German internet provider 1&1 has outed a new Android-based tablet for its home subscribers, a 7-inch touchscreen slate with WiFi b/g/n and the ability to use a USB 3G modem. The 1&1 SmartPad will come preconfigured with various Android apps, including a digital photo frame viewer, ebook reader and weather widgets, and be sold alongside an optional dock with a remote control and subwoofer. Continue Reading
Cisco today unveiled Cisco Cius, a first-of-its-kind mobile collaboration business tablet that delivers virtual desktop integration with anywhere, anytime access to the full range of Cisco collaboration and communication applications, including HD video. Continue Reading
The Archos 7 Home Tablet is an inexpensive Android tablet meant for people who want to access (not create) media like video, audio, images, e-mail and Web content, but don’t have high performance expectations. Aided by the easy-to-use Android 1.5 operating system, I found that the Archos 7 performed these tasks relatively well, but I had trouble navigating to, and controlling, these applications using the device’s touchscreen. Continue Reading
Step 1: Press the “google bar” in order to turn on the keyboard Step 2: Press and hold on the Chinese Characters “中文” until another window show up. Step 3: choose “Input Method” Step 4: choose “Android Keynoard”
This video will show you how to change the language for the Chinese Android Tablet from the default Chinese to English. The video is demonstrate with the Eken M002, other similar models such as Moonse E-7001, M001, M003 will have the same steps.
The enTourage eDGe has been available since early spring and debuted amongst the eReader rabble at CES last winter, so why is it now gaining attention? It could be because the enTourage eDGe is actually closer to an Android tablet than a single-function eBook reader, which was made clear after we spent some hands-on time with the device at CES Line Shows this week. Continue Reading