Archive | January, 2010
Notion Ink Adam has four words we love to hear: Pixel Qi, Tegra, Android

Notion Ink Adam has four words we love to hear: Pixel Qi, Tegra, Android

Even with tablets at CES beginning to cross into the gaudy zone, the Notion Ink Adam stands out like a shining star. To start, it’s running NVIDIA’s blazing fast and energy friendly Tegra chipset. Second, it has the genius Pixel Qi display which can switch from a monochrome reflective screen to an emmitive LCD screen [...]

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Specs on the Pegatron mystery slate tablet revealed

Specs on the Pegatron mystery slate tablet revealed

It was the big mystery last night as Steve Ballmer decided to highlight the rather boring HP slate tablet. What was that third tablet and who is Pegatron? Well now we finally have some more information courtesy of Neowin.net. While the Pegatron tablet is still unnamed, we now know that it sports an 11.6 inch [...]

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Plastic Logic officially debuts their Que ProReader

Plastic Logic officially debuts their Que ProReader

We hope you were born with three arms and three legs, because if you want a Plastic Logic Que ProReader you’ll need one of each to get it. Their 4GB Que ProReader has a MSRP of $649 and their 8GB offering a MSRP of $799. When we first wrote about the Plastic Logic reader in [...]

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Hanvon introduces five new eReaders in its WISEreader eBook line

Hanvon introduces five new eReaders in its WISEreader eBook line

Hanvon may sound familiar because they’ve already entered the tablet racket. Their multi-touch Windows 7 tablet was shown off at IDE in September although we haven’t heard much about it since then. Now they’re introducing their WISEreader Ebook Reader line of five Vizplex E-Ink displays that vary in screen size from 5-inches to 8-inches. The [...]

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The Spring Design Alex eReader is coming soon for $399

The Spring Design Alex eReader is coming soon for $399

The Spring Design Alex should be familiar to most. Those that follow eReader news have probably heard the claim by Spring Design that Barnes & Noble ripped off their design for the Nook. Thankfully for Spring Design, recent hands-on demos say the Alex isn’t nearly as cumbersome or laggy as the popular Nook (video on [...]

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Microsoft’s Ballmer announces three “slate” tablet PCs from HP, Pegatron and Archos

Microsoft’s Ballmer announces three “slate” tablet PCs from HP, Pegatron and Archos

The long awaited (and long delayed due to technical difficulties) keynote address by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer just happened and, as you can guess by our name, we’re interested in the tablet bits. Update: We’re trying to get more information the Pegatron slate tablet (for all you searching for it) but can’t seem to dig [...]

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ViewSonic releases slew of MovieBook PMPs — VPD550T, VPD513T, VPD403 and VPD313T

ViewSonic releases slew of MovieBook PMPs — VPD550T, VPD513T, VPD403 and VPD313T

ViewSonic is releasing four new models of PMPs to the American market. They vary in touchscreen interface, screen size and HD playback, but are all coming out in the first quarter of 2010. To start, the ViewSonic MovieBook VPD550T features a 5-inch 800×480 resolution LCD touchscreen, 8GB of internal memory, a MircoSD slot and OTG [...]

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MSI comes out with sweet looking dual-screened eReader — more like the coolest netbook ever

MSI comes out with sweet looking dual-screened eReader — more like the coolest netbook ever

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder but we’d be hard pressed to find people that don’t think the new MSI “eReader” is drop-dead gorgeous. Let’s lay off the eReader talk for a bit and just explore this device. MSI has made a dual 10-inch capacitive touch screened device (in clam shell) that runs [...]

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Sony shows off the Dash internet viewer tablet social media thing-a-ma-jig

Sony shows off the Dash internet viewer tablet social media thing-a-ma-jig

We think its safe to say that tablets have officially been embraced by the mainstream manufacturers. Now we have to wait and see if consumers embrace them as well. Sony sure seems to think so with their rather niche new tablet — the Sony Dash. The Dash is squarer than we’re used to seeing and [...]

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The Samsung E6 and E10 eReaders

The Samsung E6 and E10 eReaders

Samsung just announced their entrance into the eReader foray with the E6 and E10 eBook readers and they’re certainly not aimed at the common consumer. Samsung’s new E6 (a 6-inch) and E10 (a 10-inch) eReaders both feature touchscreens, WiFi b/g, Bluetooth 2.0, but no 3G capability. Both allow for handwriting directly on the screen and [...]

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