This new Windows 8 RT on ARM device is a bit like the Asus Transformer Prime but Asus does not want to call it a Transformer Book, it's running Windows on ARM only, no dual-boot with Android for now (my guess is maybe they change their mind by the release of this device in October or whenever Windows 8 is released). This is kind of a prototype, although the hardware is pretty much the same as the Asus Transformer Prime with Tegra3, this one has 2GB of RAM.
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This huge 18.4" Asus capacitive tablet runs on an ARM Processor (yet unannounced) and when docked, it can switch to Windows 8 on Intel Windows 8 and switch back to ARM Android.
3 engineers from http://www.allwinnertech.com talk about how they are using Linaro, what they are looking to get from Linaro, how they want to work with Linaro at the Linaro Connect Q2 2012 conference.
Watch this 7-minute Shenzhen factory tour, see how they are assembling the $55 (soon $49) Boxchip A13 7" Capacitive tablet. This Shenzhen factory assembly line currently cranks out about 4000 such tablets in a days work. If you like this video, you should also watch my Shenzhen Speakers Factory video that I posted last month.
Here they are cranking out a few thousand Boxchip A13 and Boxchip A10 motherboards every day.
The new Quad-core ARM Corte-A9 processor from Freescale is about to be launched in devices, as shown here at the PCB design house in Shenzhen that is currently working on the PCB optimizations/finalizations before mass manufacturing of this i.MX6 Quad-core based ICS Android tablet. Yooe plans to sell it for somewhere between $220-$250 depending on their final target manufacturing price. 100 samples are to be manufactured in June, and at least 5000 should be made in July. You'll soon be able to buy samples of this device on ARMdevices.net, check back for info on that.
This new Dual-core 9.7" tablet sells now for around $200 in Shenzhen.
This company sells thousands of the Rockchip RK2918 9.7" IPS tablet for around $150 each.
This 7" MiuMiu tablet design seems nice featuring the new AmLogic AML8726-MX Dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 procesor with a Mali-400 GPU.