The AC700 has an Atom N570 processor, 16GB of storage, and 2GB of RAM. There’s also a 1.3MP webcam, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, 2 USB 2.0 ports, HDMI out, and a 6 hour battery life. Best of all, it’s available right now.
The Motorola XOOM WiFi sports a 10.1-inch (1280 x 800) display, a 1GHz nVidia Tegra 2 dual core processor, Google Android 3.1, a 24Whr battery, 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, a 2MP front-facing camera, and a 5MP rear camera with auto-focus and a LED flash. Are you getting one now?
Better get yourself a dedicated GPS before they no longer exist. Since you can find them built into smartphones and other devices, we may not see them for much longer. And if you happen to want one, check out the Magellan RoadMate 5175T-LM.
It features Wi-Fi connectivity so you can download maps and updates when you are within a wireless hotspot. It sports a large 5″ high resolution touchscreen display as well as many unique applications that help you do things like find your local favorite places and more.
That’s right. Now when you are stocking up on all of your other supplies at Walmart, you can also pick up the HP TouchPad 32GB WiFi for $599. To refresh your memory, the HP TouchPad features a 9.7-inch (1024x 768) touchscreen display, a fast 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor and a front-facing 1.3-megapixel camera.
Other features include an accelerometer, a light sensor, Bluetooth, a micro-USB port, a 3.5mm headset jack and a 6300mAh battery. At least you can get it all at one place.
The latest gadget to pass through the FCC is the GoFlex Satellite hard drive from Seagate. Right now, if you want to add a network attached storage device to your network it is a time consuming process of connecting cables, finding a location for your drive near a router, and configuring your network. Seagate will make this process a whole lot easier with this device.
The device packs in 802.11 b/g/n WiFi capabilities, allowing you to add the Satellite to your network without stringing wires from your router to the drive. This also means you can put the Satellite anywhere you have network access. Nothing on pricing or release yet.
Itching to get Android 3.1 on your WiFi Xoom? Well, we have some good news. Google said yesterday that the new limited edition Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be getting updated to Android 3.1 in the next couple of weeks, and it looks like it will be the same with the WiFi-only Xoom.
Motorola has announced that it will get the update “within the next several weeks.” That’s good news right? They also said that the Verizon 3G Xoom is rolling out over the air this week as well. This is definitely good to hear.
The Lookee TV is an internet TV and radio player that connects to your home network. It comes in three models: a table-top model, a portable model, and a set-top box. All are equipped with TV out with support for resolutions up to 720 x 480 pixels.
The Lookee TV can receive over 30,000 streaming radio stations and over 1,000 streaming TV channels for free. You can also use the Lookee TV as a digital picture frame or a media player. It will play videos or picture slideshows from the integrated SD card slot and it has a line-in audio jack for connecting with your iPod or an MP3 player.
LG Electronics has announced the BD670 Blu-ray 3D player. It features Smart TV Access and Integrated Wi-Fi connectivity, which means that you can get thousands of movies, apps, shows and online videos straight to your TV from your wireless Internet connection.
You can also download a special app for your iPod touch, iPhone or Android-based smartphone that turns your handset into a remote control for the BD670. The LG BD670 Blu-ray player also uses 1080p up-scaling of standard DVDs for near high-definition viewing.
Sprint has announced that they will be launching the WiFi-only version of the Motorola Xoom on their network on May 8th, so now it is official. The device will cost $599.99. The Android Honeycomb tablet features a 10.1-inch 1280 x 800 touchscreen display, a 1GHz dual-core Tegra 2 processor, a 2.0-megapixel front-facing camera, and a 5.0-megapixel rear-facing camera with dual LED flash.
Other features of this tablet include 1GB DDR2 RAM, 32GB of storage space, 3G (optional), WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, 720p HD video recording, 1080p Full HD video playback and Android 3.0 Honeycomb.
Want to know where to find the FCC label on the HTC Flyer? This handy drawing will help. If you really love the device you can display it on your fridge like a proud parent. The 7-inch Android device has just been approved by the FCC. It appears to be a WiFi-only model, also tested for BlueTooth compliance, but lacking 3G.
Hopefully you took care of your pre-order last week. Now all you need to do is wait for this $499 piece of Gingerbread. We hope that it ships soon now that we have this cool drawing.
Good news for our friends in the north. Dell has announced that it will launch the WiFi-only version of its Streak 7 Android tablet in Canada on April 29th. The tablet will cost you $399.99 via Dell Canada.
You might remember, the Streak 7 features a 7-inch 800 x 480 Gorilla Glass capacitive touchscreen display, an NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, a 1.3-megapixel front camera, a 5.0-megapixel rear camera, 16GB of internal memory, a microSD/SDHC card slot, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth and Android 2.2 is running the show.
You might remember, the device features a dual-core 1GHz Tegra T20 processor, 16GB of storage, dual cameras, and an upgrade to Android Honeycomb (3.0) at some point. So if you pre-ordered one, it should be arriving soon. Check that mailbox regularly.
If you were waiting for Dell to release a WiFi-only version of the Dell Streak 7, it looks like you are in luck. The guys over at StreakSmart have discovered a WiFi-only mobile device from Dell that received WiFi certification from the WiFi Alliance.
The device is model number M02M002, which syncs up with the 3G + WiFi Dell Streak 7′s model number M02M. Since the device has been certified to be single-mode WiFi-only, this can only be a WiFi-only version of the Dell Streak 7. Dell had never officially announced that they were going to launch one, so this is a nice surprise. The device was even spotted on Amazon up for pre-order at $379.99, though we don’t have any ship dates.
At GDC 2011, Satoru Iwata and Reggie Fils-Aime revealed a ton of info about the 3DS. As far as video content, the news is that the 3DS will get Netflix this summer as well as the ability to pause a video on your handheld and continue watching on your Wii.
We aren’t sure but we assume that you can also do the same with an XBox or PS3 as well. Nintendo is partnering with AT&T to provide free WiFi access at 10,000 hotspots starting in late May. It will also use the SpotPass passive connection feature that works even when no game is in the system and when its in sleep mode, to download new content.
We now have official word on the Xoom’s pricing thanks to Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha. Reuters is reporting a price of $799 for the 32GB Honeycomb tablet when bought with 3G (which will be upgraded to 4G) from Verizon without subsidies, while a WiFi-only version will cost only $600.
That price is in line with the 32GB iPad, but the 3G Xoom is $70 more expensive than the Apple alternative. We don’t know when those models will be available, but rumor is that pre-orders or reservations could begin as early as tomorrow, with the tablet launching in full next Thursday.