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Daza Electronics introduces E-002 and E-003 3G E-Ink eReaders

Daza Electronics has introduced the E-002 and E-003 eReaders at the CeBIT show. The Daza Electronics E-002 features a 6-inch 800 x 600 resolution E-Ink display with 16 levels of grayscale, a 2500mAh battery and support for ePub, PDF, TXT, HTML, XEB and CHM formats. The case looks very close to the JetBook Lite or [...]

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Hivision SpeedPad Android tablet has an ARM11 and a very inexpensive price

JKK is living up to his mobile name by running around the CeBIT show filming a lot of interesting toys. Among them is a new Android tablet by Hivision called the SpeedPad. The Hivision SpeedPad has a 7-inch 800 x 480 resolution LCD touchscreen, Samsung ARM11 800MHz processor, 2GB of storage, 256 DDR2 RAM and [...]

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Shenzhen TESO wins “biggest iPhone” award with new tablet clone

Shenzhen TESO wins “biggest iPhone” award with new tablet clone

Have you been looking for a comically large iPhone for your Mime Steve Jobs routine? Then the day is yours. The Shenzhen TESO is exactly what you need. We guess it could also double as a tablet PC since it runs Windows 7 and an Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz processor. The 10.1-inch 1024 x 600 [...]

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The Archos 9 PC Tablet to get much needed kick in the ass

The Archos 9 PC Tablet to get much needed kick in the ass

The main complaints surrounding the Archos 9 PC Tablet have been that it’s underpowered and lacks any type of software integration. It seems that word has finally reached Archos’s ears and they plan on doing something about it. As we reported earlier today, Archos is planning on increasing their line with not only Archos 7 [...]

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The Mio Moov V780 Navigation Device features GPS, HD video, TV and WiFi

The Mio Moov V780 Navigation Device features GPS, HD video, TV and WiFi

The Mio Moov V780 calls itself a navigation device, but it looks to be more of a MID with navigation features. Not only does it perform its namesake task (using Mio Spirit), it also brings 720p HD playback, streaming HD through an HDMI, digital TV support, web browsing, email, YouTube, image viewer and music player [...]

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Sagem Wireless Binder eReader features a 6-inch capacitive touchscreen

Sagem Wireless showed off their Binder eReader prototype at Mobile World Congress. The Binder, which features a 6-inch capacitive touchscreen, has a rather interesting design. Instead of a smooth edge, it’s actually indented to give the holder a little more of a grip and the power buttons and ports are recessed into the sides. The [...]

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The Haleron iLet Mini HAL tablet plays your media, can’t open pod bay doors

The Haleron iLet Mini HAL tablet plays your media, can’t open pod bay doors

It looks like we’re only 8,999 iterations away from finally meeting the real HAL. Haleron has gotten the ball rolling with their new iLet Mini HAL MID based off their previous iLet Mini tablet. The iLet Mini HAL has a 7-inch 800 x 480 resolution TFT LCD touchscreen and runs off a VIA 600MHz processor. [...]

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The Digitalrise S1 and X9 tablet PCs go on sale

The Digitalrise S1 and X9 tablet PCs go on sale

Digitalrise has put out a few tablet PCs in the last few months. If you don’t recall the name there’s probably a reason for that. The last time they were mentioned on Best Tablet Review it was due to their “embarrassingly underpowered” PC-729 tablet PC. Now Digitalrise has issued two new tablet PCs, both running [...]

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The Mastone Prowave tablet features Freescale chipset and Android OS

The Mastone Prowave tablet features Freescale chipset and Android OS

Slashgear uncovered an Android tablet at Freescale’s booth at MWC made by Chinese company Mastone that runs off a Freescale i.MX515 processor. The Mastone Prowave tablet features a resistive touchscreen (which looks to be between 5 to 7-inches judging by the pictures) and runs off a customized Android interface that includes apps and widgets. The [...]

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Another Windows 7 tablet PC hits with the iiView Vpad

Another Windows 7 tablet PC hits with the iiView Vpad

They’re officially popping out of the woodwork now. iiView has announced their Vpad which will start at $499 and climb to $699 depending on whether you want a larger hard drive or 3G. The Vpad tablet PC features an Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz processor, runs Windows 7 Starter Edition (like the much-loathed Archos 9), has [...]

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