Posts Tagged ‘Android 2.2’
India gets ViewSonic’s ViewPad 10s tablet, running Android 2.2 (Froyo) for $350 USD.
The ViewPad 10s tablet has a 10.1-inch (1024 x 600) capacitive multi-touch LED backlit display (200nits). It is powered by 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 250 SMP dual Cortex-A9 processor, 512MB of DDR2 (667MHz) memory and 512MB NAND Flash storage.
NEC introduced its 7-inch Android 2.2 (Froyo) LifeTouch (CloudCommunicator) Security-Packed business tablet in Japan.
The LifeTouch Security Pack tablet has various security features:
Protection against loss (Anti-Lost)
- Setting Password Policy settings (to prevent users with easy passwords)
- Local wipe feature (built-in Erase Data over a set number of password inputs)
- Support to prevent data loss from the SD Memory Card (data encryption)
Prevention of unauthorized use
- Security administration (Change terminal settings by limiting the use of the tablet)
- Device Restrictions (capability to restrict use of devices such as Bluetooth and cameras banned by the admin)
- Log management (research and exploiting failure of the user operations)
- Installing the application control (limits on the use of unrelated business apps)
Also, the tablet comes with McAfee Mobile Security (30-day trial), which provides additional virus protection, and enhanced network security (VPN and corporate network security, IP address filtering).
Yesterday, PanDigital unveiled three new 7-inch Android tablets (Planet, Star, and Nova) and another tablet (SuperNova) is on its way.
These powerful new tablets feature Cortex A9 CPUs with embedded hardware 3D graphics. All three Wi-Fi-enabled devices feature 7-inch full-color touchscreen displays enclosed in a light weight, sleek, black housings with a brushed metal-look front bezel.
The Pandigital Planet, Nova, and Star provide a superior customer experience through advanced features and functionality, The Planet and Star come with Android 2.2 and the Nova with Android 2.3. The tablets offer an excellent viewing experience with 7-inch full-color LCD displays. The Planet and Nova offer a 600×800 resolution, and the Star’s thinner width utilizes an 800×480 widescreen resolution and easily fits in one hand.
FRONTIER launched 10.1-inch atom tablet with Android 2.2 or Windows 7 for the Japanese market.
The Intel Atom N455 tablet comes in two model variations, meeting different customer needs and requirements, a cheaper one with Android 2.2 Froyo (model FT102-16) and with windows 7 (model FT102-32).
It can also be used as a netbook, by connecting a wireless keyboard and adjusting its body side arm, achieving a PC usability. For faster OS and application startup, the tablet comes with an SSD drive of 16GB or 32GB (depends on model). It’s equipped with a 1.3M WEB camera and a standard voice recorder, for taking notes on important meetings or hearings. FRONTIER tablet’s battery life is about 3.5 hours (depending on use), but can hold up to 8 hours by an extended battery (optional).
LG (Korea) announced, that its LGU+ division (3G data service provider in Korea) and iriver will launch iriver tab (ILT-MX100) Android 2.2 tablet in Korea.
Iriver tab with its specialized educational content apps (3,500 different lectures, Naver, Hancom Office, Korea’s largest Internet bookstore, Google maps, Android market, e-books, e-magazines, dictionaries and more), will target elementary/middle/high school students and office workers.
The 3G/WiFi Android 2.2 (Froyo) tablet comes in white color and has a simple, but yet modern design. Its 7-inch WSVGA (1024 x 600) IPS display supports HD videos (at 720p/1080p) and various multimedia features. With LGU+ 3G data network and WiFi the user can take advantage of the entire mobile Internet anytime. With its battery 4800mAh the tablet can holds up to 8 hours, which makes it ideal for use in public transport, schools or libraries.