Archive | April, 2010

Bmorn shows off its 8.9-inch Android tablet

We’ve talked about Bmorn in the past, but only about their PMP offering. Now they appear to have stepped it up and will be offering an 8.9-inch Android tablet in the near future. The folks over at Shanzai.com got a peak and video of the tablet at the China Sources trade show last week. Information [...]

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Barnes & Noble working on a Nook 2 and Nook Lite eReader

Barnes & Noble working on a Nook 2 and Nook Lite eReader

Gizmodo is reporting that Barnes & Noble will be releasing two new versions of the popular Nook eReader by year’s end. This rumor follows on the heals of the Nook being sold in its second retail location — with popular electronics store Best Buy. Apparently B&N is looking to come out with the Nook 2 [...]

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Dell is Streak-ing with their 7-inch and 10-inch tablets

Dell is Streak-ing with their 7-inch and 10-inch tablets

Engadget has an exclusive on the new Dell Streak family of tablets. In addition to the long-known Dell Streak 5 (also known as the Dell Mini), Dell will be introducing the Streak 7 and Streak 10 to the exhibitionist tablet family. While we don’t know terribly much about the Streak 7 and 10 at this [...]

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First look at the Hardkernal ODROID Android tablet

As far as first looks go, this new video of the Hardkernal ODROID Android tablet is pretty impressive. This new tablet is the first Android tablet that we’ve seen with a Samsung S5PC110 processor. This 1GHz processor, also called the Hummingbird, is capable of smooth 1080p video rendering and low-power consumption. The ODROID tablet also [...]

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Review of the upgraded Camangi WebStation Android tablet

Review of the upgraded Camangi WebStation Android tablet

The Camangi WebStation was one of the first Android tablets to hit the market in the United States. Originally announced in November of last year, the WebStation quickly shipped right before the end of 2009 for $399. The 7-inch tablet met with some pretty harsh reviews and was lambasted for being slow and having limited [...]

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Moonse E-7001 is a new 7-inch Android tablet with 3G

Moonse E-7001 is a new 7-inch Android tablet with 3G

In the mood for a medium-sized Android tablet that can do 3G on the cheap? Well Moonse thinks they have one for you with their new E-7001 tablet. Moonse is a Shenzhen company that debuted this new tablet at the CCF 2010 show recently. The Moonse E-7001 tablet features a 7-inch multitouch screen with an [...]

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It’s the season for tablet product launches: Spring Design Alex, Best Buy Nook, Telstra T-Hub, International iPad

It’s the season for tablet product launches: Spring Design Alex, Best Buy Nook, Telstra T-Hub, International iPad

The tablets are in bloom. After a long fall and winter of talk and rumor and speculation, the fruits have finally ripened on the vine and are falling into our open hands. Quite a few tablet products are set to launch either today or in the next few days. Of course, for every season (turn, [...]

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The Onda VX560 has a lot packed in for a PMP, including eReader capability

The Onda VX560 has a lot packed in for a PMP, including eReader capability

While most Chinese PMPs are regulated to our “PMP Brief,” every once in a while one comes along that impresses us enough to devote an entire post to it. In this case, it’s the Onda VX560 PMP — a 7-inch PMP that supports 1080p HD playback and eReader functionality. Let’s start with the video. The [...]

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Hanvon TouchPad BC10C tablet PC has its official release

Hanvon TouchPad BC10C tablet PC has its official release

Last month we talked a bit about Hanvon’s tablet couplet that was featured at CeBIT. Their less impressive of the two — the Hanvon TouchPad BC10C — has been officially released in China. That’s not to say that the TouchPad BC10C, on its own, isn’t impressive. It has a feature-rich spec sheet, including a 10.1-inch [...]

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Andrew Fulton wants an iPad and he’ll draw you one to get it

Andrew Fulton wants an iPad and he’ll draw you one to get it

The tablet craze is a global event. If you had any doubt of that, allow us to introduce you to Andrew Fulton. Andrew is a part-time illustrator who lives in Australia and he really, really, really wants an iPad. But instead of mowing lawns or janitorial work or relying on Google AdSense (like some of [...]

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