Intel’s determination and ambition to march into mobile PC market is firm and self-evident thought up till now there is no proper Intel chip available for tablet PCs in affordability and compatibility. So it becomes natural Intel to take some measures to make it appear more acceptable on mobile PC devices. Keeley Lake, released by Intel on Computex and good proof of Intel’s of tactics to solve its dilemma, is a hybrid of tablet PC and notebook, sharing the similar concept with Asus EeePad Transformer.
Keeley Lake also consists of a tablet PC with a touchscreen and a docking station with keyboard. The tablet can be used independently or able to work as a notebook together with … Continue
The first 7-inch android 3.0-based tablet, ViewSonic ViewPad 7x, has just let go off its mysterious wrap at some corner on Computex in Taipei. ViewPad 7x features a Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor, a 7 inch touchscreen with resolution 1024*600 pixels, dual cameras, ten-finger touch, SRW TruMedia, a weight of 380g, sporting HSPA+ network and HDMI output.
ViewPad 7x takes a very gorgeous design. In spite of the common front, this device appears rather charming in the back shell, which is painted the bright red color and full of triangle patterns. Compared with the stunning designs of smartphones, it is time for designers to attach more importance to the look and feel of tablet PCs. ViewPad 7x … Continue
It becomes inevitable for designers and manufacturers to concentrate more on Flytouch series and enrich their functionalities due to the continuing demand. So it is a natural step to bring an integrated 3G module to Flytouch 3 though some may deem that they can do without a packed-in 3G stuff since Flytouch series all sport well external 3G. Well, do not underestimate the temptation of voice call on a 3G-enable tablet PC.
Now here comes a Flytouch 3 with internal 3G module. It looks almost the same as Wifi-only version, but under scrutiny, we can find there is one difference in port. The RJ45 port located in the bumped part on Wifi-only model is replaced by a … Continue
Asus’s slogan “Pad or Phone” for its next new product has been tantalizing us as to what innovative design this mysterious shall take. Though this phonelet will cast it wrap soon on the occasion of Computex 2011 in Taipei, we are able take a good look at what this Padfone looks like from the leaked out pictures earlier than its official debut. Based on the revealed images, Padfone is designed with a phone-dimensioned area on the back to accommodate a smartphone, which turns to a host of the tablet with the help of HDMI and USB ports.
However, just one day before the leakage of Padfone’s pictures, a smartphone called TransPhone announced by CMIT, a new smartphone manufacturer, … Continue
It seems that Dropad A8X bears much connection with Dropad A8 just as what their similar monikers demonstrate. Indeed, Dropad A8X comes with specs almost the same as Dropad A8 with the only difference which lies in processor. Instead of powered by SamsungS5 PC210 CPU like Dropad A8, Dropad A8X is bestowed with a Samsung PC110 processor, which offers similar functionalities as PV210 but consumes two thirds less power than PV210 does, and hence a higher price.
Apart from a 1GHz Samsung PC110 processor, Dropad A8X also features android 2.2, 512 MB of RAM plus 512 MB of ROM, 8GB of flash memory, a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen with resolution 800*480, a weight of 470g. As for design, Dropad … Continue
It is still hard to wrap off the mysterious cover of Philips’ first tablet PC named as GoGear Connect 7 though several spy shots have already been revealed to the public. Based on the leaked shots, GoGear Connect 7 has a 7-inch touchscreen just as its moniker suggests, and there is a front-facing camera at the upper part of the screen but we do not know how much pixel this camera is. Instead of android Honeycomb, GoGear Connect 7 will run android 2.3 Gingerbread with processor unknown still.
GoGear Connect 7 takes a very simple, crisp and clean design, painted with elegant white varnish in the main part just like many Philips phones look like. On … Continue
While we are still absorbed in the lingering charm of Pantech’s Vega Racer, a 4.3-inch smartphone with an amazing 1.5GHz processor announced just a few days ago, Pantech now intros another 1.5GHz smartphone with a monstrously broad 5-inch touchscreen, which might bring this phone an acclaim of being the largest smartphone to date. Monikered as Vega No.5, this giant phone shares many similarities with its brethren, Vega Racer, both inside and outside.
Vega No.5 comes with almost the same specs with Racer except for screen size, featuring a 5-inch touch screen with resolution of 480*800 pixels, a 1.5GHz Qualcomm MSM 8660 dual-core CPU, android 2.3.3, 1GB of DDR2 RAM, a 8MP camera sporting 1080p video recording, Wifi … Continue
So much attention is devoted to the introduction of tablet PCs and smartphones and there is need to shift my focus on some little gadgets to avoid monotony and singleness. And as for mini gadgets, I tend to pay more attention to those all kinds of speakers because of my peculiar obsession for listening to music. There is certain limit to enrich the functionalities of a speaker, so the design may appear very important. The mini speaker here takes a design of a little baby, with pink color and chubby body. On the back of the perpendicular area, there is power switch, DC in and audio output. The main part of the back is occupied by … Continue
The feature of video conferencing has been the long-awaited expectation of android tablet users, who hope that the front-facing camera is not just a negligible ornament but means something. Now Ramos’s strategic partnership with wireless development division of Tencent has brought this into reality and the first fruit they jointly generate is to enable Ramos W12, an android 2.3 tablet, to do video chat.
The 8 inch Ramos W12 is powered by Rockchip 2918 processor, which somehow corresponds an unnamed RK2918-based tablet capable of QQ video chat spotted on the Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2011. But the looks of the two render this presumption impossible. Ramos W12 takes a unique design with curved lines on … Continue
Walkman series cell phones used to contribute tremendously to the booming and flourishing of Sony Ericsson, and they will continue to be Sony Ericsson’s center of effort on the way to smartphone market. Following the step of W8i, the first android-based smartphone of Walkman family, Sony Ericsson combined with China Mobile intros a new phone of Walkman series running OMS 2.5 platform, WT18i.
Walkman WT18i features a 3.2inch HVGA resolution of touchscreen, OMS 2.5 as operating system, an 806MHz Marvell PXA 920 sporting TD-SCDMA network, around 150MB of storage with microSD card expansion up to 32GB, a 3MP camera. WT18i also comes with integrated Walkman music player, 3.5mm earphone jack, stereo speaker, FM radio, support for … Continue