Category: Tablets

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Toshiba W30t 13.3″ Laptop and Tablet Hybrid with Detachable Screen

Posted by juliusaugustus – September 6, 2013

The first product shown was a Toshiba W30t which is a hybrid laptop and tablet with a detachable screen. The W30t runs on the Windows 8 platform. Similar to other laptop hybrids the W30t keyboard docks includes an additional battery and can achieve up to 10 hours of battery life with the dock plugged in and 5 hours with it removed. The W30t has a 13.3" touchscreen with an unspecified "HD" (probably 1366x768) resolution. Unlike other tablets and ultrabooks the W30t doesn't have a ssd and instead has a conventional hard drive. The product comes with either Intel Core processors or AMD APU's. The price should be 750 USD starting price for the Toshiba and even less with an AMD processor. Expect a Q4 2013 release.

Cambrios is revolutionizing the touch screen industry, interview with their CMO

Posted by Charbax – September 6, 2013

One of the revolutionary new touch screen technologies is created by Cambrios, it's their ClearOhm® Silver Nanowires, that is now the leading candidate for replacing ITO in touch applications and making strides also in OLED lighting, Organic Photo Voltaic cells, electronic displays and others. At IFA, I interviewed Sri Peruvemba who was very excited about the prospects for the technology. Cambrios ClearOhm technology is replacing ITO not only in applications where ITO cannot play (large monitors, All-In-One computers and upcoming flexible/unbreakable tablets, phones and other devices) but also in applications like tablets and laptops and mobile phones where ITO is dominant. They already have many products in the field (see my video with Cambrios from Computex in Taiwan) and are expecting more tier one design wins to be announced in the near future. Already it's public that companies like Samsung, Nissha are investors in Cambrios ClearOhm, that the worlds biggest touch screen maker TPK is building a new factory to build Cambrios ClearOhm based touch screens and that Hitachi is also a customer. The ClearOhm product has better transmission than ITO on film, has better conductivity (since silver conducts 100 times better than Indium), is made on flexible plastic material that is 40% thinner and 40% lighter than traditional touch screens, can enable flexible touch screens that ITO cannot since it is brittle, and it is very rugged. The Silver Nanowires from Cambrios is almost invisible in the touch screen, I could not see any pattern or moire that you would see with other technologies like metal mesh and ITO. Also the Cambrios CMO says that they are price competitive even with inferior technologies, that is amazing. During my interview I examined the touch sensors and could not see any pattern visibility. This is why they are winning new business. How fast Cambrios ClearOhm is going to take over the whole worldwide touch panel market is unsure, Cambrios says that they can produce enough silver nanowire material to be in all 1 Billion smartphones to be sold in 2014 if the markets and if the touch screen device producers demand it. I would definitely like to see hundreds of millions of cheaper, lighter, flexible/unbreakable plastics based Cambrios ClearOhm based Smartphone and Tablet designs invade the whole worldwide market as soon as next year!

Kobo Arc 10 HD Tegra4 Tablet, Kobo Aura E Ink e-reader

Posted by Charbax – September 5, 2013

Kobo is probably the second biggest seller of E Ink e-readers in the world, focusing on many of the markets where Amazon isn't wanting to have a big presence. The new Kobo Aura HD e-reader is awesome, features the thinnest and lightest 6" touch and front-lit E Ink e-reader yet on the market. The Kobo Arc 10 HD is a new Tegra4 tablet with a 2560x1600 screen retailing at 379 Euro in Europe. Kobo also talks about a 1920x1080 7" Tablet to retail at 199 Euros. What do you think about Kobo? I think Kobo is being very aggressive and coming out with very interesting mass market devices selling more and more.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition

Posted by Charbax – September 4, 2013

Samsung releases their latest Galaxy Note 10.1 with a Qualcomm S800 or an Exynos 5 processor inside.

Highlander Android Tablet Solutions

Posted by juliusaugustus – September 1, 2013

Shenzhen Highlander Investment company is a manufacturer of Android tablet solutions. They sell around 30,000 tablet every month. They have factory the size of 2,000 square meters that employs around 100 people.
Products Include:
7" Dual Core Rockchip tablet for 60 USD.

9.7" Dual Core Rockchip tablet for 80 USD.

10" Actions Quad Core tablet for 83 USD.

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5 Seasons shows MT6577 $400 Rugged Phone

Posted by m@ddy – September 1, 2013

KimWan from 5Seasons is showing all sesaons outdoor usable Phablet built with Cortex A-7 MP6577 Quadcore for utterly fast in processing speed.features emdded in are A-GPS,3G,GPS,FM Radio, Bluetooth & WIfi for better connectivity. Shockproof,Waterproof and shock resist makes device quite promising for those who want work on Phablet in all weather conditions. Priced at $400.Having sales of of 2000 units per month.5 seasons a firm from Taiwan outsourcing to China. Rugged cases generally are made from polycarbonate, silicon and different varieties of foams and rubber. Some materials are better suited for certain tasks and may provide better handling or durability. So! have a go Onn with the Rugged Phablet.Tabet of Quadcore MPK CPU priced at $140 having sales of 10K per month.

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Acer Iconia B1 on MT8317T Dualcore 1.2GHz

Posted by m@ddy – September 1, 2013

The 7" Iconia B1 mediatech Tablet from Acer 'fits life on the go' as its tag. Already launched in the market .The Iconia B1 Series makes the journey as rewarding as the destination. At just 7" and about 320 grams, A forward facing VGA camera is placed on the upper right side of the front panel above the 7.0-inch display (600 x 1024 pixels).A micro USB port is located at the bottom of the B1 with a power/sleep button on the upper end of the right side followed by the volume rocker. The earphone socket is located at the top. A little compartment at the bottom near the USB port can be pried open to reveal a well-concealed Micro SD card slot this tablet is small enough to slip easily into your commuting bag, yet big enough to provide a fine view of your favourite media. Read e books and magazines, watch videos, play games -- and enjoy every moment!

features:
Android OS, v4.1 (Jelly
MTK 8317T
Dual-core 1.2 GHz
microSD, up to 32 GB
8/16 GB, 512 MB RAM
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
v4.0
microUSB v2.0
600 x 1024 pixels, 7.0 inches (~170 ppi pixel density)

Reference Link:
http://http://www.infibeam.com/Portable_Electronics/i-Acer-Iconia-B1-A71-Tablet/P-E-PE-Acer-B1-A71.html/en
http://http://tech2.in.com/reviews/tablets/acer-iconia-tab-b1-review/871226
http://http://www.acer.co.in/ac/en/MY/content/model/NT.L15SM.001
http://http://www.gsmarena.com/acer_iconia_tab_b1_a71-5239.php

Orango Technology Allwinner Based Android Tablets

Posted by juliusaugustus – August 31, 2013

Shenzhen Orango Technology is a small manufacturer of Android based tablets. Orango has a factory that employs about 200 people.
Android Tablets Shown
10" Quad core Tablet with an Allwinner A31 processor. The price is around 150 USD for this model.
7" Quad core Tablet with an Allwinner A31s processor. The price is around 80 USD this model.
Their most popular product is a 7" Dual core tablet with an MTK 6577 processor and 512mb of ram. This tablet offers 3g wireless functionality with dual sim. The model is a MT20 and sells for around 85 USD.
A 10" prototype tablet with a RK3188 which is to be released soon.

For those interested Orango's Website http://www.szorango.com/

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Sungale Tablets With Rockchip and Allwinner Processors.

Posted by juliusaugustus – August 31, 2013

Sungale Electronics is a producer of consumer electronics mainly Android Tablets. They produce for stores such as Walmart, Staples and other large box stores. They sell around 10,000 tablets each month. Their primary

Products Include:

10" IPS 1280x800 Tablet pc with an Allwinner A31 Quad Core. Such A device could potentially be sold for 110 USD for 1,000 units.

9.7" IPS non-retina with Allwinner A31 for around. Price for 88 USD for 1,000 units or 2,000 units.

8" 4:3 Rockchip dual core for 75 USD.

7" tablet with unspecified Allwinner processor.

4.3" Pmp with single core Allwinner A13. Sells for 35-36 USD.

Android set top box running on a Rockchip Rk3066 for around 56 USD

A special kitchen appliance with Android running on it with an unspecified dual core Rockchip processor. This sells for 128 USD. I uses a resistive touch screen so that gloves can be used. I myself prefer a resistive touch screen.


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Qualitek Android Tablets plus Media Players

Posted by juliusaugustus – August 31, 2013

Qualitek is a producer of Tablets as well as Media players.
Products shown
4gb mp3 player with bluetooth is priced around 18 USD.

8" Allwinner A10 tablet for 400 RMB or 65 USD.

4gb Gameplayer with a single core actions CPU for 23 USD.


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