Comments: 0Monday, February 14th 2011 - 11:02 CET
ASUS introduces the Eee Pad Memo Android tablet. Choice is essential when selecting innovative and advanced mobile computer devices. When it comes to tablets, there is a clear need for new tablets than can deliver a full multimedia experience with HD video, broad connectivity options and even mobile gaming plus the broadest range of media compatibility with standards, all in a compact mobile device. In short, there is demand for tablets that enable users to both consume and create content to help whether it is for learning, work or play. The new Asus Pad Memo android tablet has been displayed at the CES 2011 Show in Las Vegas.
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Comments: 0Sunday, February 6th 2011 - 19:50 CET
Sharp Electronics has been showcasing its Galapagos tablets and cloud-based bookstore service at CES Show in Las Vegas. Utilizing its proprietary XMDF (ever-eXtending Mobile Document Format), Galapagos will present an enhanced e-reading experience to consumers by providing rich content, an intuitive user interface and periodic software updates. The Sharp Galapagos tablets and e-bookstore service will offer consumers wide access to e-books, movies, games, and music. An optional Automated Scheduled Delivery Service will deliver the most updated newspapers and magazines to the user’s “door” wherever a wireless connection is available.
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Comments: 0Saturday, February 5th 2011 - 12:00 CET
Panasonic has developed a new smart terminal called the Panasonic VIERA Tablet to enable easy access to a variety of cloud services in conjunction with the Panasonic VIERA digital televisions. The Panasonic VIERA Tablet, which will be put in the global market within this year, marks Panasonic’s first step toward cloud-based services including video streaming and e-books. Various prototypes of the new Panasonic tablet have been showcased at the CES 2011 in Las Vegas.
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Comments: 0Monday, January 31st 2011 - 14:15 CET
Pandigital expanded its Pandigital Novel line of eReaders featuring the integrated Barnes & Noble eBookstore with its first model using ePaper technology. Featuring a touchscreen for easy navigation, the new Pandigital Novel Personal eReader has a crisp 6-inch electrophoretic ePaper display for easy enjoyment in bright sunlight and a battery life that lasts thousands of page-turns. The new Pandigital Novel eReader utilizes a 6-inch ePaper display that provides a 600x800 resolution. Its touchscreen interface is something not normally found with ePaper eReaders. Made by Sipex/AUO, the display takes ePaper technology to a new level of functionality and ensures that customers get a first-rate reading experience.
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Comments: 0Monday, January 31st 2011 - 14:14 CET
Pandigital is now shipping the second product in its Pandigital Novel eReader line with a new 7-inch full color touch-screen LCD device with integrated Barnes & Noble eBook Store. Reading enthusiasts can catch up on the latest books, magazines, and periodicals with the stylish and sleek new Pandigital Novel 7-inch Color Multimedia eReader (model Pandigital PRD07T20WBL1). The Pandigital Novel Multimedia eReader features a high-gloss black bezel and weighing only 11.8oz, the new Pandigital Novel Multimedia eReader is easy to take virtually anywhere.
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Comments: 0Monday, January 31st 2011 - 12:00 CET
Pandigital announced the availability of the Pandigital Novel Android tablet and color eReader, the company’s first eReader device offering integrated wireless connectivity through AT&T for accessing the Barnes & Noble eBook Store. This Pandigital Novel tablet (model number R90A200) has a large 9-inch full-color LCD touchscreen display that is the ideal size for comfortably accessing and enjoying a number of software applications. The large display size gives customers an enhanced viewing experience when surfing the Internet through the integrated web browser, as well as when watching movies, playing games, or viewing photos and video.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, January 18th 2011 - 17:00 CET
Verizon Wireless and Motorola Mobile unveiled the Motorola Xoom Tablet - the first device on Google’s new Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system designed from the ground up for tablets. The Honeycomb user experience improves on Android favourites such as widgets, multi-tasking, browsing, notifications and customization and features the latest Google Mobile innovations. Boasting a dual core processor with each core running at 1 GHz, delivering up to two GHz of processing power, and 10.1-inch widescreen HD display, Motorola Xoom gives Verizon Wireless customers a new type of mobile computing experience on a stylishly thin device that is 4G LTE upgradeable.
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