Posts Tagged ‘September’
Fujitsu announced its ARROWS Tab Wi-Fi – a WiFi model, waterproof tablet for the Japanese market.
Yesterday, Fujitsu announced (in Tokyo) the release of its new tablet – ARROWS Tab Wi-Fi.
The ARROWS Tab Wi-Fi is equipped with a fingerprint sensor and is IPX5/ IPX7 water-resistant. It has a 10.1-inch color TFT LCD WXGA (1280 × 800) display (Saku Saku touch-panel). The device is powered by 1GHz TI OMAP4430 dual-core processor, 1GB of memory, and is offered with 16GB (same specs as the NTT Docomo’s (Xi) ARROWS Tab LTE F-01D model (manufactured by Fujitsu) or 32GB of storage capacity.
Yesterday, Samsung announced the release of its Series 7 CHRONOS notebook for the South Korean market.
The Series 7 CHRONOS is a high-performance notebook, which was unveiled at IFA, Berlin (in September, 2011). The machine comes in two variants – with a Max Screen minimizing bezel width 15.6-inch display (700Z5A) and with a 14-inch (700Z4A) LCD, both Super-Bright (300nit) anti-refelective HD+ displays with resolution 1600 x 900.
Asus is working on an Ultrabook model, which will transform into a tablet too, a type of Ultrabook-Transformer device.
The device will be slim and powerful as an Ultrabook, but will also have a swivel screen which will transform it into a tablet PCs. The ultra-tablet device will be exhibited at 2012 Computex Taipei, and will be launch along with the release of Windows 8 in September 2012. Intel has also some design ideas of Ultrabook models, and one of them is to support a swivel-screen. Also, at Computex, Intel is likely to introduce officially its Ivy Bridge notebook processor line.
EAccess’s A01HW eMobile Android 2.3 tablet got a product page.
EAccess promised (10 days ago) that its 7-inch A01HW eMobile Android 2.3 tablet with XGA (1024 × 768) display will be available from September 15th (Thursday), this year.
And now it’s a fact, the black seven incher A01HW eMobile WiFi tablet (manufactured by Huawei) got a product page and is available from eMobile shops (in Japan) – with a price of ¥34,800 Yen (approx. $450 USD).
Yesterday, ARCHOS announced exact availability date and prices of its G9 Android tablets.
The G9 Tablets will launch with Android 3.2 Honeycomb and the G9 range will be available in 20,000 stores worldwide, featuring an ultra fast dual-core CPU – up to 1.5 GHz, Android Market, 1080p HD video and storage capacity up to 250GB.
Samsung launched its 12.5-inch Samsung Series 3 350U – ultrathin and light HD notebook in South Korea.
Samsung announced the launch of Samsung Series 3 (in S. Korea, known as Samsung Sense Series 3) ultraportable notebook series, including the 350U2A and 350U2B. The models are the best choice for consumers who pursue sleek and stylish aesthetic design with excellent functionality and powerful performance. The Series 3 focuses on stylish and streamlined shell design with vivid colors (cherry pink, titanium black and white silver) to complement user’s personality.
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).