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ASUSTeK Japan announced Android 3.0 Honeycomb – update to 3.1 (as promised) for its 10.1-inch Eee Pad Transformer TF101 tablet/netbook.
The Firmware Update will improve and enhance performance and stability, HMTL5 video playback capabilities and Flash, and some other minor OS improvements. The update (update notification message will appears on the Home screen) will be available through WiFi, starting at 12:00am on 26th July, 2011.
Source Asus Japan
Pioneer’s 10.1-inch DreamBook P10+ 3.0 tablet is now available in Australia.
The device, advertised as “One of The most powerful 10-inch Dual Core Gaming ePad with Android 3.0, and Flash Support” has an nVidia Tegra 1GHz Dual-core CPU, up-to 512 DDR2 (667/800MHz) memory. It comes with 10.1-inch (1024 x 600) WXGA multi-touch LCD and its battery life is up-to 6.5hr, when 1080p video is played.
Pioneer released its 10.1-inch DreamBook ePad N10 Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet for the Australian market.
The device is powered by Nvidia Tegra 2 1GHz dual core CPU, 1GB DDR2 memory, 4GB/16G SSD drive (eMMC) and a 10.1-inch (1024 x 600) WXGA multitouch (10-fingers), capacitive LCD. In addition it has a USB port, SD Slot, HDMI port and 2 cameras (1.3M front and 5M rear). It runs Android 3.0 (upgradable to 3.1) Honeycomb with Flash (Adobe Flash 10.2) support, Office, PDF viewer and weighs around 670g (wo/3G module).
Recently MSI showed its WindPad Tablet Series at Computex 2011.
World-class designer Jeremy Scott collaboration with MSI, takes him into new high-tech territory to design the world’s coolest, most stylish tablet computer. The fruits of Scott and MSI’s labor were being shown at Computex 2011.
MSI went the extra mile to provide its WindPads with sophisticated looks, sheathing them in color film, which gives them an extra touch of class and safeguards them from scratching and wear.
The WindPad 110W comes with the new AMD Brazos processing platform and Windows 7, while the WindPad 100A is powered with an ARM Cortex-A9 architecture processor and the latest Google Android OS.
TESO EPC CO. LTD. launched its latest INTEL OakTrail Z670 products – Zpad Z10 and Tpad T10 at Taipei International Computer Show. The company also exhibited its Tablet PC line of products – Gpad G97, Lpad L10 and Teso P10 with INTEL Atom N455 CPU.
Both devices have 10.1-inch capacitive touch screen and built-in GPS navigation. They supports 1080P high definition video. The machines run dual system – WINDOWS 7 and Android 3.0 (upgradable to Android 3.1) and can also be pre-installed with MeeGo. The TESO T10 has the ultra-thin design and thickness almost equal to IPAD. This is a rare quality of the X86 Tablet, which officially will began to ship in mid June this year. Read the rest of this entry »
Computex 2011 – the annual technology expo in Taipei, Taiwan—is one of the top three IT events in the world and is held from May 31 to June 5. It attracted over 1800 exhibitors who share over 5200 booths between them, split between three halls in the Xinyi district of Taipei and the exhibition hall in the Nangang district. Attendees of COMPUTEX 2011 have an unprecedented opportunity to hear from industry visionaries and see public technology demonstrations.
A view shows the booths at the Computex 2011 computer fair in Taipei World Trade Center May 31, 2011.
MSI is also showing the latest stylish notebooks from the C-series and the new G-Series machines aimed at the mobile gamers and variety of tablet models including its new generation WindPad Series tablet. The G Series 17.3-inch GT780 and 15.6-inch GT683R gaming laptops shown at Computex 2011 feature Intel’s second gen Core i7 quad core processor, nVidia’s new generation top end discrete graphics card, and MSI’s own TDE overclocking technology. MSI will be parading its impressive R&D capabilities as it displays four major laptop series.