Little information was leaked about this mysterious tablet PC before Hasee Lipad surfaces, and it seems that we should give appreciating applause to Hasee’s good job in keeping Lipad in secret. Now ahead of its eventual launch, the specs for Lipad are finally revealed to the public. Lipad, the very first attempt waged by Hasee in tablet PC, is purported to have the very similar features as ViewSonic ViewPad 10. Packed with a Tegra 2 chipset, Lipad also stores Android 2.2, a 10.1-inch touchscreen with 1024*600 resolution, 512MB of RAM, 8GB of storage, a 1.3MP camera, sporting Wifi, multitouch, Bluetooth and G-sensor, with a dimension of 275mm*178mm*43.6mm.
Based on the images that leaked previously, Hasee Lipad … Continue
Tegra 2, considered the most potent chipset for tablet PC, has long been the first choice for slates of notable brands, such as Toshiba, Asus, LG and Advent Vega, to ensure an overall fast and smooth performance. Of course, the use of Tegra 2 will invariably raise manufacture cost and naturally bring up the prices. Here DVC P10 is going to challenge this conception by purporting that there exists affordable Tegra 2-based slates (Advent Vega is relatively less expensive among aforementioned), and it may be the most affordable Tegra 2 tablet PC.
Surely, price is not the only factor which makes a slate stand out among a variety of slates pervasive in the market. Something … Continue
Advent Vega has been announced not long before a very similar android tablet, ViewSonic ViewPad 7, comes into our sight. Advent Vega can be considered high-end tablet among so many newly launched tablets, so it’s always good to see a similar android 2.2 tablet make an appearance. Though we are not sure whether ViewSonic, a display and screen maker rather than a smartphone or PC maker, can do a brilliant job, let’s welcome a new member joining into android tablets family. ViewPad, sounds like some apad or epad, what a familiar name! I guess the maker’s mind was occupied a little by iPad, either a competitor or a master which can be learned from.
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I cannot specify why I draw a contrast between Huawei Ideos S7 and Walgreen Maylong M-150. Possibly, it isbecause they hit the tablet market at the same period of time. One belongs to the sort of medium price with common medium features, like Huawei Ideos S7 and ZTE V9 while the other has low price but mediocre features, such as Walgreen Maylong M-150 and Cherrypad America tablet. Of course, the yardsticks are those noted and expensive tablets, such as Advent Vega iPad and Samsung Galaxy. At any rate, tablet market is now boisterous with the competition clamor of various tablet pcs. The following is the contrast of specs between the two, Huawei S7and Maylong.
IPad is definitely the benchmark of tablets, ushering a grand tablet era. The keyword “iPad” will invariably appear in almost all the related articles about the newly announced or launched tablets. For instance, tablets no better than iPad can be called iPad clone, such like Cherrypad America; tablets can match with iPad in some ways can be named as iPad competitors, iPad rival or iPad contender, such as Dell Streak, Samsung Galaxy, HP Slate and Advent Vega. How about tablets better than iPad? What can we call it? There is no specific name for it since up till now no tablet can really threat the unique place of iPad. If any, we may … Continue
Steven Jobs’s remarks about android-based tablets and the 7’’ size two days ago somehow stirred not a little response. What’s said by such a influential person like Jobs may evolve into two direction, golden saying or arrant nonsense. But it seems that not everyone will agree with this genius, doubts and disputes are unavoidable.
Well, Jobs is quite confident in their Apple OS, since it works brilliantly with their successful mobile devices, ipad and iphone. The numbers of global sales and the fever of Apple fans readily prove the truth. He is bold to make such remarks in an era when android tablets are mushrooming at an amazing speed and 7’’ becomes the popular size for tablets.… Continue