Point of View, the Dutch company known more for its NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards, unveiled the Mobii 945. This tablet features a couple of curious similarities to iPad with Retina display: the same screen size (9.7-inch) and the same resolution (2048 x 1536).
USB VGA maker DisplayLink announced that its ubiquitous docks that add loads of connectivity to skinny Ultrabooks, now supports Microsoft's Surface Pro, by releasing supporting driver software for the tablet. DisplayLink docks add multiple display and peripheral ports.
Japanese display maker Iiyama announced a budget 27-inch monitor featuring 1080p resolution and a pivot+swivel stand letting you quicly switch between portrait and landscape, the ProLite B2776HDS-2. Among its strong points is the blazing fast 1 ms response time.
A little over a month after its release date, Hisense Pulse Android TV set-top box started selling at its promised price of US $99.99 on Amazon. The Pulse combines a conventional ARM-driven Android system with Google TV, and a feature-rich remote control.
EFUN launched the Nextbook Premium 7SE-GP, and entry-level 7-inch tablet priced under $100, loaded with Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich," Amlogic A9 1 GHz SoC, and 1 GB of RAM. Despite its low price, the tablet appears to pack a formidable connectivity and feature set.
For those wo spent a mini-fortune on large flatscreens that feature HDMI, but aren't "smart" enough, Point of View has a solution, the HDMI SmartTV dongle. Plugging it in gives your TV the "smartness" of Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean," a wealth of content, and Google Play.