Tag Archives: touchscreen
The PocketBook 602 comes well connected with WiFi and Bluetooth

The PocketBook 602 comes well connected with WiFi and Bluetooth

PocketBook has put out quite a few quality eReaders. The PocketBook 360 received a glowing recommendation when we reviewed it March. The PocketBook 302 impressed Nate from The Digital Reader. Even their latest offering, the 9.7-inch PocketBook 901, looks like it could give the Kindle DX a run for its more expensive money. Now Charbax [...]

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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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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 Million-E Culture MReader offers touchscreen, 3G, iPhone look

Here’s a video by Charbax from ARMDevices showing off the Million-E Culture MReader eReader which offers a resistive touchscreen, WiFi and 3G connection and a eerily similar iPod Touch/iPhone look for around $220. The MReader has a 6-inch 600 x 800 resolution resistive touchscreen with 16 shades of grayscale along with SD card which can [...]

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The 1Cross B’ook – dual-screened eReader and Smartphone

It’s not the first time we’ve seen dual-screened eReader devices that claim to do just about everything before. Unfortunately many don’t have a good track record. Devices like the Astri MyID and Entourage Edge share many of the same characteristics: hinged clamshell design, dual E-Ink/LCD screens and (for the most part) disappointment. The 1Cross B’ook [...]

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Samsung brings a third eReader into the mix – the E61 QWERTY eBook Reader

Samsung brings a third eReader into the mix – the E61 QWERTY eBook Reader

Samsung had two touchscreen eReaders that they premiered at CES. The Samsung E6 was a 6-inch eBook reader that is selling for a whopping $399 and the Samsung E101 is a 10-inch (9.60-inch to be specific) eBook reader for $699. Now Samsung is introducing a third version into the mix. The Samsung E61 is basically [...]

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Astri Android dual-screened MID is like a mini Entourage Edge or Nintendo DS on HGH. Take your pick.

Here’s yet another gem found by Charbax of ARMDevices.net (who seems to be the only one that actually toured the entire CES floor). This time he’s got video on the Astri Android MID — a dual-screened mobile internet device that kind of looks like the imaginary offspring of the Entourage Edge and a Nintendo DS. [...]

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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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Tired of waiting for Dell, man makes his own Dell Mini 9 tablet

Tired of waiting for Dell, man makes his own Dell Mini 9 tablet

Rob928 from the MyDellMini forums is a rare mix of inventive and impatient — and it’s a mix we love to see. In this case it let Rob to convert his Dell Mini 9 into a Dell Mini slab tablet. He started by taking a Dell Vostro A90 (a Dell Mini 9 by any other [...]

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Archos 9pctablet gets a hands-on review by Engadget

Archos 9pctablet gets a hands-on review by Engadget

Engadget has some additional pictures and initial thoughts on the Archos 9pctablet. The main feature of this tablet is that it will use Windows 7 as its OS and come out at the same time. Archos reworked the inherent touch keyboard of Window 7 into something more functional and the tablet looks to be pretty [...]

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