Tablet wars have opened gates for new technologies to be listed among the specs of new Tablet entrants in the market. Experimenting the OS and Processors, now analysts are showing keen interest in improving specific features which can be a catch factor for the sale of Tablets.
Earlier in 2009, few of you would have heard about the WiGig 60 GHz multi-gigabit wireless ecosystem announced by the Wireless Gigabit Alliance. The newer version 1.1 ecosystem helps users to transfer files at an ultra-faster rate which is 10 times faster than today’s wireless LAN’s and is available for testing with next generation wireless products.
Being a new entrant into the Tablet space Panasonic surprised us earlier with its ToughBook and now the company has unveiled an unnamed Tablet which transfers data using the WiGig technology.
A new video demo has been released which explains the prototype system in which a Panasonic Tablet embedded with WiGig transmits data like photos and videos to a different device mounted within a range of 1 to 3m which surprisingly much lesser coverage than Bluetooth.
The stunning factor is that Tablet can transfer a full HD video in almost 60 seconds. Sources have confirmed that Panasonic has started developing WiGig SD cards which will be released next year.