Category: Qualcomm

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HP Compaq Airlife 100 hit the FCC

Posted by Charbax – January 21, 2010

Wow, so HP is likely going to be pushing the awesome looking Qualcomm Snapdragon powered Android laptop on 3G networks! See my previously posted video of it:

Source: engadget.com

See more videos of this product from CES:

Netbooknews.com's video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIm5BQhvhgk

JKKmobile.com's video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5RdVAEXqCc

Liliputing.com's video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_o3T5w9NDvA

HP's official CES video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LXMl0XISYnY

Andy Clipsham, Product Manager on the HP Android Smartbook, unveils it at the Qualcomm keynote at CES 2010: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sSvGhXa6RdY

Lenovo Skylight at CES 2010

Posted by Charbax – January 17, 2010

An ultra slim awesome looking ARM Powered laptop shown by Lenovo at the CES 2010. It is ultra slim and light, they are currently running a version of Linux customized by Thundersoft to provide basic applications.

LG Expo with add-on projector

Posted by Charbax – January 11, 2010

LG Expo with add-on projector is using an 1ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon runs Windows Mobile 6.5.

Lenovo LePhone (Chinese market Android customizations)

Posted by Charbax – January 11, 2010

It has about the same features as the Nexus One, a 3.7" AMOLED capacitative touch screen, a 1ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. But this one runs a customized Android user interface for the Chinese market instead of running the full Google Experience. It should be sold at below $300 unlocked in China when it is released.

Motorola Backflip at CES 2010

Posted by Charbax – January 10, 2010

A new design for an Android phone by Motorola where the screen flips on the back of the keyboard.

Motorola Cliq at CES 2010

Posted by Charbax – January 10, 2010

Little compact Android Motorola phone.

Lenovo Ideapad U1 Tablet/Laptop hybrid

Posted by Charbax – January 10, 2010

Lenovo is presenting a hybrid ARM Powered Tablet mode that docks into an Intel Core Duo bottom to become the Laptop form factor.

Quanta ARM Powered laptop design at CES 2010

Posted by Charbax – January 9, 2010

Here's one thin really nice looking Android laptop design by Quanta, one of the largest laptop manufacturers in the world.

HP Android Qualcomm Snapdragon Laptop

Posted by Charbax – January 8, 2010

This may be one of the best implementations of Android on an ARM Powered Laptop so far, HP is showing off their masterful customized Android user interface for the ARM Qualcomm Snapdragon based laptop form factor. It has great automatic standby and resume, connected standby, and a range of customized high resolution Android applications, widgets a touch screen and even hardware Search, Home/Menu/Back buttons on the super well made design.

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I am video-blogging using an ARM Powered laptop!

Posted by Charbax – January 7, 2010

This is a worlds first, so does the Lenovo staff tell me. I can insert my SD card from my Sanyo HD1000 into the SD card reader of the Lenovo Skylight Smartbook, and right from within their Firefox based web browser, log-in to Youtube, click upload, select the file from the SD card and simply click to upload it! I actually uploaded this 1280x720 9mbit/s 25MB video clip using their built-in AT&T 3G connection, it took about a couple of minutes to upload over 3G. The same can of course be done faster over WiFi. With more tests to come up, I will try to figure out if the Youtube video-blogging using this ARM Powered laptop can be done just as fast as using an Intel powered laptop. And the ability to constantly upload videos from the bag over 3G and automatic WiFi roaming could be really interesting. The built-in USB host could also host future wireless dongles such as WiMax, White Spaces, LTE or some wireless broadband technologies to make it even faster to upload HD videos using it.

Another really cool thing is that the H264 baseline 9mbit/s 1280x720 Sanyo HD1000 video files playback nearly flawlessly on this ARM Powered laptop using its media player application.