Posts Tagged ‘Nand flash’
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.
Samsung announced its PM830 mSATA SSD for ultraslim notebooks.
The Samsung PM830 mSATA (Mini-Serial Advanced Technology Attachment) SSD is designed for ultraslim notebooks and comes in four sizes of storage capacity - 32GB, 64GB 128GB and 256GB of cash memory. The drive weighs 8g and measures 50.95 x 30.00 x 3.80 mm, which is one third of a business card. The PM830 is based on 20 Nano Nand flash process technology and supports Mini SATA interface. Samsung already started mass production of the drive.
No word on pricing, yet.
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.
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).
Camangi postpones the launch of its 7-inch Camangi Mangrove 7 WiFi tablet in Japan due to Android 3.2 Update
Today, Camangi (Japan) announced that will postpone the launch of its 7-inch Camangi Mangrove 7 WiFi tablet, due to Android 3.2 Update.
Camangi, was going to release the Mangrove 7 tablet in mid-August (as announced on 5th of July, this year), with Android 3.1 (Honeycomb), but finally decided to load it with Android 3.2 (essential for 7-inch tablets) and release it a month later – in early September. The update bug fixes some application issues and changes the preloaded Japanese fonts. Preinstalled apps - Aldiko reader, Weather, Task Manager, Apk Installer, Note Everything, Camangi Market and Fring.
FIC (First International Computer) Elija 9.7-inch tablet will ship in Japan under the brand of ATR (Atelier Creativo).
Today, FIC (Taiwanese maker of innovative tablets) announced a reseller agreement with Atelier Creativo for the Elija Tablet Series in Japan.
The new Elija comes with Android (2.3) OS, powered by 1GHz Freescale’s i.MX53 CPU, 9.7-inch IPS capacitive multi-touch screen (with ultra-wide 178 degree viewing angle). Equipped with a 2M front-facing webcam (for video chat), a mini HDMI port, mini USB, micro-SD card slot, a 4GB Nand flash as standard storage volume and up to 8GB Nand flash (optional). The Elija tablet series enables Bluetooth 3.0 and three wireless connectivity versions – standard version with Wi-Fi, the premium version with both Wi-Fi and 3G, and the WiMAX version. It also supports up to eight hours of battery life for executing the daily computing.