Marvell is showing a demonstration of Chromium OS running on their Armada 510 processor. There are still a lot of optimizations that need to be done to utilize hardware acceleration to optimize the web browser speed.
It has a wacom stylus touch input.
Here's a first look at Samsung's 9.7" e-ink e-reader device with Wacom touch input. In the background you can also hear opinions by Nate the great of the mobileread.com forums.
Here's another 7" Android tablet, which can also be used as a TV remote control.
It runs Windows CE for now, but they are working on an Android version as well.
It has both a 6" e-ink screen and a 3.5" capacitative touch screen LCD that runs Android. So the Android screen is thus able to do all kinds of advanced things and interact with contents to send over the the e-ink screen.
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Hivision which I filmed in my very popular video from IFA 2008 have worked very hard to port Android to their latest ARM9 500mhz 7" mini Laptops. They offer an extremely impressive fast and Android integration, with a surprisingly fast Android web browser over WIFi and Ethernet. The price for the laptop at retail could be $149, more or less, it depends on the distributors.
They borrowed me their 7" Android Laptop for the next few days. I am very impressed with the speed of web browsing on this device. I will do an extensive video review one of these next few days, especially showing you the web browsing speed considering this version of Android is not even yet optimized by Google for Laptop form factors.
Sling releases a new interesting type of Slingbox that connects to existing USB host port on DVRs and then enables to encode the TV channels and broadcast them in real-time over the Internet upload connection onto a Sling Player that the user would have on the Internet.
Nino Marino, Product Manager of Sling Touch Control 100, demonstrates the product.
LG Expo with add-on projector is using an 1ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon runs Windows Mobile 6.5.