Posted on 11 May 2010 by Android
A new Android based Tablet pc has appeared on China Grabber, a site specialized in products and high-tech gadgets.
The Eken M003, a tablet pc using the Rockchip 2808A processor clocked at 600 MHz and paired with 128MB of RAM, the touch pad designed by Eken and known as the M003 running Android environment 1.5, code name Cupcake.
It offers an 8-inch display in a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels, rendering stereo sound via an integrated audio system or a 3.5 millimeter headphone jack, the connectivity wired Fast Ethernet and wireless Wi-Fi b / g for surfing on the Web and instant messaging, and a webcam associated with a microphone for videoconferencing.
It also has an internal memory capacity of 2 or 4 GB for storing data and an SD / SDHC memory cards up to 32GB (2 GB card is included).
Available in three finishes white, black and pink, with a price under 250$.
Here is a complete list of featured spec:
- * 8 inch high brightness TFT screen
- * Touch screen with icon or menu drag features and auto rotation.
- * Broadband Internet access, 802.11a/b/g Wi-Fi
- * Google chrome lite browser.
- * Email, Word, Exel, PPT, PDF.
- * Support Fring, SkypeOut, QQ, MSN, Gtalk.
- * Wallpaper auto change.
- * Games.
- * Desktop gadget.
- * Storage: nand flash 2GB or 4GB
- * RAM: 128MB 800Mhz DDR
- * SD card slot support capacity up to 32GB, free 2GB SD card.
- * Integrated Stereo speaker.
- * Integrated microphone.
- * Audio in/out put.
- * Color: Black, White, Pink
- * OS: Google Android
Posted on 08 May 2010 by Android
Archos officially announced on thursday their upcoming Android tablet, the Archos 7 HT. Running a custom version of Android 1.6 on a 7-inch display, the new device is slated for launch this May 17 at a low $200 price point.
This tablet wasn’t built to replace a standard laptop computer, this is why Archos is betting on selling it at a price level that many mp3 and mp4 portable media players are priced at.
Apart from its 16:9 widescreen 7-inch display, the tablet will be loaded with 8GB of flash storage that will have a battery able to last users for about 7 hours when playing back video and 44 hours for music. Additional features include 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, microSDHC support, email, photos, eBuddy instant messenger, Aldiko ebook reader, and DailyPaper newspaper reader.
It will lack full Android Market accessibility, Archos is bundling their own AppsLib store for downloading additional apps.
Posted on 05 May 2010 by Android
This morning, Archos released their new android tablet, the Archos 7 HT (Home Tablet) which will be available in 2 storage formats: 2 gig and 8 gig.
Feature wise, we find a 7-inch screen displaying a 800×480 pixel resolution, a microSDHC slot, a WI-FI B/G, 128m of ram, a microUSB port, 2 speakers all running via an ARM9 600MHZ processor. As for compatibility, the Archos 7 can run formats such as MP3, WMA, WAV, APE, OGG, FLAC, AAC and even H.264 720P HD files. With a 44 hours autonomy while running music files and 7 hours running video files.
This android tablet features Android OS 1.5 without the Google applications. You do not have access to the Android Market but you do have access to the Appslib store “made for Archos” which has over 1000 applications.
Posted on 05 May 2010 by Android
Encipher Limited, a company based in Nigeria and the UK, has introduced a 7 inch tablet using Googles Android O/S. Currently, it is not clear where the tablet will be sold or how much it will cost. Continue Reading
Posted on 04 May 2010 by Android
With all these new chinese tablet coming out, the prices are coming down, even this early into 2010 when the android tablet market is still young. If you think, like many others, that the 499$ entry-level price for a 16GB WiFi iPad model is too steep, you might want to consider HiVision’s forthcoming tablet unveiled at the CeBIT 2010 show in Hannover, Germany. With a name like “SpeedPad”, this 7-inch tablet powered by Google’s Android O/S may not come with all the bells and whistles of the iPad, but it should cost you just a fraction of the price and offer you most of the same features. Continue Reading