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Recently, Winmate Communication INC. launched eight new rugged tablets with Cedar Trail processor.
The rugged tablets ID80 and ID83 Series are based on Intel’s latest Atom dual-core processor, N2600 (1.6GHz) and come with a passive cooling heat sink design (fanless), with temperatures ranging from -20°C to 55°C (depending on the model).
Yesterday, Eurocom launched its 17.3-inch full HD Panther 4.0 super-notebook.
Panther 4.0 is the world’s most powerful Super-Notebook. It has a 17.3-inch full HD (1920 x 1080) display (a choice of matte, glossy or 3D). The machine is equipped with Intel X79 Sandy Bridge-E Core Logic and a desktop Intel Core i7-3960X (6 cores/12 threads – 3.9 GHz with 15MB of L3 cache) Extreme edition processor with 130W TDP, using LGA2011 socket (Intel Xeon processors supported too).
Ainol gets official with its new $79 USD 7-inch NOVO7 PALADIN tablet
Today, Ainol confirmed officially the price of its NOVO7 PALADIN tablet (which was announced quietly last week), and now the company is showing off its capabilities.
The NOVO7 PALADIN comes with a 7-inch (800×480) capacitive dual touch screen, powered by Ingenic’s JZ4770 ultra-low power 1GHz XBurst processor and Vivante GC860 graphics chip, which is capable of decoding HD video in 1080p. In addition it is equipped with 8GB of storage (for system files and data), 512MB of DDR2 memory, WiFi, Bluetooth and external support for 3G. The tablet runs Android 4.0.1 ICS and also got its Linux kernel updated to version 3.0.8.
ASUS UK tweeted Amazon UK has gone live – Transformer Prime will finally come to the United Kingdom.
A few hours ago, AsusUK tweeted “Amazon.co.uk have gone live with their Transformer Prime pre-order page”. So, those lucky ones of you who live in the UK will have the chance to pre-order one in time for Christmas, and get the Prime on January 12th, 2012 (sadly, Santa will delay not only in the UK).
The Eee Pad Transformer Prime is the first tablet featuring Tegra 3 (Kal-El) quad-core processor (with a fifth – companion core). Asus did an exceptional tablet, which operates at exceptionally low power, and is also the most powerful one, now days.
A few days ago, Ainol released quietly another new ICS 7-inch tablet in China – NOVO7 PALADIN.
The NOVO7 PALADIN tablet model is powered by Ingenic’s JZ4770 SoC ultra-low power 1GHz XBurst processor (under MIPS architecture) and GC860 graphics chip, which is capable of decoding 1080p HD video. It comes with a 7-inch (800×480) capacitive two point touch (dual touch support) screen, 4GB/ 8GB of storage space, 512MB of DDR2 memory, WiFi, Bluetooth and external support for 3G.
Lenovo just twitted (about an hour ago), that its 13.3-inch IdeaPad U300s Ultrabook is now on sale, just before the Christmas holydays.
The IdeaPad U300s (10802AU) is equipped with 1.6GHz second-gen Intel Core i5-2467M Dual Core Processor, 4GB of DDR3 1333MHz (PC3-8500) memory and a 128GB SATA SSD drive. Its 13.3-inch (1366×768) HD Glare display is powered by the integrated Intel HD Graphics 3000.
The Ultrabook also comes with a 1.3MP Camera, HD Audio (Conexant CX20671), Sound SRS Premium Sound, Intel 1030 WiFi + Bluetooth (combo), USB 3.0, USB 2.0 and an HDMI port. The machine runs Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit and has a 4-Cell Li-Polymer battery. Lenovo offers its Ultrabook in two colors – Clementine Orange or Graphite Gray, and with One year warranty.
The $100 USD Novo 7 or the first Ice Cream Sandwich based tablet got sold out already.
Yesterday, MIPS Technologies and Ingenic Semiconductor announced their Novo7 Android 4.0 based tablet or the “World’s First Android Ice Cream Sandwich Tablet”. The most interesting of all is, that this low-cost 7-inch tablet, runs the latest Android OS and sales for just a bit less than $100 USD.
The Novo 7 is equipped with Ingenic’s JZ4770 SoC, which is an ultra low power high performance application processor with a powerful 2D graphic and video engine. The JZ4770 is powered by Ingenic 1GHz XBurst processor core and supports many peripherals, including WiFi, 3G, Bluetooth and TV module connecting.