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Today the US Patent and Trademark Office Granted Samsung a series of 7 new design patents. Within that group were two designs that stood out from the pack. One illustrates an interesting new Galaxy smartphone design and the other a possible eWallet styled cover case accessory.
On November 26, 2013 the US Patent and Trademark Office granted Samsung a series of tablet related design patents. One design appears to either be an Ultrabook-like solution for a hybrid notebook-tablet or simply a hard case for a Galaxy Tablet that will come with a built-in keyboard. The other tablet designs illustrate new front apertures. Whether the apertures are for motion control or simply new speakers is unknown at this time. With Samsung's market share gains in tablets quickly rising in 2013, every possible future tablet design becomes important.
Microsoft's Developer Center webpage points to the new Kinect 2 coming to market in 2014. Developers can apply to take part in the Kinect for Windows developer kit program which begins this month. Today, Microsoft was granted a design patent for the new Xbox One Kinect 2 accessory titled "Motion sensor with microphone."
On October 08, 2013, The US Patent and Trademark Office Granted Samsung Electronics a series of granted design patents covering such future products as a new tablet, multimedia device, e-Pen and more. The e-Pen is designated a "Pen for an electroinic bullletin board." It's tip, as shown in our cover graphic, appears to be a thin a sharp design to represent a writing pen as opposed to one for drawing. Samsung's multimedia device illustrates a slightly curved display in the bottom portion of the device.
Today, the US Patent and Trademark Office granted Samsung a series of design patents. The main ones cover a new wireless earset and a combination keyboard-kickstand accessory for a future Galaxy tablet and more.
Today, the US Patent and Trademark Office granted new design patents for Google, Samsung and HP. Google has won a new Glass related design; Samsung has won a design patent for a display stand; and HP has won one for a new headset design.
Earlier this week Patent Bolt discovered new design patent wins for LG and HP at the US Patent and Trademark Office. LG won a design patent for a very cool and cleanly designed smartphone docking station and Hewlett Packard won for two new computer mouse designs that are their best to date by far. Our report provides you with four large graphics to view.
Today, the US Patent and Trademark Office granted Samsung a series of 18 design patents covering smartphones, mobile terminals, cameras and more. In our opinion, the design patents that stood out the most today were definitely three new smartphone designs. Although all three are interesting in their own way, one particular design stands out from the pack; one that holds some real potential.
Today, the US Patent and Trademark Office granted Samsung a whopping 34 design patents. Our report only covers those designs which stood out from the pack which include a new smartphone, tablet, speakers and more.