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Viliv X10 gets a little hands-on time and blows some minds

Viliv X10 gets a little hands-on time and blows some minds

Viliv has been making some quality tablet products for a couple of years now so we shouldn’t be surprised that the new Viliv X10 looks like a quality tablet. Still, we live in an industry rife with disappointment so we typically look at new tablets through a skeptic’s eye. It’s hard to focus with them [...]

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Shouying PID1110 Android tablet – all 11.6-inches of it

Shouying PID1110 Android tablet – all 11.6-inches of it

Shouying may be better known as a UMPC, digital video camera and electronic cigarette maker, but now they’re entering the great slate beyond with their PID1110 Android tablet. This large-format tablet features a massive (in tablet terms) 11.6-inch display with a 1366 x 768 resolution. We’re not sure if it’s resistive or capacitive, but we’re [...]

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Onda introduces two new PMP tablets – the Vi20 Touch and VX530

Onda introduces two new PMP tablets – the Vi20 Touch and VX530

Onda has recently come out with two more PMPs to add to their already massive portable media player product line. The Onda Vi20 Touch has a 5-inch 800 x 480 touchscreen and supports 720p HD video playback. It also supports the usual video formats, such as RM, RMVB, AVI, MKV (H.264), FLV, MPG, MOV, VOB, [...]

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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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Wacom introduces HD interactive pen displays for professionals

Wacom introduces HD interactive pen displays for professionals

It looks like our Wacom graphics tablet is all growd up. Sure, it was in that hip, arty phase for a while, but finally decided it had to move out of the parent’s house and get a real job. Now we have the DTU-1631 and DTU-2231 which focuses on providing large format, high definition displays [...]

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The OpenPeak OpenTablet 7 is all Flash, substance yet to be determined

The OpenPeak OpenTablet 7 is all Flash, substance yet to be determined

OpenPeak released some renderings and spec information on their OpenTablet 7 at Mobile World Congress earlier today. The OpenTablet is kind of the anti-iPad in that it not only displays Flash, but relies on it for application creation through its OpenPeak platform OS. The OpenTablet 7 features a 7-inch LED backlit LCD touchscreen that supports [...]

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PMP Brief: ViewSonic VM-MB7001 MovieBook, ONN V10, Onda VX595, Yinlips V900HD

PMP Brief: ViewSonic VM-MB7001 MovieBook, ONN V10, Onda VX595, Yinlips V900HD

ViewSonic VM-MB7001 MovieBook ViewSonic has been introducing new PMPs into the market like wildfire recently. Their latest MovieBook is VM-MB7001 which has a 7-inch 1366 x 768 resolution display and can output HD video via its HDMI port. It also can be used as a picture viewer and TXT eBook reader. For now, there’s little [...]

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Another 1080p HD PMP – the Onda VX575 tablet

Another 1080p HD PMP – the Onda VX575 tablet

Are small PMPs really this popular in Asia? They seem to be proliferating at the same rate of eReaders. This time it’s the Onda VX575 PMP tablet. Onda has only released limited information on the VX575. There’s no mention of screen size or resolution, only that it can play the same familiar video codecs as [...]

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iToos M8 PMP — a five inch tablet with 1080p output

iToos M8 PMP — a five inch tablet with 1080p output

China is quickly becoming the land of the HD PMP tablet. There have been a few PMPs lately — notably the Cube HD600HDMI and Chuwi P7 — that can output 1080p through an HDMI and are priced around $100 or less. The iToos M8 PMP enters into that same category. It has a five inch [...]

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