Category: Exclusive videos

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Pixel Qi wide view capacitive

Posted by Charbax – June 1, 2010

Mary Lou Jepsen demonstrates the Pixel Qi wide angle view capacitive touch 10" screen, with anti-glare layer, wacom touch, two actual Pixel Qi prototypes as well as she explains how the Pixel Qi screen is actually made.

$40 Media Player by Cepa

Posted by Charbax – June 1, 2010

It has everything one needs and will be available from end of year 2010.

Asus Eee Pad runs Windows Embedded Compact 7

Posted by Charbax – May 31, 2010

Here is one very cool looking, ultra thin and ultra light tablet by Asus powered by Windows CE7 and running on an NVidia Tegra processor. It's only 0,48 inches (1,21cm) thick, sports a touchscreen and a built in camera, supports Adobe Flash and is said to have 10hrs of battery life. Asus announced its release for end of 2010/beginning of 2011 but did not reveal the price. According to rumours it will start at $399.

Inventec Dr eye

Posted by Charbax – May 31, 2010

Cool looking pocketable Android powered full computer system by Inventec.

Pixel Qi shows 10″ capacitive

Posted by Charbax – May 31, 2010

Imagine being able to combine the Laptop, Tablet and e-reader into one convertible device, then having a screen technology that enables you to take it outside in the sun! Geeks outdoors in the sun, how cool is that going to be? Imagine also being able to turn off the backlight, increase up to 5x the battery runtime of your Tablet compared to for example the iPad. At Computex 2010, Pixel Qi is finally releasing the 3Qi screen, here demonstrating 10" capacitive touch screen support and with half a dozen or more major partners. Here are some details from Mary Lou Jepsen, CTO of Pixel Qi, about the current status of the mass manufacturing of this technology. Look forward to many more Pixel Qi related videos from Computex 2010 uploaded right here on http://ARMdevices.net

QOOQ tablet culinary coach

Posted by Charbax – May 28, 2010

This is the QOOQ tablet, perhaps worlds first commercially available consumer 10.1" capacitive tablet, has been available only in France since October 2009 (many months before the iPad), it uses a glass panel which is also useful for it to resist the attacks of ingredients in the kitchen as it is water and smudge proof. This product features many interactive recipes, some of them from Frances top chefs, with step-by-step videos. The content is streamed from the QOOQ Akamai servers, over Wifi or Ethernet, with additional recipes being added over the Internet.

The QOOQ is released by the French company Unowhy, the first such customized design released on the Shogo tablet platform from Hong-Kong company Realease, and runs on a Freescale i.MX37 processor with Linux. It currently is sold only in France for 349€.

I’m testing Chromium OS on ARM Cortex A8, Freescale i.MX51

Posted by Charbax – May 27, 2010

Here's a recent build of Chromium OS running on the ARM Cortex A8 Freescale i.MX51 processor platform in a desktop form factor, using a keyboard and mouse on a DVI monitor.

Ubuntu 10.4 optimized for the ARM Processor

Posted by Charbax – May 27, 2010

Ubuntu has been working over these past couple of years with ARM and ARM partners such as Freescale to optimize the Ubuntu OS for ARM Processors. Here's a demonstration of the latest version of Ubuntu 10.4 running on a Freescale i.MX51 development board. In theory this Ubuntu desktop could be sold for below $100 without the screen, keyboard and mouse.

Exclusive: Shogo 10-inch capacitive open-source Linux Tablet

Posted by Charbax – May 26, 2010

Realease is launching this Freescale i.MX37 (ARM11) and i.MX51 (ARM Cortex A8) based Linux open-source Tablet. With a whole range of customized features, on an open HTML5, Qt, Flash even Android-compatible development platform, customizable designs, 1 external USB, 2 internal USB (for adding internal USB 3G dongle and other), motion sensor, camera, ambient light sensor, and more.

It is meant for software developers who want a platform to develop or port their solutions for B2B usages like medical, planes, hotels, or any niche consumer markets where a closed solution is required (unlike the iPad) check for instance the QOOQ culinary coach, a tablet that is derived from the Shogo predecessor.

Qt on Freescale i.MX51 and i.MX233

Posted by Charbax – May 26, 2010

You may have seen my recent video of Qt demonstrated at Mobile World Congress. Here's a demonstration of Qt 4.6 running on two Freescale processors.