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On November 16th (2011), Onkyo announced the launch of its 10.1-inch SlatePad TA2C – Android 3.2 business tablet, in Japan.
The Onkyo SlatePad TA2C is powered by a 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 250 dual core Cortex A9 processor, 1GB LP-DDR2 (600MHz) memory and 16GB of flash storage. The tablet has a 10.1-inch (1280×800) wide TFT LED backlit glossy LCD capacitive display with 10-finger multi-touch support and two cameras – 2MP front and 5MP rear (with autofocus).
ASUS announced its 10.1-inch Eee Pad Transformer Prime – Android device.
The Prime finally came.
The Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime is the world’s first tablet to feature the world’s first quad-core mobile chip – the NVIDIA Tegra 3 Kal-El processor (with 5th companion core). The advanced power management features of the Tegra 3, allows the Transformer Prime to be productive up to 12 hours and when combined with the mobile dock up to 18 hours.
The Transformer Prime comes with a stylish metallic swirl design in two colors – Amethyst Gray and Champagne Gold. It has a 10.1-inch (1280×800) Super IPS+ multi-touch (10 finger support) display with 178° wide viewing angle, protected by Corning Gorilla Glass and the new ASUS technology, which enhances the brightness of the screen for a better outdoor reading.
One day ago, Fujitsu announced the launch dates of Docomo ARROWS Tab LTE F-01D in Japan.
The launch of Docomo Tablet ARROWS Tab LTE F-01D (manufactured by Fujitsu) was scheduled (by Docomo) for mid-October this year, along with the launch of Docomo’s Tablet GALAXY Tab 10.1 LTE SC-01D, which was planned to be launched in beginning of October (in Japan). At that time Docomo posted just some of the specs of its ARROWS Tab LTE F-01D. Now, Fujitsu unveiled the full specs of the tablet and announced its exact launch date.
Today, Asus announced the launch of its 10.1-inch Eee Pad Slider SL101 for the Japanese market.
The ultralight Eee Pad Slider SL101 tablet comes in white. It is 18.3mm thin and weighs about 960g. The Slider’s 10.1-inch wide multi-touch IPS LCD screen (with scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass) is powered by NVIDIA Tegra processor, 32GB of storage space and 1GB LPDDR2 memory. The device runs Android 3.1 Honeycomb (upgradeable to 3.2), and supports Adobe Flash (can be downloaded from Android Market).
Camangi is going to introduce another two-“Third Generation tablets” -The Baobob Series.
We were informed (unofficial info-leak) that Camangi is planning to launch another two Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablets called Baobob 7 (7-inch) and Baobob 10 (10.1-inch) with WiFi and 3G (optional). The tablets will be powered by 1GHz (Dual Core) Nvidia tegra 2 (T20) Cortex A9 processor, 1GB of DDR2 (400MHz) memory and 8GB/16GB/32GB eMMC NAND Flash internal storage. The 7-inch (16:10) and 10.1-inch (16:10) capacitive multi-touch (10-finger) LCDs will have resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels and Gesture support.
The Baobob 7 will come with a 4000 mAh Li-Polymer battery, weighing just 355g and will hold on a single charge approximately for 7 hours. While the Baobob 10 will be with a 6700 mAh Li-Polymer battery and will weigh about 650g (30g less than Asus’s Eee Pad Transformer TF101).
A day ago, ASUS launched its 10.1-inch Eee Pad Slider – Android tablet with Full QWERTY keyboard.
The Eee Pad Slider comes in either pearl white or metallic brown. It features a slide-out keyboard, Google Android 3.1 Honeycomb OS (upgradable to Android 3.2) and is powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core CPU. It has a 10.1-inch (16:10) IPS 10-finger multi-touch display panel (with an ultrawide 178° viewing angle), protected by a layer of scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass. On top of that, the front-facing 1.2MP camera and back-facing 5MP camera gives users videoconferencing capabilities as well as the ability to take pictures. It also comes with a built-in 16/32GB eMMC slot, USB port, Micro SD card reader, and mini-HDMI port.