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Kobian launched Mercury mTab2 7-inch low-cost tablet for the Indian market.
The Mercury mTab2 tablet weighs 365g and is “a faster, lighter and smarter device” than the Mercury mTab.
The mTab2 tablet runs on Google’s Android 2.3 Gingerbread and supports Adobe Flash 10.2. The tablet is powered by a 1GHz Cortex A8 dual-core processor, 512MB of DDR3 memory and 8GB of storage.
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.
Newsmy’s 8-inch NewPad P9 is one of the two world’s first tablets running Android 4.0 ICS.
Many posts have been published on the internet over the last few days, about the world’s first Ice Cream Sandwich tablet – the Rockchip Android 4.0 PAD, which is powered by a Rockchip RK2918 processor (Fuzhou Rockchip Electronics Co.,Ltd.).
So, is it possible a tablet, which just a few weeks ago was capable of running only Android 2.3 Gingerbread, to run ICS? The answer is – Yes.
Yesterday, Engadget posted some photos (at Engadget China) of two Fuzhou Rockchip prototype tablets, running Android 4.0 ICS.
On one of those photos (the above one), our eyes spotted the name of the tablet – NewPad P9. Although a prototype, it is clearly that this is the 8-incher – the NewPad P9 tablet (below) with its front facing camera situated on a specific and unique place.
Yesterday, Pandigital announced the launch of its new 8-inch SuperNova Android 2.3 tablet in the US.
Pandigital’s new SuperNova delivers powerful performance with advanced features and functionality for seamless interactivity with the latest digital applications and content.
The tablet has a 1GHz (Samsung S5PV210) Cortex A8 processor and 512MB memory, which power its 8-inch (600×800) TFT LCD capacitive multi-touch screen. The processor with a dedicated graphics engine provides fast response times and enhanced performance for playing games, watching movies or browsing the web. It is also equipped with 4GB of storage space, WiFi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth v2.1, two cameras (front and rear) micro HDMI port, mini USB and a micro SD card reader (up to 32GB).
Toshiba announced its new Thrive 7″ 7-inch tablet with Android 3.2 for the US.
The Thrive 7″ features a brilliant Hi-Res display, offering a tablet experience with entertainment-optimized features in an incredibly portable design that weighs under a pound.
The Thrive 7″ tablet’s 7-inch (1280×800) LED backlit AutoBrite multitouch display comes with Toshiba’s exclusive Adaptive Display and Resolution+ video enhancement technologies. The tablet’s stereo speakers with sound technologies from Toshiba and SRS Labs deliver rich audio and more natural sound and enhanced clarity in music and movies.
Today, Sharp announced the discontinuing date of its 5.5-inch and 10.8-inch Galapagos e-book Android tablets in Japan. Sharp released the Android 2.3 update on 25th of July, this year and both tablets were supporting Flash Player 10.1.
The 5.5-inch Sharp Galapagos (EB-W51GJ-R/ EB-W51GJ-S) and 10.8-inch Sharp Galapagos (EB-WX1GJ-B) e-book tablets are still selling in Japan. The 5.5-inch (1024 x 600) Galapagos comes in two colors – red and silver and weighs just 220g, while the 10.8-inch (1366 x 800) model comes in silver and weighs approximately 765g. Both tablets have a TFT LED backlit LCD with touch screen capabilities, Compliant IEEE802.11b/g WiFi, microSD (micro SDHC up to 32GB) card reader, mono speaker, mini USB and a power Trackball (5.5-inch tablet only).
Today, Lenovo announced IdeaPad Tablet K1 (32GB) and ThinkPad Tablet (16GB/32GB/64GB) for the Japanese market.
Lenovo Corporation (Tokyo, Japan) announced the launch dates of the IdeaPad Tablet K1 and ThinkPad Tablet . The two tablets have 10.1-inch (1280×800) glossy, multi-touch screens, 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 Dual Core ARM Cortex-A9 processor, 1GB of DDR2 memory and plenty of ports (including HDMI and USB). The tablets are running Google Android 3.1 Honeycomb with Adobe Flash Player 10.3 support.