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Onkyo iLunar RBX500 Dock Speaker

Most of the portable dock speakers available today are designed to work well with smartphones as a combined unit. But in order to function well, both need to have compatible features to compensate for what the other may not have. Since smartphones are not built for creating louder audio, the speaker docks like the new Onkyo iLunar RBX500 compensates for it. In the case of the Onkyo iLunar RBX500, it does not just provide louder audio power for smartphones. It does so with six 5-Watt satellite speakers and a single 10Watt subwoofer built in. You compare that with other speaker docks that only provide one or two speakers for audio and you get the point. The iLunar RBX500 is compatible for both the iPhone and the iPod with its dedicated connector. Other smartphones can also connect to the speaker dock via Bluetooth. The Onkyo iLunar RBX500 is set to be available in Japan sometime in November. No pricing details have yet been provided. Image Source: Onkyo Read More

Onkyo Unveils Snoopy-Themed Tablet

Japan-based Onkyo announced a collectible Snoopy-themed Windows 7 tablet computer, which is basically rebranded to include a Snoopy drawing at the back, as well as a Snoopy stylus, a Peanuts case, and a set of screensavers, wallpapers, icons, calendar, and anything else Snoopy. The tablet features a 10.1-inch LCD with 1,024 x 600 resolution, a 1.66GHz Atom N450 CPU, 1GB of RAM, 160GB HDD, two USB slots, SD card slot, WiFi, Bluetooth, and an integrated webcam. It weighs 990 grams and its battery life lasts for about four hours. The Snoopy tablet by Onkyo costs about US$960. It can be ordered now online and will be shipped beginning March next year, that is if you are based in Japan. Overseas buyers can try their luck in online middlemen services. Source: CrunchGear Read More

Onkyo Introduces New Windows 7 Tablet

Coming up with Windows 7 tablet computers seem to be the fad in gadget world nowadays. Japan-based Onkyo has joined the fray with its 11.6-inch TW317A7 tablet with 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 CPU, 2GB of RAM, 32GB SSD, a 1.3-megapixel webcam, card reader, stereo speakers, Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity, and onboard 3G courtesy of KDDI. The multitouch display has a 1366 x 768 resolution and the tablet has Onkyo's ExTOUCH software that enhances finger input. The TW317A7 tablet by Onkyo will be available in the coming days in Japan. Pricing has yet to be announced. Source: Engadget Read More

Onkyo LPF10M01 Digital Picture Frame

Digital picture frames have recently become a popular device used to display digital photos. But most of them may have been limited to doing merely just that. Onkyo has recently come up with a new digital picture frame that allows users to make it as an alternative monitor to watch HD content. The new Onkyo LPF10M01 Digital Picture Frame comes with an added HDMI input port that will allow users to plug in an HD player, gaming console or even a TV tuner in order to play HD content. This 10.1" digital photo frame with LED back light also features the usual photo and video features found in most digital photo frames today. It also comes with its own 512 MB internal memory as well as slots for SD, SDHC or Memory Stick Pro media cards. It is currently available in the Japanese market and costs around US$230. Image Source: Onkyo Read More

Miffy Netbook from Onkyo Out Now in Japan

Here's a little trivia: Contrary to popular belief, Miffy is not Japanese. The rabbit cartoon character, who first appeared on several children's books before venturing to accessories and television, was made in the Netherlands by artist Dick Bruna. Despite being from a foreign land, Miffy is a popular figure in Japan's penchant for cuteness. Just days ago, Onkyo has announced the arrival of their cross-mouthed rabbit will come as a limited-edition, super-cute, and kid-friendly Miffy netbook. The device oozes with Miffy goodness not only from the cover, but also within its software from wallpapers, screen savers, calendar, widgets, and icons among others. The Miffy netbook contains a 10.1-inch LCD screen with 1,024x 600 resolution, an Atom N450 CPU, 1GB RAM, a 160GB hard disk drive, two USB ports, Ethernet, WiFi, an SD and Memory Stick Pro slot, an integrated webcam, Windows 7 Home Premium or XP Home, and 2.5 hours of battery life. The device goes on sale only in Japan and is limited to just 300 units, which explains the whopping US$905 cost for the XP model and $1,017 for the Windows 7 version. Source: CrunchGear Read More

Onkyo DP312 Nettop

Oooh, another nettop from Onkyo! The Ion-based DP312 contains a 1.6GHz Atom N270 CPU, 2GB of RAM, 320GB HDD, and even a DVD player. It's a shame, however, that this baby is only available in Japan and sold without any peripherals. The Onkyo DP312 Nettop costs 64,800 yen (nearly US$700) and can be upgraded to include Digital TV Tuner, AM/ FM radio, 4GB of RAM and 500GB HDD for an additional 20,000 yen. Source: Akihabara News, via Engadget Related articles Onkyo DC213 netbook sports TV tuner and radio capability ( Via's ARTiGO A1100 is the nettop for DIYers (video) ( Onkyo i3-powered DR511 Notebook Offers TV And Radio ( Read More

Onkyo's Latest Notebook Released in Japan

Onkyo has just unveiled its latest notebook, the Sotec MX1007A4, a 10.1-inch wonder with 1,024 x 600 resolution, LED backlight, 1.2GHz Atom Z515 processor, 1GB of RAM, and 250GB hard disk. Its biggest selling points, however, are its 22mm thinness, its 1.16kg lightness, and up to 14.4 hours of battery life. Other yummy specs include Intel US15W chip set, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, an SD/SDHC slot, two USB 2.0 slots, an 1.3-megapixel webcam, and a fingerprint sensor. This notebook is set to be released in Japan on April 10 at around US$640. We wish this will be released internationally. Source: CrunchGear Read More

Onkyo DX Dual-Screen Laptop

Looks like Japan does not mind suffering from Galapagos Syndrome.  After all, it's not their problem that they are technologically-advanced, it is the problem of other countries that they are lagging behind.  Proof of this is the growing market for dual-screen laptops.  After Kohjinsha unveiled its DZ-series dual-display model, Onkyo developed their own as well.The Onkyo DX dual-screen laptop has a pair of 10.1-inch LCD displays with 1,366 x 768 pixel resolution, way bigger than then competition although there is not much difference on its overall size.  Like the DZ, it also has a 1.6GHz Athlon Neo MV-40 CPU, ATI Radeon HD 3200 graphics chip, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, and three USB ports.  The difference, however, lies on its standard 2GB memory, which can be expanded to 4GB, as well as a 320GB of hard drive storages, both double the capacity of the Kohjinsha DZ.  It also comes with a Gigabit Ethernet and a 32-bit Windows 7 Home Premium as its OS.The Onkyo DX is now available in Japan for a measly 84,800 yen (or about US$966), even cheaper than the most advance laptops in other countries.Image source:  Onkyo Read More

Onkyo P3 Nettop

Nettops that run on Atom are so five minutes ago, geeky teenagers would say.  However, if you still prefer optical storage over everything else, then Onkyo P3 is perfect for you.  This ION-based miniature desktop has 1.6GHz Atom 230 as its processor, with 2GB RAM, 160GB hard drive, and GeForce 9400M G chipset with integrated video card.What is noticeable about the Onkyo P3 is that its DVD-ROM comes separately, which you clip into the nettop's side, which also includes four USB 2.0 slots, eSATA, HDMI, and a multi-card reader.The Onkyo P3 is available in Japan as is (just the desktop with slim keyboard and wireless optical mouse) for 69,000 yen (about US$770), while you can also add a LCD display--as pictured--and purchase the whole set for 89,800 yen ($990).  Pretty expensive, we know.Image source:  Onkyo Read More

Onkyo HT-SP908 Home Theater System

The Onkyo HT-SP908 DVD home theater system offers features that work well with today's most recent gadgets. Even having an HDTV will go well with this Onkyo DVD home theater system. It is capable of converting a DVD video source from the player that comes with it into 1080p HDTV quality resolution to provide better viewing pleasure. It also can convert standard sounds into studio master quality audio with its unique set up of speakers. A built-in radio and TV tuner makes it a complete home set up. The Onkyo HT-SP908 speaker system is composed of 2 90-Watt front speakers, a 90-watt center speaker, 4 90-watt surround speakers and a 230-watt subwoofer. It also comes with an iPod dock that allows users to connect their gadget easily into the speaker system for better listening pleasure. Priced at around US$ 650, the Onkyo HT-SP908 DVD home theater system would be quite an addition to your planned home theater set up.Image Source: Onkyo Read More

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