Posts Tagged ‘tablets’
ARCHOS unveiled its ARCHOS 70b – a low-cost 7-inch Android 3.2 tablet.
Two days ago, ARCHOS announced the prices and availability of its low-cost Android 3.2 Honeycomb internet tablet.
The ARCHOS 70b tablet comes with a 7-inch (1024 x 600) capacitive multi-touch screen, which is powered by a 1.2GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor, 3D graphics, 512MB memory and 32GB of storage space (expandable to additional 32GB via the micro SD card reader). The tablet has a front facing camera, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v2.1 and includes plenty of apps – Google Calendar, Google Maps, Google Talk, video chat, YouTube and access to the Android Market. It also offers a mini HDMI port through which the user can connect a monitor or a TV.
Samsung Galaxy Note became a Digital Time Management tabletphone.
Now, Samsung Galaxy Note will help you become more effective in your office works with offering you Franklin Planner Activity Note (a digital-based time management tool) via Samsung Apps (Samsung’s application store). The app is developed in collaboration between Samsung and Webplan and is best optimized for the Galaxy Note device.
ZTE announced the Global Launch of its 7-inch HD Light Tab 2 tablet
Today, ZTE Corporation (Shenzhen, China) announced the global launch (twitted about an hour ago) of its second-generation ZTE Light Tab 2 tablet in Hong Kong, Spain and Indonesia. The global launch will continue in Europe, France, U.K. and in Asia in Malaysia from early 2012.
The Light Tab 2 is 12.6mm thin, and is equipped with a 7-inch (1024 x 600) WSVGA HD TFT display, powered by 1.4GHz Qualcomm single core processor, 4GB of storage space and 512MB of memory. It comes with two cameras onboard, a 0.3MP CMOS front-facing camera and a 3MP rear camera with autofocus and 1.6x digital zoom. The tablet also supports Dolby surround sound and video playback formats including H.264, MPEG4 (720p) and Flash.
Yesterday, Qualcomm renamed Qualcomm Stadium to Snapdragon Stadium.
Qualcomm Incorporated is temporarily renaming Qualcomm Stadium to Snapdragon Stadium, so as to promote its Snapdragon mobile processors. Renaming Qualcomm Stadium will increase consumer awareness of the Snapdragon processors, which power more than 300 smartphones and tablets devices worldwide.
Qualcomm’s stadium renaming is collaboration between the City of San Diego, the San Diego Chargers and the San Diego Bowl Game Association.
Apple is planning to launch a 7.85-inch iPad next year.
Apple is planning to launch a 7.85-inch iPad in late 2012, in addition to its new next-generation iPad, which the company prepares to release around March, next year.
Global tablet shipments are expected to reach 60 million units this year, of which 70% will be Apple’s iPads. And so as to step in front of the competition, Apple might launch iPads with 7.85-inch displays, with the help of LG Display and AU Optronics (AUO). The 7.85-inch iPad models are likely to be seen in Q3 of 2012.
Asus uploaded official photos of Transformer Prime vs Zenbook UX21.
Both devices look incredible next to each other and their appearance too. The Prime is a bit thicker, but let’s not forget that it’s a two-in-one device and is not called an Ultrabook. It will be interesting to see how the rumored upcoming Ultrabook of Asus (with its swivel-screen) will look next to the Zenbook. But for now we will have to wait till next year, hopefully at CES in Las Vegas.
LG signed with Intel to make its LG CINEMA 3D Smart TVs WiDi-enabled.
Today, LG and Intel signed an alliance to collaborate in enhancing LG’s CINEMA 3D Smart TVs with embedded Intel Wireless Display (WiDi) technology. From next year LG will be the first to offer its CINEMA 3D Smart TVs will WiDi onboard. This convenient feature will eliminate the user’s need of purchasing a separate external WiDi adapter and will offer a more accessible way of sharing and viewing high-definition content (stored on Ultrabooks, notebooks and tablets) directly on LG’s CINEMA 3D Smart TVs.