Posts Tagged ‘Tablet

The Dell Streak, previously known as Dell Mini 5 is coming soon, the Mini Tablet coming to the U.S. in this July.
Dell says that the Streak will be available in the U.S for $500 unlocked, through Dell.com, sometime in early July. It was originally thought that it would cost upwards of $1000, so this is a great price for a high-end device.
This news came frome the D8 conference , as Dell’s Ronald G. Garriques was on hand with a demonstration of the new tablet.

2:33 pm: Ron Garriques takes the stage to showcase the Dell Streak, a five-inch Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth mini-tablet.

He first shows a video from a projector via a dock that ships with the device.

2:35 pm: Kara asks the size question.

Garriques answers that the device has to be large enough to experience the Internet, but small enough to fit in your top pocket.

He says he has given up the phone entirely in favor of his Streak.

2:36 pm: Garriques says that the five-inch screen is 100 percent larger than the average smartphone screen.

2:37 pm: Kara asks what Dell is calling it. Garriques says he doesn’t call it a phone or tablet.

He says that in Europe, the device is free with a two-year contract, adding that carriers around the world are looking for device partners who can “delight customers.”

Walt asks about the age range for target customers. Garriques’ reply: Nine to 94.

2:40 pm: The Streak will appear in the U.S. toward the end of July and cost about $500 at Dell.com, unlocked.

Garriques says you can store hundreds of movies on the device, but won’t give a hard answer on storage numbers. He mentions that it has both a back- and front-facing camera.

dell streak mini tablet
[via all things digital]

MSI WindPad 100 is a 10-inch, Intel Atom-powered Windows 7 tablet
MSI just took the wraps off its 10-inch, Windows 7 tablet during the company’s Computex press conference. The tablet is powered by a 1.66GHz Intel Atom Z530 processor, 2GB of RAM, and packs a 32GB SSD that boots Windows 7 Home Premium, though MSI has created a Wind Touch UI layer

msi winpad

[via Engadget]

According to Netbooknews.de, ASUS may be producing a tablet with a Core iX processor under the hood. Expected to contain either a Core i5 or  Core i7 processor, the tablet should ship with Windows 7. Said to have been in development since late last year, it is believed the device may be officially unveiled within the coming weeks. Supposedly different from the now the company’s now confirmed Eee Pad, the Core iX tablet could sport a design similar to the WePad shown above. The rumored price? $750.

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Sursa : BGR

Speculated that ASUS would be releasing a line of tablet computers, it was just a matter of when. Now with news out Taiwan, Asustek Computer chairman Jerry Shen has announced, at a conference in Taiwan, that the company will introduce its tablet PC, the Eee Pad, at Computex 2010, scheduled between June 1-5, and is aiming to launch the device in retail channels in the third quarter of 2010, which sources from component makers revealed will be late July.

To compete against Apple’s iPad, Asustek has strengthened the Eee Pad’s industrial design and has cooperated with Google to adopt its Android platform. Asustek will also add features that iPad currently does not support such as USB, integrated webcam, and Adobe Flash, Shih noted.

As for the impact of tablet PC, Shih expects the device reduce overall netbook demand by 10-20%. The company is also monitoring the tablet PC and e-book reader markets closely to prevent related products stepping into each other’s demand and will maintain flexibility to launch products that suit the fast-changing market demand.

The sources estimated that Asustek’s Tegra-based Eee Pad will be priced at NT$15,000-16,000 (US$479-510) after bundling with telecom carrier services, and total shipments will reach 300,000 units in 2010.

In additional news, Micro-Star International (MSI) is also ready to launch its tablet PC, the M Pad, in the third quarter of 2010, but is conservative about initial shipments to prevent inventory buildup. MSI’s current strategy is to observe Asustek’s Eee Pad sales performance before deciding the strength of its shipments and marketing push.
There are no real spec sheet released yet, but we know the Eee Pad will have an Nvidia Tegra processor. Also to compete with the iPad it will have some features that the iPad doesn’t, like USB, integrated webcam, and Adobe Flash. ASUS also has a marketing plan that will involve a carefully timed release of the Eee Pad that will not be affected by the current tablet PC and e-book reader markets. Sources say that the new Eee Pad will cost around US$479-510. If anyone has the means to make Android based tablets mainstream, it definitely would be ASUS.

Sursa : BlogsDna

camangi androidCamangi WebStation a intrat pe piaţă în decembrie anul trecut. A fost recunoscut ca prima tableta  de 7-inch android.Camangi este gata să elibereze o nouă versiune care oferă actualizări de firmware şi mai multe aplicaţii superioare clienţilor. Compania a lansat tableta android, versiunea actualizată înainte de expedierea iPad, se pare că societatea a stabilit că acesta sa nu lipseasca din batalia Apple vs.  Google.

Sursa: Camangi

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