Las Vegas: Traveling Europe Without Leaving the United States

Las Vegas (Nevada) 

Las Vegas: Traveling Europe Without Leaving the United States. That’s possible?. Sure, of course. You just have to go to Las Vegas, in the Mojave desert in Nevada. Las Vegas is a tourist city famous for its exciting activity 24 hours a day. Never Close. Never sleeps. Open casinos and shows at all times. 

It is a city devoted to entertainment and tourism. Currently, 650,000 people live in Las Vegas (2018) and receive almost 40 million visitors a year.

The Venetian Hotel -Las Vegas: Traveling Europe Without Leaving the United States

In 1931, with the legalization of the game, Las Vegas begins its rise as a city. In 1941, the very luxurious hotels of the world began to be built, which also incorporated gaming casinos. The first of these was the Flamingo, built under the supervision of gangster Bugsy Siegel.
In the decade of the 60s, the city has another impulse due to the overthrow of Batista in Cuba by the revolutionary Castro. . The American businessmen abandoned their business in Havana and moved to Las Vegas. Frank Sinatra and other artists settled in Las Vegas and offered shows on a continuous basis.

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SONY DPT RP1/B Digital Paper

The Incredible SONY DPT RP1

Electronic ink is a very particular type of screen, which does not emit light, so it only uses the battery when it modifies its contents. Well, now we know the Sony DPT-RP1, a 13.3-inch touchscreen electronic ink that borrows many ideas from popular eBooks.

 

 

The electronic ink, for now

Only works well with grayscale images, and requires a good light to see it, because it has no backlight. Therefore, the Sony DPT-RP1 is a product halfway between a tablet and an eBook.

At the functional level, it allows you to read PDF documents on your screen with 1,650 x 2,220 pixels (can be converted from other formats), with up to a month of autonomy.

 

Sony DPT-RP1 offers a 13.3-inch screen
Sony DPT-RP1 offers a 13.3-inch screen

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13.3-Inch Screen - Sony DPT-RP1

But the Sony DPT-RP1 offers a 13.3-inch screen, a larger space than e-books, and with tactile functionality. Thanks to the included pen, it is comfortable to annotate.

Sony claims that it has the thickness of 30 pages of paper. Today we also learned about the development of an electronic ink laptop, so it seems that this technology is becoming fashionable again.

The Sony DPT-RP1 electronic ink tablet features a Marvell IAP140 64-bit processor with 4 cores, and 16GB of storage, with space for up to 10,000 documents. It has Wi-Fi ac MIMO and Bluetooth 4.2, while the autonomy can reach one month.

Sony DPT-RP1 offers a 13.3-inch screen

This is an interesting 13.3-inch tablet based on an electronic ink screen that can meet the specific needs of certain users.

Sony DPT-RP1 offers a 13.3-inch screen 

  • World's thinnest, lightest letter-size tablet device: as thin as 30 sheets of paper.
  • Projected capacitive touchscreen allows for “pencil or pen style” writing and erasing with provided stylus.
  • High contrast and no glare, so text can be read clearly even in bright sunlight.
  • Easy drag & drop transfer of documents via USB or wireless (Wi-Fi or Bluetooth) with Digital Paper app installed on your PC or Mac.
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides up to three weeks use on a single charge. 16GB internal memory provides storage for approximately 10,000 PDF files.

 

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