

Control console features 4 HDMI connections and 2 HD audio connections, along with built-in AM/FM tuner

Control console with abundant inputs/outputs, including 4 HDMI® connections and 2 HD audio connections. Also features built-in AM/FM tuner.

Wireless Acoustimass module provides deep low notes to complement soundbar speaker sound. Wireless technology eliminates need to connect module to the soundbar

Wireless Acoustimass module produces deep low notes for added home theater realism. A wireless link allows for flexible placement and does away with any speaker cables from the module to the soundbar.

Dock expands music-listening experience. iPod charges while docked and Bose remote controls content.

 Dock for iPod charges your iPod as you listen or whenever docked. Watch your video content on your HDTV and control it with the Bose remote. Compatible with most iPod and iPhone models.

The remote features an LCD screen to simplify management of your entertainment sources

 Bose remote features an LCD screen to simplify management of your entertainment sources. Works on radio frequency to operate through walls and floors.

Bose link technology enables Lifestyle home entertainment systems to deliver music throughout your homeBose link whole-home audio technology lets you connect compatible Bose products to your Lifestyle® home entertainment system for listening in as many as 14 additional rooms—even outdoors.

 3D compatibility ensures you’ll see content as intended with 3D TVs, Blu-ray Disc players, gaming consoles and other 3D sources.

 

The New iPad


Retina Display. See everything like never before.

Four times more pixels than iPad 2. Razor-sharp text. Richer colors. The Retina display transforms the entire iPad experience. So everything looks and feels incredibly lifelike and perfectly detailed.

iPad 2
The best display ever on a mobile device.

Everything you do with iPad, you do through its large, beautiful display. And when the display is better, the entire iPad experience is better. The Retina display on the new iPad features a 2048-by-1536 resolution, 44 percent greater color saturation, and an astounding 3.1 million pixels — in the same 9.7-inch space. That’s four times the number of pixels in iPad 2 and a million more than an HDTV. Those pixels are so close together, your eyes can’t discern individual ones at a normal viewing distance. When you can’t see the pixels, you see the whole picture. Or article. Or game. In ways you never could before.


The new iPad has a million more pixels than an HDTV.

Pixel-perfect performance.

The A5X chip with quad-core graphics drives four times the pixels of iPad 2 yet it delivers the same smoothness and fluidity iPad is known for. Even with all that extra oomph, the new iPad still gets an amazing 10 hours of battery life.

More power on display.

The Retina display on the new iPad wouldn’t be possible without the new and powerful A5X chip. It drives power to every one of the 3.1 million pixels in the display. And its quad-core graphics processing makes everything you do on iPad feel incredibly responsive. From the little things like swiping, scrolling, and pinching to the big things like editing photos in the new iPhoto, applying filters and transitions in iMovie, and, of course, playing games.

Instant on. Touch and go.

You use your iPad all the time. A few minutes here, an hour or so there. And each time you press the Home button or open the Smart Cover, it’s ready to go. Instantly. That’s the work of flash storage. It’s fast and reliable, so you can get to your apps and do whatever you need to do, pronto.

Battery life spared.

The new iPad features a Retina display with four times the pixels of iPad 2 and quad-core graphics. How much of an effect does that have on battery life? Almost none. You still get up to 10 hours of power to read, watch, play, write, and create whatever you want, all you want.1


The iSight camera. Your memories have never been clearer.

The new iPad features Apple’s 5-megapixel iSight camera. Designed with advanced optics, it lets you shoot gorgeous photos and 1080p HD video.

iSight Camera

Shoot 5-megapixel still images.

The 5-megapixel iSight camera features a backside illumination sensor that captures great-looking pictures whether by sunlight or candlelight. Autofocus, tap to focus, and tap to set exposure functions mean every photo you take instantly becomes a frameworthy gem. And with built-in face detection that automatically balances focus and exposure across up to 10 faces, there’s more room for more grins. So everyone look at iPad and say “Cheese.”

HD Video Recording

Record HD video in full 1080p.

Sometimes life takes you by surprise. You’re reading a best seller on your iPad waiting for the morning train when you spy a gifted performer on the platform. Or you’re browsing the web on the couch when your dog trots by wearing your daughter’s tutu. The iSight camera on the new iPad lets you capture all these unpredictable, beautiful, and hilarious moments. In 1080p HD, no less. And with automatic video stabilization, your recording is free of bumps and shakes. Which is a big advantage when you’re laughing uncontrollably.

It’s all in the lenses.

Megapixels matter. But the quality of a photo is determined by other things, too — like the camera’s optics, image signal processor, and software. The iSight camera uses advanced optics to give you the best picture possible. With an ƒ/2.4 aperture and a five-element lens, it captures light efficiently to produce a sharper overall image. And the hybrid infrared filter — typically reserved for expensive SLR cameras — keeps out harmful IR light for more accurate, uniform colors.

The advanced hybrid infrared filter keeps out harmful IR light, so you’ll see more accurate and uniform colors.

The larger ƒ/2.4 aperture lets in more light, so photos look brighter and better.


Ultrafast 4G LTE. Full speed ahead.

Built with the latest in wireless technology, the new iPad lets you connect to fast data networks around the world — up to 4G LTE.2

World ready. And very well connected.

You use your iPad a lot, so you want it with you wherever you go. The new iPad offers the most comprehensive support for networks around the world. It’s designed with cellular antennas that access a larger frequency spectrum. That means you can get online almost anywhere you are — whether you’re on AT&T or Verizon. You can even pop in a local SIM card to get a connection when you’re traveling.

Really really fast is your only option.

The new iPad supports fast cellular networks the world over — including 4G LTE networks in the U.S. and Canada.2 So you can browse the web, stream content, or download a movie at blazing-fast speeds. It also works on GSM/UMTS worldwide network technologies including HSPA, HSPA+, and DC-HSDPA — the fastest 3G networks out there. You’ll see downlink speeds up to 42 Mbps with DC-HSDPA and up to 21.1 Mbps with HSPA+.3

iPad as a personal hotspot.

Now for the first time, you can share the high-speed data connection on your iPad. If your carrier supports it, iPad can act as a personal hotspot for connecting up to five devices — such as a MacBook Air, an iPod touch, or another iPad — over Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or USB.


The world’s most advanced mobile operating system.

iOS is the magic behind iPad. It lets you see and do everything using Multi-Touch. It includes all the powerful, innovative, and fun built-in apps you use every day, many times a day. It’s the preferred choice for app developers. And it’s yet another reason no other device comes close to iPad. Learn more about iOS


iCloud.

Your content.
On all your devices.

iCloud stores your music, photos, apps, mail, contacts, calendars, documents, and more and wirelessly pushes them to all your devices.4 So if you buy a song, take a photo, or edit a calendar event on your iPad, iCloud makes sure it appears on your Mac, iPhone, and iPod touch, too. You don’t have to do a thing.Learn more about iCloud


Dictation

Talking is the new typing.

Write an email. Send a text. Search the web. Or create a note. And do it all with only your voice. Instead of typing, tap the microphone icon on the keyboard. Then say what you want to say while your iPad listens. Tap Done and, just like that, your spoken words become written words. Dictation also works with third-party apps, so you can do things like update your Facebook status or share a thought on your Twitter feed.


App Store. Something for everyone. And everything.

Apps for iPad aren’t like anything else. That’s because every app — 200,000 and counting — is designed to work with iPad features like the beautiful 9.7-inch screen, Multi-Touch, the accelerometer, the gyroscope, and more. Learn more about apps for iPad

Over 200,000 apps to choose from.
The App Store is home to over 200,000 apps and counting — all made just for iPad. And many of them are free. You buy apps from the App Store using the same Apple ID you use to buy music from iTunes. Find an app you like, tap to buy it, and it starts downloading instantly. iPad lets you know when updates are available, so your apps are always current.

Apps made just for iPad.

An app that’s made for iPad is genuinely made for iPad. That means it’s specifically designed to take advantage of the way iPad works. Need proof? Check out Apple’s beautiful iPhoto app on the new iPad. It’s just one of thousands of apps that let you do things with iPad you never thought possible. With iPhoto in the picture, the iLife family of apps for iPad — including GarageBand andiMovie — is complete.5

iPad Smart Cover. Designed for iPad. And vice versa.

More than a way to protect iPad from dust and scratches, the iPad Smart Cover can wake and sleep iPad with a simple open and close. It even folds back and instantly turns into a handy little stand.

Click and drag

A cover with magnetic appeal.

What a smart pair. iPad and the iPad Smart Cover, that is.6 Smart magnetic technology built into each one really pulls them together. The iPad Smart Cover snaps perfectly into place to protect your iPad screen. Open the Smart Cover and your iPad wakes up. Close it and your iPad goes to sleep. Fold the Smart Cover and it becomes a stand. It’s all just so, well, smart.

AirPlay. Play content from your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch on your HDTV.

Whether it’s the new album you bought, photos of your Barcelona escapade, or an HD movie,
AirPlay lets you stream what’s on your iPad straight to your speakers and HDTV.

All the great stuff on your iPad — your music, photos, and videos — can stream wirelessly to your HDTV and speakers via Apple TV7 or to AirPlay-enabled speakers over a Wi-Fi network. With just a tap on the AirPlay icon, you can rock the house with your favorite album, have a movie night, or show off some photos. And go big. Learn more about AirPlay

New iPad Special Edition

What a week for Apple news. Last Wednesday, after much speculation and last-minute predictions, Apple officially took the wraps off its new iPad, simply called, well, the new iPad. Debates on the name aside, the new device sounds like a great achievement for the company: in the same design of the iPad with only minimum weight and thickness added (to allow for a battery with more capacity), the new iPad adds a Retina display, 4G LTE networking, Bluetooth 4.0, a quad-core CPU, A5X processor — all while keeping the same price. Make sure to read all the details in our new iPad overview and keynote roundup.

It has been a crazy week filled with news, hands-on impressions, and editorials, and it deserved a proper Special Edition of our Reading List. Grab your favorite read later app or browser of choice, and follow us along after the break as we collect the best links and articles about the new iPad.

Ryan Block shares his first impressions of the new iPad.

The brightness, color, and richness were all great. I’m reasonably sure they brought the display closer to the glass like they did with the iPhone 4/4S Retina Display, but I’m not willing to commit that to the record. The resolution is what brings it home though. Let me put it this way: when I pulled up a nice, high resolution photograph on the iPad 3rd-gen, I genuinely could not tell the difference between what I was seeing onscreen, and a nice, beautifully shot, well-printed, glossy photograph. It was seriously to that level.

It’s the best display I’ve ever seen. Anywhere, period. And it makes a meaningful difference to the experience — it’s not just a spec.

iPad 3rd-gen first impressions, Ryan Block (@ryan)

MG Siegler got a chance to play with a new iPad as well.

It’s one of those things where it may be a little hard to tell at first because the images on the screen are the same. But when you look closer, you get it. And you’ll never be able to use a non-Retina iPad again. The new iPad display makes everything look like a printed photograph. By comparison, the old iPad display makes everything look as if I’ve taken my glasses off. Blurry.

iPad, MG Siegler (@parislemon)

Jacqui Cheng explains the life of an Apple event liveblogger.

Do you ever find yourself wondering about the glamorous life of an Apple liveblogger? Do you imagine yourself as me, jet-setting across the country to bask in Apple CEO Tim Cook’s presence while he presents the next product in Apple’s lineup: a time traveling iPad that acts as a particle reactor on the side and can make your coffee in the morning?

If so, you’re in luck (and if not, you’re uh, not in luck). The number of requests I receive from Ars readers and Twitter followers about what my daily life is like when I go to San Francisco has increased steadily over the years, so I made an attempt to document my activities as I traveled to cover the March 7 Apple event in which the company unveiled its third-generation iPad and Apple TV. So if your curiosity has been getting the better of you, have a seat and prepare yourself for a day (or three) in the life of yours truly when I’m covering Apple events.

– A day in the life of an Apple event liveblogger, Jacqui Cheng (@ejacqui)

Phil Plait does the math behind the new iPad’s Retina display.

If you do happen to have perfect eyes, under ideal circumstances you’ll probably be able to see the pixellation in the screen, but it won’t be that big a deal, I’d wager — and if you hold the iPad 3 about 18 inches from your face, the pixels are too small to see in any case. So, for the majority of people, the claim of a “retina display” is probably accurate.

I’ll note, though, that the iPad 3 pixels are larger than those for the iPhone 4. But that’s OK; I tend to hold the iPhone a little closer to my eyes than I do the iPad. In either case, I’m unlikely to see the pixels.

Eyeballing the iPad 3 retina display, Phil Plait (@BadAstronomer)

Glenn Fleishman explains the new iPad’s LTE networking and what it means for the end user.

Apple has future-proofed the latest iPad by adopting 4G. Honestly, I’m a bit surprised that Apple would take the hit in terms of battery, weight, and size in order to put LTE chips in their devices at this early stage of LTE development. But by keeping the price the same as the iPad 2, and improving performance and the display, along with adding support for the fastest 3G flavors and current 4G technology, I don’t think anyone will be feeling buyer’s remorse.

– What LTE means for Apple’s new iPad, Glenn Fleishman (@glennf)

Rene Ritchie makes some good points about the things Apple didn’t announce at its keynote.

Either way, it’s more than the iPod touch got. The iPod touch now the only iOS device that hasn’t received an update to the latest generation hardware specs, and the iOS device that’s gone the longest ever without receiving an update — since fall of 2010. Once positioned as a gaming platform, it briefly enjoyed a processor that out-clocked even the iPhone. Now two generations behind when it comes to internal architecture, stuck on the A4 to the iPhone 4S’ A5 and the new iPad’s A5X, it’s hard to see where it fits in Apple’s plans beyond “cheapest gateway to the App Store”. Starting at $199, it’s competitive with budget tablets, even if half the size, so maybe that’s enough for now.

– The new iPad and the new Apple, Rene Ritchie (@reneritchie)

After the keynote, many people’s question has been: what does quad-core in the new iPad’s GPU exactly mean?

When Apple announced the New iPad, the part about the Apple A5X chip has created a lot of confusion, hype, joy and sometime sheer anger: first, many now believe that the new iPad is a Quad-Core tablet and secondly, Apple claims that the A5X graphics unit is 4X faster than NVIDIA’s Tegra 3, which is currently (one of) the fastest chips for Android devices and Windows 8 tablets. Tegra 3 is also the first mobile quad-core chip. Because Apple has used the term Quad-Core in an unusual context (graphics unit), it leaves a lot of users confused about what Quad-Core means. Coincidentally, this was exactly what Apple needed, from a PR/Marketing standpoint. To make a long story short: the Apple A5X is NOT a quad-core processor, but let’s take a closer look…

– Apple A5X and the great quad-core confusion, explained, Hubert Nguyen (@hubertnguyen)

Shawn Blanc has some interesting thoughts about the new iPad.

What is Condé Nast going to do with their magazine apps? Their current issues (which use images even for text) are going to look horrible on the Retina display and if they start making their files 4x bigger then the downloads will get even more ridiculous — growing into the ballpark of an 800 MB file. At that size, after few back issues of The New Yorker and Wired your iPad’s storage will be maxed out.

– Thoughts and Observations Regarding Yesterday’s iPad Event, Shawn Blanc (@shawnblanc)

Matt Alexander thinks the new iPad keynote confirmed Apple is well-prepared for 2012.

Perhaps the most subtle but important theme is the increased importance of interconnection between iOS devices. Whether it’s Garageband’s newfound interconnectivity with other iPads or iPhoto’s new ‘Beam’ feature, Apple appears to have a renewed focus – beyond AirPlay – to foster a harmonious and connected world of iOS devices.

– A Critical Reading Of Yesterday’s Apple Event, Matt Alexander (@mattalexand)

Not a good week to be an Apple competitor, says Farhad Manjoo at Slate.

It’s been two years since Apple’s tablet went on sale. Rivals have released dozens of alternatives, but the iPad still represents more than 60 percent of market share. Worse, the rest of the market is dominated by two devices that are being sold at a loss—Amazon’s Kindle Fire and Barnes & Noble’s Nook. At yesterday’s launch event, Apple did everything it needed to do to repeat the iPod story. First, the iPad’s new “Retina” display and 4G networking will improve the device just enough to make it difficult to match, let alone beat. More importantly, Cook expanded his product lineup and lowered his prices. The new iPad starts at $499, as the iPad 2 originally did, but the older version is now selling for $399. See how this shaping up? The iPad market is looking more and more like a sequel to what happened with the iPod. Like most sequels, this one will be bigger and way scarier for everyone involved.

The iPad Is Unbeatable, Farhad Manjoo (@fmanjoo)

Ars Technica details the new H.264 compression that Apple is using in 1080p content, now available on iTunes.

The reason that the 1080p versions of the iTunes Store videos can be a good deal better without doubling the file size—or worse—can be found in the tech specs of the new AppleTV and the new iPad. The AppleTV now supports H.264 compression for 1920×1080 resolution video at 30 frames per second using High or Main Profile up to level 4.0, the iPad and the iPhone 4S the same up to level 4.1. The profile indicates what kind of decompression algorithms the H.264 decoder has on board—the “High” profile obviously has some tricks up its sleeve that the “Main” or “Baseline” profiles known to previous devices don’t support. The level value indicates how many blocks or bits per second a device can handle.

– iTunes 1080p video looks better, saves space using better H.264 compression, Iljitsch van Beijnum (@iljitsch)

Speaking of imagery on high-resolution displays, Jack Moffett thinks skeuomorphism in Apple’s interfaces can actually be a good thing.

But I would suggest that skeuomorphism isn’t as bad as many make it out to be. Compare the Notes app on the iPhone with its Metro cousin. There is no mistaking what the app is for on the iPhone. The color of the background, the rules, and the leather bar across the top all scream “notepad!” The only thing to visually distinguish the notes application from any other in Metro is the name. There is a lot to be said for visual identity, familiarity, and personality. No, faux leather trim isn’t going to help me find my friends, and I don’t need wooden shelves to understand that I am looking at a library of books, but I’ll be damned if I’m going to spend the rest of my life looking at identical, sterile user interfaces, regardless of task and context. Leather is an aesthetic choice, and certainly it will appeal to some and not to others. It’s an awfully popular choice for high-end car interiors, so why not virtual dashboards? Fashion is going to influence interaction design just as it does anything else. Apple has been one of the drivers of fashion in the computer and consumer electronics industries since the introduction of Bondi Blue. We went through brushed metal; now it’s linen and leather. Next year it will be something else.

– Hypocriticalmorphism, Jack Moffett (@jackmoffett)

Thomas Brand shares a funny story that took place when he was a Genius.

When I was a Mac Genius, and the Genius Bar was new, a red phone with a direct line to Cupertino used to sit behind the bar. The phone didn’t call anyone important, but it did get you AppleCare Tier 2 support if you got stumped by a customer’s question or needed to ask a inquiry of your own. I never picked up the red phone to ask a technical question, that’s what the internet is for, but I did use it a couple of times to ask procedural questions on pending repairs. Most of these questions could have been answered by email, but when a customer visits the store because their mail-in repair is missing, or they were offered a deal by executive relations1 the quickest answer is sometimes the phone behind you.

– My Favorite Tech Support Story, Thomas Brand (@thomasbrand)

Michael French offers a different point of view on the Game Developers Conference. It’s about new, open platforms.

Historically, the driving question of GDC keynotes wasn’t “what are you making?”, it was “what are you making for us?”.

And that was the case right up until last year, when Satoru Iwata took to the stage to defend high-quality high-priced games for his then exuberantly overpriced 3DS… Only to have the late Steve Jobs roll up next door, whip out the IPad 2 and celebrate how three years of 69p apps meant developers had earned billions in revenue between them.

GDC and the death of the gods, Michael French (@michael_french)

Josh Clark provides a detailed overview on the issues (and exciting times ahead) with designing for the new iPad’s Retina display.

As everyone in the world knows by now, Apple bumped the iPad’s screen to retina-display density, quadrupling the number of pixels to a whopping 3.1 million. That’s fantastic news for iPad owners—the display will be gorgeous—but it also means more headaches for designers and a potential blight on your bandwidth bill and download speed.

In bandwidth terms, pixels are heavy, and four times the pixels means four times the image size for bitmap images, give or take. If you want to take advantage of this gorgeous screen, every image you push down the wire is about to put on a ton of weight. That has implications in lots of places.

Samsung Galaxy Note – No te lo pierdas!

Samsung Galaxy Note – No te lo pierdas! http://ow.ly/9zAcA

32D4000 32″ LED TV 1366 x 768, Clear Motion Rate 60 Potencia sonido 10W x2, HDMI x4 OFERTA

Características

Imágenes a todo detalle y color

Imágenes a todo detalle y color

Disfrutá de una calidad de imagen sin precedentes. El motor HyperReal y la luz de fondo LED mejoran la imagen y optimizan el rendimiento para obtener imágenes cristalinas en Full HD. Junto con la tecnología Wide Colour Enhancer Plus, que emplea complejos algoritmos para ofrecer colores más reales, obtendrás imágenes con tonos y colores nunca vistos.

Dimensiones de UN32D4000N

Lo último en entretenimiento

Su gran conectividad te permite disfrutar de todo tu contenido digital e interactuar con un único dispositivo. Con AllShare vas a poder conectar tu televisión inalámbricamente a todos tus dispositivos digitales compatibles y podrás reproducir toda la música, películas y fotos que tengas almacenadas. El software AllShare PC también está disponible para descarga y asegura que el contenido de tu computadora se pueda buscar, almacenar y reproducir en tu televisor. Sus entradas HDMI te permiten conectar hasta cuatro dispositivos, ofreciéndote muchas más posibilidades de ver y compartir. Especificaciones para vivir una auténtica experiencia de cine, la función Cinema Black ajusta automáticamente la iluminación con un efecto apaisado. Y para tu total comodidad, Anynet+ concentra todas las funciones de tus mandos en un único mando a distancia.

Series

  • Serie 4

Audio

  • Salida de sonido 10 W x 2 (RMS)
  • Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Pulse
  • DTS 2.0 + Salida digital
  • SRS TheaterSound

Entradas y Salidas (posterior)

Lo último en entretenimiento

  • HDMI x 4

Video

  • Tamaño de pantalla de 32″
  • Resolución 1366 x 768
  • HyperReal Engine
  • 60 Clear Motion Rate

Funciones generales

  • Imagen dentro de imagen (1 sintonizador PIP)
  • Apagado automático disponible
  • Reloj y temporizador de encendido / apagado disponibles
  • Búsqueda automática de canales disponible
  • Apagado automático disponible
  • Nivelador automático de volumen disponible

MacBook Air Para la cartera de la dama o el bolsillo del caballero

Un portátil del que puedes esperarlo todo. Excepto que pese.

Con procesadores Core i5 e i7 de Intel de última generación,
tecnología Thunderbolt de E/S ultrarrápida y almacenamiento 100% flash,
el MacBook Air no anda precisamente flaco de prestaciones.

Procesadores Core i5 e i7 de Intel.Una potencia que no debe tomarse a la ligera.

Tanto el MacBook Air de 11 pulgadas como el de 13 incluyen los procesadores de última generación Core i5 y Core i7 de Intel. El nuevo MacBook Air, con una memoria más rápida
y velocidades de hasta 1,8 GHz, ofrece prácticamente el doble de rendimiento que la generación anterior.1 También incorpora el procesador gráfico HD Graphics 3000 de Intel, con un motor integrado para codificar y descodificar vídeo. De esta forma, las videollamadas FaceTime y las reproducciones de vídeo son más dinámicas y realistas.2

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E/S Thunderbolt.Transmisión de datos
a la velocidad del rayo.

Con un solo puerto, el MacBook Air te permite acceder a todo un mundo de periféricos de alta velocidad que transfieren datos hasta
12 veces más rápido que con FireWire 800,
y hasta 20 veces más que con USB 2.0. También puedes usar el puerto Thunderboltpara conectar el nuevo y espectacular monitorApple Thunderbolt Display y transformar tu compacto MacBook Air en todo un ordenador de escritorio. No solo te ofrece 4 millones de píxeles, sino también un puerto Gigabit Ethernet, un puerto FireWire 800, un puerto Thunderbolt adicional, tres puertos USB, una cámara FaceTime HD, sonido estéreo 2.1 y un micrófono integrado. El monitor también carga tu MacBook Air, así que ni siquiera tienes que sacar el adaptador de corriente. Con sus dos veloces conexiones —el adaptador de corriente MagSafe y el cable Thunderbolt— puedes ponerte manos a la obra en segundos. Y con solo desconectarlos, estás listo para irte.

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Almacenamiento 100% flash.Respuesta increíblemente inmediata.

El iPhone y el iPad ya han demostrado las ventajas del almacenamiento flash: estabilidad, velocidad
y eficacia. Utilizar este tipo de almacenamiento en un portátil ultracompacto como el MacBook Air tenía todo el sentido del mundo. Con la tecnología flash, tu ordenador arranca en tiempo récord y lee los datos rápidamente. Además, te permite tener el MacBook Air en reposo hasta 30 días.3 Se activará al instante si lo abres mañana, la semana que viene o incluso en un mes.

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Teclado retroiluminado.Donde pones el ojo pones la letra.

A pesar de su compacto diseño, el MacBook Air tiene un teclado de tamaño estándar para que escribas con total comodidad. Además está retroiluminado, por lo que puedes teclear incluso con poca luz. El sensor de luz ambiental detecta cualquier cambio y ajusta automáticamente el brillo de la pantalla y del teclado a las condiciones de iluminación. Así tendrás siempre la iluminación perfecta, ya estés en una terraza a plena luz del día o en un vuelo nocturno.

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Trackpad Multi-Touch.Mano a mano con OS X Lion.

Con los gestos Multi-Touch de OS X Lion, todo lo que haces en tu MacBook Air es más intuitivo y directo. Además, el trackpad Multi-Touch se ha diseñado para que tengas espacio de sobra, ya sea al deslizar tres dedos para activar Mission Control o al pellizcar con cuatro dedos para ver todas tus apps en el Launchpad. En Lion los gestos fluyen con naturalidad, desde desplazarte arriba y abajo por una web hasta cambiar de una app a pantalla completa a otra: es como tocar lo que ves.

Haz clic

Pulsa en cualquier parte para hacer clic. O toca el trackpad si activaste la opción de pulsar para hacer clic.

Haz doble clic

Pulsa dos veces donde quieras. O toca dos veces el trackpad si
activaste la opción de pulsar para hacer clic.

Toca para
hacer zoom

Toca dos veces el trackpad con dos dedos para ampliar una página web o PDF.

Desplázate
con dos dedos

Desliza dos dedos arriba o abajo en el trackpad para recorrer archivos, webs, etc.

Desliza para navegar

Recorre páginas web, documentos y mucho más, igual que si pasaras las páginas de un libro.

Mission Control

Desliza los dedos hacia arriba en el trackpad para ver todo lo que está abierto en tu Mac.

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Pantalla, cámara y altavoces.Impresionante en todos los sentidos.

Haz videollamadas FaceTime desde tu MacBook Air a un iPhone 4, iPad 2, iPod touch u otro Mac con FaceTime para Mac.

Pantalla de alta resolución.
Millones de píxeles
en cuestión de milímetros.

La pantalla del MacBook Air presenta un diseño e ingeniería increíbles. Solo tiene 4,86 mm de grosor, pero su resolución es tan alta que te parecerá estar ante una pantalla mucho mayor. Y con razón: el MacBook Air de 11 pulgadas ofrece la misma resolución que un portátil de 13 pulgadas convencional, y el MacBook Air de 13 pulgadas tiene una resolución equivalente a la de cualquier portátil de 15 pulgadas.

Cámara FaceTime.
Sonríe y llegarás a todo el mundo.

La pantalla plana del MacBook Air esconde algo grande: la cámara FaceTime. No te darás ni cuenta de que está ahí, y es que es muy pequeña (más incluso que la del iPhone 4). Eso sí, está totalmente equipada. Usa la app FaceTime para Mac y haz videollamadas con cualquier usuario de Mac, iPad 2, iPhone 4 o el último iPod touch.2

Altavoces estéreo.
Sonido nunca visto.

El nuevo MacBook Air ofrece sonido estéreo a pesar de ser tan compacto. Como se ha diseñado prestando atención al espacio dentro de la carcasa, incluye un altavoz izquierdo y otro derecho que emiten el sonido a través del teclado. Ya puedes disfrutar de un sonido genial mientras chateas por Internet, ves vídeos, escuchas música o juegas.

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Batería de larga duración.Espera un momento. O un mes.

Gracias al almacenamiento flash, ahora hay sitio para una batería más grande, así que ya puedes pasar más tiempo haciendo lo que te apetezca: navegar por Internet, editar fotos, ver vídeos… Disfruta de hasta cinco horas de autonomía con una sola carga en el modelo de 11 pulgadas, y de hasta siete horas en el modelo de 13. Pon el MacBook Air en modo reposo y tendrás batería hasta 30 días.3 Cuando vuelvas a abrirlo se activará al momento.

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Conectividad.Ya te puedes ir.

La auténtica movilidad llega cuando te liberas de los cables. Por eso el MacBook Air incluye tecnologías Wi-Fi 802.11n y Bluetooth 4.0. La conectividad inalámbrica te permite navegar por Internet, enviar emails e imprimir documentos estés donde estés.4 El MacBook Air no pesa casi nada, para que puedas ir de una habitación a otra y seguir conectado. La tecnología inalámbrica también te permite descargar apps del Mac App Store en cualquier momento con unos simples clics, así que ya no tendrás que ir a la tienda a comprar discos con programas. Y, por supuesto, olvídate de tener montañas de CD y DVD: las apps se descargan directamente al Mac. Además, si te quieres quedar fijo en un sitio, el MacBook Air también te lo pone fácil: dos puertos USB 2.0, una ranura para tarjetas SD (en el modelo de 13 pulgadas), una toma para auriculares… posibilidades no te van a faltar. Por último, el puerto Thunderbolt te permite conectar el nuevo monitor Apple Thunderbolt Display y periféricos Thunderbolt de alta velocidad, como discos duros externos.

MacMini MC816E/A – Español

Enormemente cualificado.

El nuevo Mac mini incluye los procesadores más modernos, gráficos avanzados,

Thunderbolt y un montón de puertos.

 

Procesadores hasta el doble de rápidos.Todo a toda máquina.

El Mac mini trae de serie los nuevos procesadores Core i5 de Intel de doble núcleo. Elige el Core i5 de Intel de doble núcleo a 2,3 GHz o a 2,5 GHz, o configura un Mac mini aún más rápido con un Core i7 a 2,7 GHz. Con un rendimiento que duplica a su predecesor, el Mac mini se pone a la altura de ordenadores mucho más grandes.1

Cuando trabajas con aplicaciones exigentes, Turbo Boost 2.0 aumenta la frecuencia de reloj a 3,4 GHz. Hyper-Threading ejecuta dos hilos en cada núcleo, así que la multitarea de OS X es aún más eficiente. Y un controlador interno de memoria conecta la memoria de 1.333 MHz al procesador para que trabaje directamente con tus datos. Sin duda, el Mac mini es todo un cerebrito.

Cinebench
Renderizado multiprocesador
x 2,1
ModoRenderizado en 3D
x 2
MathematicaMathematicaMark8
x 1,8
ApertureTareas cotidianas
x 1,8
Referencia

Gráficos hasta el doble de rápidos.Prohibido pestañear.

El Mac mini a 2,5 GHz incorpora un procesador gráfico Radeon HD de AMD con 256 MB de memoria GDDR5. Así, te da el doble de potencia en aplicaciones de gran intensidad gráfica y mayor capacidad de respuesta en videojuegos.2 El procesador HD Graphics de Intel del Mac mini a 2,3 GHz te ofrece la potencia que necesitas para tareas cotidianas como la edición de fotografía y vídeo.

Thunderbolt.
La tecnología más versátil y rápida de E/S, en talla XS.

La nueva tecnología Thunderbolt en el Mac mini es todo un ejemplo de velocidad. Ofrece dos canales para la transmisión de datos a 10 Gb/s: es hasta 20 veces más rápida que USB 2.0 y hasta 12 veces más rápida que FireWire. Pero además, esta tecnología ofrece unas posibilidades de ampliación nunca vistas. Te permite conectar en cadena hasta seis periféricos Thunderbolt, incluido el monitor Apple Thunderbolt Display. Y como Thunderbolt se basa en la tecnología DisplayPort, también puedes conectar dispositivos Mini DisplayPort.

Puertos, Wi-Fi y Bluetooth. Estás muy bien conectado.

Lleno de puertos la mar de útiles.

Con la tecnología Thunderbolt puedes conectar hasta seis dispositivos Thunderbolt, incluido el nuevo y espectacular monitor Apple Thunderbolt Display. También puedes conectar un Apple LED Cinema Display en cadena. Y si tienes un monitor de otro fabricante, conéctalo al puerto HDMI del Mac mini con el adaptador de HDMI a DVI. Puestos a conectar, puedes hasta conectar dos monitores para ver mejor tus fotografías, vídeos y archivos.

Transfiere todos los vídeos y las fotos de tu cámara mediante la ranura para tarjetas SDXC, y utiliza el puerto FireWire 800 o los cuatro USB 2.0 para conectar tu teclado, ratón, iPod, iPhone, iPad, cámara digital, videocámara DV, disco duro externo, impresora o cualquier otro periférico que ya tengas.

Wi-Fi y Bluetooth.

La tecnología inalámbrica 802.11n está integrada en todos los Mac mini.3Aprovéchala para conectarte a tu red Wi-Fi automáticamente y navegar por Internet, imprimir o reproducir tu música en streaming sin un solo cable. La tecnología Bluetooth también viene integrada, así que puedes conectar accesorios como teclados y ratones inalámbricos.

Usa tu propio teclado, monitor, ratón y televisor HD.Se entenderán enseguida.

Aquí se aprovecha todo.

Conecta el monitor, teclado y ratón que quieras, enciende el Mac mini, y listo: todo funciona desde el primer minuto. Esa es una de las ventajas del Mac mini, que lo puedes combinar con casi cualquier cosa.

No se encoge ante ninguna pantalla.

Conectar el Mac mini a tu televisor HD es muy fácil gracias al puerto HDMI integrado. Para disfrutar de las películas de iTunes, navegar por Internet y recorrer tu fototeca en alta definición, solo necesitas un cable HDMI. También dispones de un cómodo mando que te permite ajustar fácilmente la salida del Mac mini para aprovechar hasta la última pulgada de tu televisor, por grande que sea. Y cuando simplemente te apetezca escuchar música, haz que suene toda tu colección de iTunes a través de tu sistema de cine en casa o de un equipo de sonido en cualquier habitación, con la ayuda de la estación base AirPort Express.

Almacenamiento y memoria.Hazlo tan grande
como quieras.

Empieza con 500 GB. Y suma y sigue.

El Mac mini tiene un disco duro de 500 GB o uno opcional de 750 GB,4 así que puedes llenarlo de fotos, películas, música, documentos, etc. Y si al Mac mini a 2,5 GHz le añades una unidad de estado sólido de 256 GB, aumentará la capacidad de respuesta, arrancará más rápido y las aplicaciones se abrirán al instante. ¿Sigues grabando discos? La SuperDrive externa del MacBook Air con USB lo soluciona por 75 €.

Añade memoria en un momento.

El nuevo Mac mini incluye memoria DDR3 de 2 o 4 GB a 1.333 MHz. Y es muy fácil ampliarla mediante el panel extraíble de la parte inferior: desenrosca, introduce la memoria y cierra.