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Coby shows off 8 inch Android MID

Posted in MID by Conner Flynn on September 6th, 2010

Coby’s latest MID is their 810 model and it has been spotted at IFA 2010. The Coby MID810 will feature an 8-inch TFT display with resistive touchscreen capability and buttons built straight into the bezel right below the screen just like you would expect.

Some other specifications include a built-in FM radio and a 1.3-megapixel camera. Nothing on a release date yet, but rumor is that their range of tablets will hit the market sometime in Q2 next year for about $179.

Viliv N5 ships in the US

Posted in MID by Conner Flynn on July 14th, 2010

The Viliv N5 is like a netbook…for tiny people. You’ll get all the specs that you would find in a regular 10″ netbook, aside from the 4.8″ display. But at least you can fold it up and put it in your pocket. Dynamism is even offering same day shipping if you must have it now.

The N5 features a 3G modem for about $799, but if you want a Wi-Fi only version you’ll need to wait until July 19th when it will cost you $649. The Viliv N5 is powered by Windows 7, with an Intel Atom Z520 1.3GHz processor, 1GB RAM, a QWERTY keyboard and a 32GB SSD.

Dynamism Viliv N5 coming to the States

Posted in MID by Conner Flynn on June 6th, 2010

Dynamism will soon to be launching its new Viliv N5 device, which we first saw showcased at CES 2010. The Viliv N5 has a small form factor, measuring just 6.8” x 3.4” x 1”. That’s between a mobile Internet device and a netbook.

The Viliv N5 features a 4.8 inch display with a resolution of 1024 x 600 and a full QWERTY keyboard with a battery that will deliver up to 6 hours of power.

Inventec Dr. Eye Android-powered MID

Posted in MID by Conner Flynn on June 3rd, 2010

It’s not often you come across a gadget that has a name like a Bond villain, but Inventec has done just that, naming its new device Dr. Eye. This new MID opens up like a miniature netbook or notebook, though we aren’t sure why anyone would want a MID like this, what with the popularity of tablet devices.

The device will cost you $400. That’s tablet price territory. Still, if you like it, some specs include: a 4.8-inch touchscreen display, QWERTY keyboard, a 600Mhz Marvell 624 processor, 3G, Wi-Fi, Front-facing webcam, Android 1.6 with the possbility to upgrade to 2.1.

Sungworld launching 7-inch ARM-based Android MID

Posted in MID by Conner Flynn on January 22nd, 2010

Check out this as yet unnamed MID from Sungworld. It’s based on the ARM926 platform and running what else, the Android operating system. The device packs in a 7″ touchscreen display at 800 × 480 resolution, 512MB RAM, a 2GB SSD, Wi-Fi, 1080p video support and an HDMI port so you can watch full HD videos on your TV.

We are hoping it also has a memory card slot, because otherwise that 2GB of storage is a real shame. Looks like it might be available by the end of the month.

EKING S515 MID priced, shipping this month

Posted in MID by Conner Flynn on October 27th, 2009

EKING S515 MID priced, shipping this monthThe rebranded DigiCube Z8 MID phone aka the EKING S515 MID phone is ready to hit the market later this month in China. It runs on an Intel Atom 1.2GHz processor and packs a 16GB SSD, 1GB RAM and a 5″ WVGA touchscreen display. It will be available from Amazon China and will retail for $669. It ships starting tomorrow.

It’s said to be compatible with three of the country’s 3G networks, but only the China Telecom-flavored device is currently available at Amazon China.

Teclast to launch T58 Android MID

Posted in MID by Conner Flynn on September 23rd, 2009

Teclast to launch T58 Android MIDTeclast is back with a new portable media player called the T58. It will have Rockchip’s RK2808 chipset inside for decent performance on-the-go, and of course Wi-Fi connectivity and the touchscreen display is capable of handling 720p video playback.

The device also has support for the following codecs, H.264, RMVB, MPEG-4, AVS and WMV9. The Teclast T58 is expected to retail for about $147 when released. No word on when exactly that will be. We’re hoping it comes with a built-in memory card slot for expansion.

Tainell T500 MID with Intel Atom CPU

Posted in MID by Conner Flynn on August 11th, 2009

Tainell T500 MID with Intel Atom CPUChinese gadget maker Tainell has launched a brand spanking new Atom-powered MID dubbed the Tainell T500. The Windows XP-powered device sports a 5-inch 1024 x 600 touchscreen display with a 1.1GHz Intel Atom Z510 processor.

Some other interesting features include: 1GB of RAM, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, 3G WWAN connectivity and an HDMI port. How about a 32GB SSD and a VGA webcam? Unfortunately we don’t have any info on pricing just yet. Anyway, we don’t expect to see this one outside of China anytime soon.

Intel powered BenQ MID S6 runs Windows XP

Posted in MID by Conner Flynn on July 13th, 2009

Intel powered BenQ MID S6 runs Windows XPRemember the BenQ MID S6 that we told you about last year? The Mobile Internet Device is now available for purchase. The device features a 4.8-inch high-resolution touchscreen display, built-in 3.5G and Wi-Fi connectivity, and has embedded VoIP functionality.

The BenQ MID S6 is the first MID equipped with built-in Windows XP Home Edition and embedded VoIP in Taiwan. In addition to letting you browse the internet at any time, it can also function as a digital photo frame to share all of your pics with family and friends.

3G Viliv S5 MID with SSD starting at $799

Posted in MID by Conner Flynn on June 16th, 2009

3G Viliv S5 MID with SSD starting at $799Dynamism must have a pretty good sense of humor. Made us laugh. They have a $799 price point on their upcoming Viliv S5 Premium MID. Your $799 will get you the entry-level 3G model with a 32GB SSD, Intel Atom Z520 1.33GHz processor, 1GB RAM, GPS navigation, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, all powered by the amazing Windows XP.

If you want a 128GB SSD, you’ll need to add an additional $500, making the final cost a steep $1,299 compared to notebooks with equivalent pricing.

Elektrobit unveils MID reference design

Posted in MID by Shane McGlaun on June 4th, 2009

ebmid-sbMIDs and mobile phones are growing in capability and performance all the time. Intel launched its Moorestown MID platform not so long ago that promises higher performance computing in portable devices with low power consumption.

At Computex this week Elektrobit (EB) has unveiled a reference design for a MID that is built on the Intel Moorestown platform. The design is targeting wireless and PC OEMs looking for a MID design that can be customized to meet their needs.