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  • Editing Team 18:08 on January 10, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    Part of NFC Products Shown at CES 2014 

    Lenovo

    http://www.rfid-blog.com/?p=2725

    Sony

    http://www.rfid-blog.com/?p=2731

    Panasonic

    http://www.rfid-blog.com/?p=2728

    Samsung

    ■WB35F, WB50F, WB350F, WB1100F and WB2200F Cameras: All of the five smart cameras support NFC and Wi-Fi.

    ■NX30 Camera: The new camera centers around an NFC-based “Tag & Go” sharing feature which allows to share files to four devices at the same time.

    ■Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 Tablet: The flagship Android-based tablet supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and MHL.

    LG

    ■PD239 Printer: The pocket-sized printer is equipped with NFC and Bluetooth and allows compatible mobile devices to print 5.1×7.6cm (2x3inch) photos.

    ■TurboWash™ Range Washers: These washers are equipped with NFC technology and can pair with other compatible household appliances or mobile devices, providing a smart household appliance solution.

    Asus

    ■M70: World’s first NFC-enabled desktop computer

    Huawei

    ■Ascend Mate 24G Smartphone: The smartphone features a 6.1-inch 720p IPS panel, 4050mAh battery, 5 megapixels on the front and 13 megapixels f/2.0 on the back, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, microSD expansion of up to 64GB, plus Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC.

    ■MEMO Smart Router

    Nokia

    ■Lumia 2520 Tablet: The tablet features Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, Windows 8.1 RT operating system, 2 megapixels on the front and 67 megapixels on the back, Wi-Fi and NFC.

    Canon

    ■PowerShot N100 and PowerShot SX600HS Cameras

    ■IXUS 265HS Camera

    Microlab

    ■MD312 NFC-enabled Bluetooth Headphone

    Coolpad

    ■8970L Smartphone

    Meizu:

    ■MX3 Smartphone

    Hisense

    ■H8c Series Televisions

    ■H9 3D Series Televisions

     
  • Editing Team 15:28 on December 28, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    2013 CES News: LG Puts NFC into Its AV Lineup 

    2013-CES-LG-NFC-AV-speaker-player-rfid-blog

    As the 2013 CES is coming soon, LG is now busy introducing its products, and the next stop is its AV catalog.

    The running theme this year is NFC: both the BH9430PW 9.1-channel home theater and the BP730 Blu-ray player have the short-range wireless technology built in, to simplify mirroring content from your Optimus G (and, most likely, other NFC phones).

    The surround system also packs an iPod dock and a Private Audio Mode that funnels sound to a nearby smartphone when a quiet house is needed.

    Beyond these two devices, LG promises the Bluetooth-equipped, 310W NB4530A sound bar, a ND8630 speaker dock with both Android and iOS support (including AirPlay and Bluetooth) and an NP6630 portable speaker that stuffs AirPlay, Bluetooth and NFC into its frame.

    We’ll know more at CES next month.

     
  • Editing Team 07:26 on September 19, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    LG Debuts Pocket Photo Printer, Using NFC Technology 

    LG-Pocket-Photo-Printer-NFC-rfid-blogFor those who want the ability to print photos while on the go, here’s the good news: LG has rolled out a new highly portable printing device — the LG Pocket Photo.

    As the name has suggested, it could fit into your pocket. It is one of the world’s smallest photo printers out there on the market, with a thickness of just 0.94 inches and a weight of 0.47 pounds.

    Photos taken can be sent to the Pocket Photo via NFC, Bluetooth or USB. The app will also allow users to edit the photos, applying filters, messages and even QR codes.

    The device will be able to print 2×3-inch photos, utilizing Z-ink (Zero ink) printing technology, which uses special photo paper where the colors are already applied and are simply heated up and formed when you print an image, thus discarding the need for conventional ink cartridges.

    Unfortunately the device is only expected to debut in Korea. The price will be around $169.

     
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