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Netbook Navigator Nav 9 Tablet

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on March 30th, 2010

Here’s another tablet option for those looking for a new tablet. The Netbook Navigator Nav 9 tablet is now available for purchase for $599. Some features include a 8.9-inch (1024 x 600 pixel) multitouch display, a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N270 CPU, 2GB RAM, and a 16GB solid state disk (supports up to 128GB).

That’s not all. Some other features include WiFi, Bluetooth, three USB ports, an SD card slot, a SIM card slot and optional 3G. The device measures 10-inches x 6.6-inches x 0.8-inches thick and uses a 3-cell (2200mAh) battery.

JooJoo tablet now shipping

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on March 25th, 2010

If you prefer the Joo Joo to the iPad, then we have some good news. Fusion Garage has announced today that its tablet PC has started to ship from the factory at long last.

If you were one of those who pre-ordered the tablet, you’ll get yours as early as March 29th, while everyone else can claim their spot in line with $499 in cold hard currency.

Archos 9 Tablet gets upgraded to 1.2GHz Atom Z515 processor

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on March 23rd, 2010

Well looky here. The Archos 9 tablet has just received a processor upgrade, from the original 1.1GHz Intel Atom Z510 CPU to the 1.2GHz Atom Z515 CPU with Hyper-Threading and Intel Burst Performance Technology. Even with the upgrade, the device still sells for the same $549.99 price tag, so that’s a bonus.

To remind you, some other specifications of the Archos 9 tablet are an 8.9-inch display, 32GB SSD, Windows 7 Starter Edition, and 1GB of RAM. Looks like now is the time to buy it.

Kindle apps for Tablet Computers

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on March 22nd, 2010

Looks like Apple and Amazon can share some common ground with eBooks. Amazon has outed its Kindle Apps for Tablet Computers, which also supports Apple’s iPad. It functions just like the iPhone Kindle app, with Whispersync technology and it will let you access all of the books you have purchased for the Kindle.

What this means for the future of Amazon’s Kindle eBook reader, we have no idea, but if we had to guess, we’d say that Amazon is cutting their losses and staying in the market however they can.

Neofonie introduces WePad tablet

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on March 18th, 2010

Thanks to some clever wordplay, you might never guess that this Wepad is not the iPad. Well, if you are an idiot anyway. The Neofonie WePad comes from the Germans with an 11.6″ display at 1,366 x 768 resolution, an Intel Atom 1.66GHz N450 processor, GMA 3150 graphics, and a battery that will last for up to 6 hours.

Some other specs include a webcam, some USB ports and a memory card reader. There’s even a UMTS modem so that you can connect to the WePad App Store.

Toshiba plans home tablets for late 2010

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on March 10th, 2010

Toshiba wants a slice of the tablet market just like everybody else, so it will be rolling out its own line of tablets to compete with the iPad. The company thinks the line will arrive sometime later this year, or early 2011 if that doesn’t work out.

Toshiba isn’t entirely new to the tablet market. They had previously rolled out the Journe Touch in Europe last year. No word on what OS Toshiba’s new tablets will run, but our guess would be windows. It’s also way too early to talk price.

Freescale’s 7-inch tablet runs Android, Chromium OS or Linux for $200

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on March 9th, 2010

The $200 smartbook reference design debuted at CES this year and now it’s back, with the same price and 7-inch enclosure, but it now has an expanded OS compatibility. They have adapted the open source Chromium OS and another Linux variant to the ARM architecture and they have an Android option in the works as well.

They are working on enhancements and user experience now. One of the enhancements will hopefully be a capacitive touchscreen. Right now it requires a mouse and keyboard. Maybe we will see it hit retail soon.

Wacom Cintiq 21UX with 2048 Pressure Levels and Back Touchpads

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on March 1st, 2010

If you like Wacom’s Cintiq display tablets, you’ll really like their new 21-inch model, the Cintiq 21UX. Wacom says that it has better pen performance and ergonomics and their new Grip Pen has their new Tip Sensor technology that requires near-zero pressure to start painting. It also boasts 2048 levels of pressure, double the previous model. How about eight programmable keys on each side of the tablet, over the bezel?

The most interesting feature is the two touch strips on the sides of the tablet, on the back of the bezel. They operate like mini-trackpads, which can be used for four functions depending on the application. Just change the function with your thumb using a button on the front of the tablet and use your middle or forefinger to manipulate the touchpad up and down.

Haleron iLet Mini HAL Tablet

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on February 28th, 2010

If you have decided against the iPad due to it’s price and the Joo Joo just isn’t doing it for you, then maybe the 7″ iLet Mini HAL might be the tablet for you. It sports a 600MHz VIA CPU and a 7″ touch screen with 2GB of flash memory and the Android 1.6 OS.

Those specs aren’t great, but hey at least it’s an affordable tablet at $199. And that storage is expandable via SD card and the OS is upgradable anyway. Some other features include Wi-Fi, 128MB of RAM, a USB port, and a 16 hour battery life.

Viliv S10 Blade starts at $699

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on February 26th, 2010

Viliv’s S10 Blade was introduced at CES this year and now the Atom-powered tablet is making waves all over again. It’s available for pre-order at Dynamism for a starting price of $699. Of course if you get all the bells and whistles, it will likely cost a lot more than that.

But at least you can get in on the action and stare at that 10.3-inch resistive multitouch screen for a dollar under $700.

OpenPeak OpenTablet 7 tablet computer debuts

Posted in Tablet PC by Shane McGlaun on February 16th, 2010

The tablet market is going to be hot this year with a glut of new tablets coming to fight the iPad. Many of the tablets will be appealing to users looking for a computer and an eReader since they can be used as both. The OpenTablet 7 device was unveiled at MWC today.

The tablet has a 7-inch multi touch TFT LCD with LED backlighting. The tablet also offers WiFi, Bluetooth, cellular connectivity, HDMI output, and dual cameras for taking still shots and HD video. The tablet also has a microSD card slot for storage and a USB port.

Huawei SmaKit S7 Android Tablet

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on February 15th, 2010

Huawei has introduced its 7-inch Android Tablet prototype at Mobile World Congress 2010. The device supports information-sharing across screens to present the same content at the same time on computers, cell phones and TV screens.

The SmaKit S7 tablet also allows you to easily access local information, visit social networking websites and shop from online application stores. It can be connected to a home gateway, TV or Android handsets to provide an integrated home solution. Some other features include a 7 inch wide touchscreen with a resolution of 800 x 480 with a customized Android user interface and special customized home screens.

TRUtablet 8.9-inch Multitouch Tablet

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on February 14th, 2010

TRUtablet is launching the TRUtablet 9, a new 8.9 inch multitouch tablet that runs the Windows 7 Home Premium OS. It’s no iPad, but it’s priced like one. It will cost you $649 and up.

Some of the tablet’s features include 1GB of RAM (upgradable up to 2GB), up to 128GB SSDs for storage, 3G, and GPS. There’s also WiFi, Bluetooth, a 1.3MP webcam, three USB ports, and an SD card slot.

Notion Ink’s Adam Tablet to have Flash, 1080p, twice the battery life of the iPad

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on February 9th, 2010

What’s not to love here? Flash, a longer battery life, and 1080p for starters. This is how Notion Ink is hoping its Android-powered Adam tablet will win your heart. Apparently they’re toying with the idea of launching two different models, one 12.9mm thin and one 11.6mm thin, which suggests different display options.

CEO Rohan Shravan told SlashGear that with the Nvidia chip and Pixel Qi screen, the Adam will boast a battery life at least twice as long as the iPad. Then there’s the 1080p video where the iPad has only 576p, and as mentioned Flash. This could be your new favorite tablet.

ExoPC gets torn apart for your amusement

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on February 7th, 2010

You might remember that $599 8.9-inch ExoPC that we showed you last week. Well, its already been lovingly torn apart for your gawking eyes.

Just from the pictures of the tablet, you’ll easily see an Intel Atom N270 CPU, 945 chipset and 2GB worth of RAM. It also appears to have a free SIM slot on its edge. Another obvious thing is the fact that the ExoPC looks like its built pretty solid.