Friday, 30 December 2011

The Tops of 2011 - V

Asus Eee Pad tranformer

Although it does not the headlines, the Eee Pad Transformer is one of the best-selling shelves in 2011. Asus reportedly sold 400,000 pieces this year, according to Digitimes. This is the concept of transformation that appeals. Mid-shelf and mid-netbook, it can turn into a computer through its keyboard dock on which it is attached. Android running, it displays a definition of 1280 x 800 pixels or better than the iPad for the same diagonal. Inside is a two Tegra processor that drives the machine. In the end, it was worth 370 euros today for the 16 GB version with keyboard, against 489 euros for an iPad 2.

Nintendo 3DS

Released in April, the 3DS was promised to an ideal future. Successor of the best-selling console of all time, the DS, she had regained the principle with a double screen and licenses such as legendary Mario or Zelda. But two spots came tarnish this idyllic picture: a 3D screen and energy-especially an introductory price of 250 euros, much too high. It was not until the summer of 2011 for Nintendo finally agreed to lower prices, although rapidly elsewhere. At 150 euros for the Big N. laptop finally sells like hotcakes. Logic, it is even cheaper than the DSi.

 iPhone 4S

Apple has already amply demonstrated its expertise in smartphones, but also about marketing and its ability to sell a new product. In October, all indications are that Apple will introduce a new phone during the keynote in the making. Many expected an iPhone 5, and it is finally an iPhone 4S to be announced, causing at first a disappointment among fans. Yet it is indeed the best product launch, in terms of sales ever made by Apple. He has broken the record of pre-orders in 24 hours in the U.S., reaching one million. The four million units sold will be met only a few days later.

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