Archive | June, 2010
Video of the Pegatron 10-inch tablet – plus a surprise

Video of the Pegatron 10-inch tablet – plus a surprise

The Pegatron tablet was really the only tablet on display during Steve Ballmer’s CES 2010 keynote that held any interest for us. After digging up the specs on the tablet, it kind of dropped off the face of the earth for a while. Sure, we heard the rumors that it may be canceled due to [...]

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COOL-ER Connect WiFi eReader coming in September

COOL-ER Connect WiFi eReader coming in September

It’s been some time since we’ve heard from Interead, the makers of the COOL-ER eReaders. In January they announced that they’d be coming out with three new entries to the COOL-ER lineup: the COOL-ER Compact (a smaller, cheaper version), the COOL-ER Connect (a WiFi version with touchscreen) and the COOL-ER 3G (we’ll let you fill [...]

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Anadem P101 Windows 7 tablet PC is all about the gloss and shine

Anadem P101 Windows 7 tablet PC is all about the gloss and shine

If this year’s Computex has a theme it has to be “Windows 7 tablets.” Microsoft has an overwhelming presence at the show. They even took the opportunity to showcase the new Windows Embedded Compact 7 operating system during the event. Here’s another tablet supporting the take-away theme — the Anadem P101 tablet PC. The Anadem [...]

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Cynovo C7 tablet tries to compare itself to iPad with handy chart

Cynovo C7 tablet tries to compare itself to iPad with handy chart

One philosophy states that if you want to be known, compare yourself to the biggest dog in the yard. Another branch of that philosophy states that you could just get bit. We’re not really at liberty to say what result Cynovo will have with their efforts, but we sure hope they’re wearing Kevlar sleeves. Cynovo [...]

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Notion Ink Adam delayed until this November

Notion Ink Adam delayed until this November

We hate to be the bearer of bad news, but it looks like the Notion Ink Adam has further been delayed. The new expected launch day is just before Thanksgiving of this year. According to an email sent by Notion Ink co-founder Rohan Shravan to a concerned fan of the product, Notion Ink has just [...]

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Innoversal Lattice tablet comes with a Pixel Qi screen

Innoversal Lattice tablet comes with a Pixel Qi screen

For a while the only known device coming out with the Pixel Qi screen was the Notion Ink Adam. Now that the Adam’s release has been pushed back, there are plenty of tablets racing to the launching gates with the switchable reflective/backlit screen. Pixel Qi had plenty of those tablets on display at their booth [...]

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DigiLife iOne puts a pico-projector in a tablet

DigiLife iOne puts a pico-projector in a tablet

Some things just go together (like bacon and eggs). Other things go together but are such a strange combination you wonder who bothered to come up with it in the first place (like bacon and chocolate — in case you’re wondering, yes, we missed breakfast today). We find the last description more fitting for DigiLife’s [...]

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Is the Huawei S7 the tablet of the Computex show?

Is the Huawei S7 the tablet of the Computex show?

According to Chippy from Carrypad the Huawei S7 may just be the “tablet of the [Computex 2010] show.” The S7, first spotted at Mobile World Congress in February, offers a 7-inch capacitive widescreen touchscreen powered by a Qualcomm processor and running Android 2.1. The S7 can also make phone calls (much like the Dell Streak). [...]

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PocketBook 901 eReader challenges the Kindle DX to a duel

PocketBook 901 eReader challenges the Kindle DX to a duel

While most E-Ink eReaders have kept to the 6-inch and under category, a few have chosen to go the larger route. Mostly geared towards educational and business uses, the larger screened eReaders are seen as out of reach for most personal use. Of course the price is a supporting factor in that decision. Who would [...]

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Kakai Kno dual-screened color eReader for textbooks debuts at D8

Kakai Kno dual-screened color eReader for textbooks debuts at D8

The first thing to know about the Kakai Kno is that it’s big and heavy. It has two 14-inch color touchscreens and weighs 5.5 pounds. The second thing you should know about the Kno is that it’s aimed at replacing textbooks. Sure, five and a half pounds is heavy for a device, but how heavy [...]

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