http://www.netbooknews.com First Hands on with the ASUS Tablet which is a combination of a ebook reader and tablet in one. Its a grey scale unit with 2450 DPI with 64 grey scale, its a very solid feeling unit with an aluminum body case which also sports a microphone and camera. Check out the video to see all of the proposed ports.
http://www.netbooknews.de - Erste Eindrücke vom neuen ASUS Eee Tablet, einer Kombination aus E-Book-Reader und Notizblock mit extrem hochauflösendem Display
http://www.netbooknews.de - Erste Eindrücke zum ASUS Eee Pad EP101TC Tablet mit Nvidia Tegra 2, Windows CE und 10-Zoll-Touchscreen
http://www.netbooknews.com Hands on the Moorsetown MeeGo Tablet, we can't actually turn the tablet on but the design is very nice. Computex 2010 is really the show about tablets and the Intel booth definitely proves it.
http://www.netbooknews.com Computex 2010 is the show of tablets and we have gotten our hands on quite a few, and well, many of them aren't good. So when a nice one comes around we get a bit excited. Fujian Sanxi has come out with an Android Tablet running 2.1 and a functioning version of marketplace. We think the word snappy is over used, but we think that it is the right word to describe how this tablet runs. Its running a Rockchip processor and has a finish that doesn't make it feel cheap. The device is will be available to distributors for around $105 so we think it'll be on the streets for about $150. For that price I'd give them my piggy bank!
http://www.netbooknews.de - Wir werfen einen ersten Blick auf das Samsun SMB-A1011 10-Zoll-Tablet mit Nvidia Tegra 2 und Android 2.1. Das Gerät hat ein kapazitives Multitouch-Display und bis zu 32 GB Speicher.
http://www.netbooknews.com - http://www.netbooknews.de - Checking out a Pegatron Tablet based on a Freescale ARM processor running Google Android with a customized interface at Computex 2010
http://www.netbooknews.com Matt Serletic from Music Mastermind shows us how he can create full tracks of music with instruments using only his voice and a Moorestown powered tablet.
http://www.netbooknews.com We first ran into the S7 Android tablet at MWC at the Huawei booth. It was a mystery what it was running, the rumors were VIA or maybe ARM, but we see today that its running on the Qualcomm Snapdragon platform.
The build quality of the tablet is one of the highest of the show. The battery was run out and we think it had been over played with because out of the 1/2 a dozen people we know who played with it, I was the only one to have it re-boot during the video, so at least you get to see how quickly it boots.
The andriod tablet running 2.1 is 7 inches and also acts as a phone. We have high hopes for this tablet as we know Chippy from CarryPad has already named it tablet of the show.
http://www.netbooknews.com Freescale had a huge tablet display over at their office across from the exhibition center. Its an interesting video simply because it shows off the various form factors that tablets are coming to market with. Threre are about 25 tablets on display and 50% of them are actually available for sale, the other half are OEM designs or randomly available over here in Asia. There are also a few MIDs thrown in for good measure, the sharp netwalker is among them.
http://www.netbooknews.de - Wir schauen uns die aktuellen $100 Tablets und Smartbooks von VIA an, waehrend der Computex 2010
http://www.tweaktown.com COMPUTEX Taipei 2010 - During our visit to the Intel booth during the show, we not only saw MeeGo running on a new Sony netbook, but we also got a chance to have a play around with MeeGo running on a new and unreleased Atom tablet.
Jim Huang, a Senior Technical Marketing Engineer chap at Intel, was on hand to give us a quick run-down on the Intel AppUp Center. What was cool is that we saw it running an app or two on an unreleased Atom-based tablet running the MeeGo Linux operating system. The particular tablet we saw is capable o five point multi-touch and as demonstrated in the hand painting app, it works rather well indeed.
If the big mighty Intel has its way and as we are led to believe by all the advertising around the Computex area in Taipei, Atom is everywhere and is changing everything, the AppUp Center could end up being a good win for the folks at Intel and disrupt things a little for Apple with its own app store on its mega popular i-whatever devices. Distributed by Tubemogul.
http://www.netbooknews.com We have been waiting with baited breath for Pixel Qi Tablets but we have to say that this is not as sexy as the Adam by Notion Ink. What is impressive about this prototype is that it has a working screen with drastically improved viewing angles.
There have been a lot of rumors in Taiwan over the past few months about Pixel Qi being the reason why the Adam by Notion Ink has never come to market. Finding a manufacturer to produce the display, being able to produce such a technologically advanced screen on a large scale and maintaining quality is questionable, not for Pixel Qi specifically but for anyone making such big statements.
Qualcomm's Mirasol is another one making big statements about their display technology, they both look like they are both going to be appearing in products by the end of the year. Mirasol has yet to come to out with a working sample and not just a mock up. Making a few screens for dummy models is one thing.
Its an easy thing to sit here and call into question revolution, it really is a chicken and the egg game. You need the volume to get production and you won't get orders until you get the production. So I guess if you want to do truly mobile computing, you have to want to see Pixel Qi rolling out in devices, faults and all.
http://www.netbooknews.de - Erste Eindruecke vom Odroid-T Tablet von Hard Kernel, welches auf einer ARM Cortex A8 CPU basiert
http://www.netbooknews.com - We are going hands on with the Hard Kernel Odroid-T tablet which is based on an ARM Cortex A8 processor
http://www.netbooknews.de - Erste Eindruecke vom neuen Malata A1011 10-inch Tablet mit NVIDIA Tegra 2 CPU