Asus Eee Note EA800 Available

4 07 2012

Asus Eee Note is a tablet PC of 8 inches and will sell next month. Its price is expected to be less of u$s300. Its name is officially announced and it will be called now Eee Note EA800. Asus has also put an official product page for the Eee Note.

The pads of notes digital Eee Note EA800 will be thrown next month in Taiwan. Its price is expected between US$260 to US$300. This device is fed by a processor Marvel with a screen of 64 tones of gray of 8 inches with 2540dpi resolution. Its battery is 3700mAh and provides up to 13.5 hours of operation mode.

ASUS deems that Eee Note EA800 will last for up to 10hrs continuous use with the wireless turned on, or 14.5hrs with it turned off. It supports PDF, ePub, MP3, JPEG, BMP, GIF, PNG, txt, doc, docx, xls, xlsx, ppt and pptx files.

Asus Eee Note Features:

  • Built-in 802.11 b/g WiFi connectivity
  • Up to 4GB of system memory
  • microSD card slot for expandable its memory
  • USB port
  • 8-inch 64-greyscale display with 1024 x 768 pixels plus 2540dpi resolution
  • Built-in 1W speaker
  • Integrate 2 MP camera

Its weight is 520 gram and is pre-loaded with Linux Operating System.





LG Electronics to launch 8.9-inch Tablet Early 2011

4 11 2010

The world’s no.3 handset retailer, LG Electronics Inc prepares to commence its 8.9-inch tablet device based on an upcoming version of Google’s Android Operating System. The source said, “The device, to run on Google’s upcoming “Honeycomb” operating system tailored to tablet PCs, will be rolled out in South Korea and overseas early next year.”

With the launching, LG search for to jump into the fast-growing tablet PC market that is becoming increasingly teeming with the likes of Samsung Electronics (005930.KS). Handset sellers and PC makers are rushing into the new sort of devices, which Apple (AAPL.O) jump-started this year with its hot-selling iPad.

Coming device of LG will be the initial tablet PC for the company. After its launch, company has a plan to initiate tablets based on the Android 2.2 operating system, known as “Froyo,” the most dependable and appropriate Android version for tablets.

JK Shin, head of Samsung’s mobile division, said, “There’s a controversy whether Froyo is a suitable system for tablet devices, but consumers will make the final call on the issue after using Galaxy Tab.”





Verizon to Begin Selling Samsung Galaxy Tab on November 11th

25 10 2010

Verizon Wireless has proclaimed today that the 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab would be on hand for $600 starting on November 11th. This device will be sold for its full retail price, without any data plan requirements. This tablet will be available on November 11th.

Verizon has proclaimed a $20 month-to-month data plan for Galaxy Tab. It will provide the user up to 1 GB of mobile data on Verizon’s CDMA network. Verizon is offering some unique services bundled into the package, although you won’t be able to make any kind of voice-calls with the new Galaxy Tab. These services are not limited and are:

  • VZ Navigator
  • Slacker Radio
  • V-CAST Music and V-CAST Song ID
  • Kindle for Android
  • Blockbuster on Demand
  • Popular game named “Let’s Golf”

Along with all these facilities, users will also be able to send and receive text, picture and video messaging that is a big plus over the iPad.

One thing is sure. The Galaxy Tab is the first really feasible option to the iPad, and it will show us if the public is willing to buy tablets in general like they do cell phones, or if they are only interested in Apple’s, as happened with its dominant iPad market. We’ll see soon enough in this matter.

 





HP Slate 500 8.9-inch Windows 7 Professional Tablet Pricing Announced

22 10 2010

HP has proclaimed officially the pricing for the HP Slate 500 enterprise tablet. This is 8.9 inch tablet that runs on an Intel chip and is pre-loaded with Windows 7 Professional.

This device is power-driven by an Intel Atom Z540 processor and is available with 2GB of RAM and 64GB of flash-based storage. This device has Windows 7 Professional Edition on board along with 8.9-inch multi-touch display. Interaction with screen has been also made possible via HP Slate Digital Pen which should assist certain business applications. Individuals can also get a front-facing Webcam, a pair of USB ports and a 3-megapixel camera. The tablet will ship with Windows 7 Professional $799.

Its front and back cams support Flash and run in Windows 7. HP Slate is also available with dock which will provide assistance to use your Slate properly. Specifications of this device are as under:

  • Processor: Intel Atom Processor
  • Ports: SIM card slot, USB 2.0 port, SD card slot, a dock connector and microphone jocks
  • Battery life: HP Slate contains 2-cell battery and 5 Hour battery life
  • RAM: 2GB DDR2 RAM
  • Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium
  • Memory: 32 or 64GB Flash Memory
  • Graphics: Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 500 with shared graphics memory, Broadcom Crystal HD Video enhanced accelerator
  • Camera: 3MP Camera on backside and a VGA camera in front
  • Connectivity: SIM card slot for the optional 3G modem. Wi-Fi 802.11b/g and Bluetooth It also has optional GPS
  • Screen: 8.9 inch Diagonal, 1024 x 600 pixel, multi-touch display
  • Weight: 0.67 Kg
  • Adapter: 25W/30W A.C Adapter for U.S and other Countries respectively




    ZTE Launches 7-inch Android 3G Tablet Computer

    13 10 2010

    A Chinese gadget manufacturer ZTE Corporation has proclaimed the launch of its latest best budget Android-based device, named ZTE Light. This tablet supports a 7-inch TFT touch screen offering resolution of 800X480. It assists to make internet more portable with its faster browsing experience. 3G tablet 2.1 that runs Android OS is powered with 512MB RAM and 512MB ROM.

    Publically owned ZTE is great manufacturer of telecommunications equipment and systems. It claimed that ZTE Light is internet friendly tablet and easy to use PC. 3G ready ZTE Light is come up with 3 megapixel camera and a memory card slot for extension up to 32GB. It offers internet access on HSUPA network with a download speed of up to 7.2 Mbps and an upload speed of up to5.76 Mbps. ZTE states 10 hours of battery time.

    GPS navigation, music and video player with Mp4 support, and WiFi is offered by ZTE Light. It is also a good supporter of voice calling on dual band UMTS 2100 MHZ/900 MHZ.

    In India, different telecom service provider companies are planning to launch 3G service in the country by the end of 2010. ZTE Light will hit the Indian market soon. There are no words on ZTE Light’s detailed specifications and price.





    Compumax of Colombia Announces Latest Android-powered Tablet

    9 09 2010

    Do you know about the announcement of Compumax of Columbia about the latest Android-powered tablet? Yes! Compumax has proclaimed the latest Android-powered tablet and its features include a Tegra 2 chipset, a dual core 1GHz Cortex A9 processor, 512MB RAM and a 32GB hard drive. It also contains a folding stand and a pair of USB ports. The company alleges that these tablets aren’t rebranded.

    Two Columbian companies are working on two separate tablet computers, one running Google Android and another running Windows 7. The Compumax Hyper Android tablet is powered by a NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor available with features described above.

    Regrettably, there are no details on what version of Google Android it is running. They will also be releasing another version based on Windows 7. It will cost $387 when it first appears in Peru this October.





    ASUS Unveiled Eee Pad Tablet PCs

    2 06 2010

    ASUS has recently unveiled officially two tablet PCs, Eee Pad 121 and EP101TC at COMPUTEX. These tablets are the combination of versatility and power of Windows 7 laptop. This is a good marketing head start that companies are going with the idea of tablets instead of notebooks PCs. It was the theme that inspired ASUS to design Eee Pad 121 Tablet PC.

    Eee Pad is offered by getting influence from Apple’s tablet PC called iPad that has been the most celebrated tablet computer in the tablet market. Its design aims at e-reading, internet browsing and multimedia applications for the users. However, it is a Windows 7 based tablet, so it can easily be used in other tasks like a simple computer. Though it is small in size but an external keyboard can be connected with it to work.

    Some of its features include:

    • 10 or 12 inches display
    • Windows 7 (Home Premium)
    • Intel Core 2 Duo
    • DDR2 SO-DIMM 2 GB
    • 32 or 64 GB SSD
    • 0.3 MP Webcam
    • SIM Slot
    • Stereo Speakers
    • Polymer Battery

    ASUS has displayed only the concept design, so its final look and feel can not be determined yet. It is expected to be between $199 and $299 though it is not officially announced by ASUS yet.