Usually known for its e-reader technology, Netronix are venturing into the world of the tablet with the launch of this tablet with a 9.7 inch display and powered by a Freescale i.mx51 processor. The tablet is expected to be released around the middle of May with a price tag of about $250. There is a short video demo here on YouTube.
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There are a few new tablets on the market at the moment such as the Motorola XOOM and the Apple iPad, but this is the new tablet from Acer, the W500 it is a cool looking device offer a decent ten display and optional docking keyboard. This tablet is due to be released in Europe soon and later in the USA, although the exact date is not yet known.
Its seems that since the launch of the of tablet computing devices, manufacturers having been trying to make netbooks out of them and in the case of the MSI Dual Pad they appear to have succeeded.
First seen at the CES, MSI brought out this interesting device, that is neither laptop or tablet, just a bit of both that have been mashed together.
Basically, the two tablets are held in place with a casing, this
It may have only been announced a couple of weeks ago, but it seems that HP are looking to get the TouchPad tablet device out into the store as soon as possible, in fact it could become available as early as late March or early April.
Currently the HP TouchPad will be the only tablet on the market that features the webOS 3.0 operating system. However, it is believed that the first models will only offer Wi-Fi, w
The A112 tablet is an addition to the Hanvon range of tablets, the Hanvon HPad A116 being launched at the CES 2011 in Las Vegas. However, the HPad A112 will be offering a lower screen resolution and slower processor, apart from that the two devices are very similar.
It seems that the Hanvon HPad A112 will be shown off for the first time at the CeBit Show in Germany next month, although it is not expected to be going on sale until the second half of the year, when it will be priced around $545.
When Best Buy started advertising the about to be launched Motorola XOOM Tablet device, it had a price tag of $800, imagine that! This of course is for the top of range model that sports Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, however it has now emerged that there will be a XOOM offering just a Wi-Fi only option for $600. That is $200 difference, where does that price difference come from?
10.1 inch display with 1280 x 800 pixel resolution,
Samsung have made a surprise announcement by launching a follow up on the Galaxy Tab Android Tablet, this new tablet the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, offers a 10.1 inch capacitive WXGA TFT touch screen display with a 1280 × 800 pixel resolution, it will be powered by a 1 GHz Dual Core processor, it will offer the user a 2 MP front facing camera and larger 8 MP rear facing camera with built in LED flash.
It has been a matter of about a day since HTC launches the seven inch Flyer Tablet at the Mobile World Congress 2011 in Spain and already Amazon in Germany has a page up for the device.
The Hardkernel ODROID developer tablet will be one of the first tablets to ship using the latest Samsung Orion Exynos 4210 as well as the Mali 400 GPU Core processor. It is believed that the Orion is expected to come with a dual core Cortex A9 processor with 1 GHz too. the device will offer a the user a 10.1 inch display including a multitouch capacitive touchscreen with 1366 x 768 pixel resolutions, it will be powered by the Samsung Exynos 4210 dual core processor and will be running the latest Google Android 2.3 Gingerbread as the operating system.
There is a video available on