Pictured above is ZTE’s upcoming Smart Tab V55, which is heading to Sprint. The device is leaked through Bluetooth SIG. No many details are available yet, but Bluetooth SIG mentions its support for CDMA mobile network and of course Bluetooth.
The Smart Tab V55 runs Android 3 Honeycomb OS.
- Nov 28 Mon 2011 23:35
- Nov 28 Mon 2011 23:33
Korean e-book company is launching in Korea its e-book reading device using Mirasol display. The e-book reader features a 5.7-inch Qualcomm Mirasol display that combines the strength of LCD and e-ink, making it able to display colors and be viewed in direct sunlight.
Kyobo’s eReader Mirasol reader features 1024×768 resolution. It is powered by a 1GHz Qualcomm SnapDragon S2 processor and runs a cutomized version of Android OS. The reader supports WiFi connectivity.
- Nov 22 Tue 2011 23:38
Following the first keyboard case for the iPad, ClamCase introduces the new thinner, lighter all-in-one keyboard case and stand for iPad 2. The case transforms your iPad 2 into a netbook, featuring a full QWERTY keyboard with 14 special keys for iOS functions. The keyboard connects wirelessly to iPad via Bluetooth 2.0.
The ClamCase All-in-one for iPad 2 offers solid protection for iPad 2 as well while providing access to all ports and buttons. The hard shell polycarbonate case protects all sides of your tablet and guards against dents and dings. You can also turn it into a stand.
The ClamCase All-in-One Keyboard Case for iPad 2 is priced at $149.
- Nov 22 Tue 2011 23:37
MIMO Monitors launches two new USB capacitive touchscreen displays, the Magic Touch and the Magic Touch Deluxe. The 10.1-inch USB-powered displays feature 1024×600 resolution, 200cd/m2 brightness, 300:1 contrast ratio and 16ms response time.
The Magic Touch and Magic Touch Deluxe both have capacitive touchscreen, making them ideal for applications as corporate videoconferencing, data entry/capture, smart home entertainment systems, and industrial/manufacturing controls. They come with an adjustable dock/base and the screen can be removed and used independently. The Deluxe version offers two additional USB ports and comes with a AV adapter for additional power supply in case you need for other USB devices.
The MIMO Magic Touch is priced at $299.99 and the Magic Touch Deluxe costs $329.99.
- Nov 08 Tue 2011 23:23
With the new NOOK Tablet joining the line-up, B&N lowers the prices of NOOK Color and NOOK Simple Touch (known as NOOK Touch before) to $199 and $99 respectively. While the prices are dropped, B&N releases software updates to both of them.
NOOK Simple Touch
The NOOK Color is going to have multimedia upgrade offering access to Netflix, Hulu Plus, Pandara..etc services, while the Simple Touch is getting 25 percent faster page turns and longer battery life.
Barnes & Noble (B&N) updates its NOOK line by introducing the new NOOK Tablet, a 7-inch tablet device designed for HD entertainment, intended to compete with Amazon’s Kindle Fire. In addition to B&N’s digital bookstore, the NOOK Tablet also offers access popular movies, TV shows, music and more through the top entertainment services, including Netflix, Hulu Plus, Pandora and others. It features a 7-inch VividView IPS touchscreen display with 1024 X 600 (169 ppi).
The NOOK Tablet is powered by a dual-core TI OMAP4 1GHz processor with 1GB of RAM. Running Android OS, the tablet offers fast web browsing, access to email, and thousands of apps. The 7-inch device supports not only Epub, PDF, XLS, DOC, PPT, TXT documents files, but also MP4, H.264, MPEG-4, H.263, VP8 videos as well as common image and audio formats. It has 16GB internal memory and supports microSD card up to 32GB.
B&N’s NOOK Tablet supports WiFi 802.11b/g/n connectivity. It provides up to 11.5 hours of reading or 9 hours of video without recharging with wireless off. The tablet is priced at $249.