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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.
T-Mobile outs its SpringBoard and Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus 4G 7-inch tablets in the U.S.
Both devices are powered by a 1.2GHz dual core processor, support 4G, come with a 7-inch display and are loaded with Android 3.2 Honeycomb (Adobe Flash supported). For prices and mobile broadband plans, you can check the product pages of T-Mobile’s SpringBoard with Google and T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus (the 16GB model).
Source T-Mobile US
ASUS announced its 10.1-inch Eee Pad Transformer Prime – Android device.
The Prime finally came.
The Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime is the world’s first tablet to feature the world’s first quad-core mobile chip – the NVIDIA Tegra 3 Kal-El processor (with 5th companion core). The advanced power management features of the Tegra 3, allows the Transformer Prime to be productive up to 12 hours and when combined with the mobile dock up to 18 hours.
The Transformer Prime comes with a stylish metallic swirl design in two colors – Amethyst Gray and Champagne Gold. It has a 10.1-inch (1280×800) Super IPS+ multi-touch (10 finger support) display with 178° wide viewing angle, protected by Corning Gorilla Glass and the new ASUS technology, which enhances the brightness of the screen for a better outdoor reading.
Panasonic unveils its 10.1-inch Toughpad A1 and 7-inch Toughpad B1 rugged business tablets loaded with Honeycomb
Panasonic unveiled its 10.1-inch Toughpad A1 and 7-inch Toughpad B1 “100% Fearless” rugged business tablets loaded with Android 3.2 Honeycomb.
The Panasonic Toughpad A1 comes with a 10.1-inch (1024×768) XGA (4:3), capacitive multi-touch display, powered by 1.2GHz Marvell Dual-Core processor, 1GB of LPDDR2 memory and 16GB of storage. The rugged tablet has plenty of ports including micro HDMI, micro-USB, micro SDHC (up to 32GB), and also offers Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, GPS and 4G LTE or WiMAX mobile broadband (optional).
Lenovo lowered the price of its IdeaPad tablet A1 in the US.
Lenovo just announced that its 7-inch IdeaPad tablet A1 goes now on sale.
The tablet comes with a 1.0GHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor, has a 7-inch (1024×600) capacitive multitouch display, 16GB of storage space, 512MB LPDDR memory and weighs 14.1 oz. The IdeaPad tablet A1 runs Android 2.3 and offers up to 7 hours of web browsing.
Acer and Asus’s initial ultrabook sales are not as expected.
Shipments of Ultrabooks made by Acer and Asus are expected to reach 100,000 units each by the end of this year, which is one third less than their targets (because of the quite high prices).
The price of Asus’s Zenbook UX21 and UX31 ultrabook (in Taiwan), range from $36,000 TWD ($1,205 USD) to $50,000 TWD ($1,670 USD), but the $1,000 USD models sold in the US are not available. Such a price strategy does not meet the consumers’ expectations.
Samsung announced the release of its SERIES 7 CHRONOS notebook in some major countries.
“…we’re pleased to inform that the SERIES 7 CHRONOS 15.6″ will be released in Canada from the end of November.”
“The SERIES 7 CHRONOS will be released in Italy middle of November.”
“We’re pleased to inform that the SERIES 7 CHRONOS Maxscreen 14″ (body 13″) will be released in the USA early December. Enjoy it!