Featuring the medical invasive blood pressure MPX2300DT1, the ultra small absolute barometric sensor MPL115A and the water level demo DEMOAPEX.
I am a big fan of the e-reader market, it helps people read again, as TV and the Internet has taken over more and more of people's time, the e-readers makes it possible to read any book, any article at any time with a quality up close near to paper quality.
I filmed an early Android e-ink prototype at CeBIT that was showcased by Gigabyte, now Freescale is pushing further the use of Android as the software stack for e-ink e-readers with the i.MX51e development board demonstrated in this video. This could mean awesome use of feed readers, where articles, blog posts could also be beamed from the Chrome browser extension directly to your Android based e-reader. The feature of adding text contents from your laptop to your e-reader could become really really powerful.
Featuring pocket size touch demo DEMOMPR031 (4 µA current consumption with ITO pads) and Freescale appliance touch control hob demo. I filmed this at the Freescale European headquarters in Toulouse.
Acorp is releasing the EM501R, 4.8" Android Rockchip RK2808 powered tablet to be sold at only $88 (for distributors buying at least 1000 pieces). This is the Acorp 5" Rockchip 600mhz ARM9 based Android tablet. This sized tablet fits just fine in most pockets and provides better view of web browser, video and apps than on a 3.5" phone.
Delta Electronics and Japan's Bridgestone Corporation have developed this 13.1 inch color e-paper prototype.
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This tablet has a nice design, it's compact and light for a 10" capacitive Android tablet. It comes with a HDMI output for 1080p video output, USB host ports, is based on the ARM Cortex A9 based Nvidia Tegra 2 processor.
Here are the specs:
Processor: Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core ARM Cortex A9 at 1ghz
Screen: 10.1" 16:9 1024x600 Capacitive touch-screen
Storage: 512MB to 1GB SLC, 2GB to 32GB iNand (depending on the chosen configuration)
RAM: 512MB to 1GB DDR2 (depending on the chosen configuration)
Inputs/outputs: Mini USB, Mini HDMI output, Headphones, MicroSD
Connectivity: WiFi b/g, Bluetooth (optional)
Other: G-sensor, built-in stereo speakers
Battery: 3500mAh lithium polymer
OS: Android 2.1
Size: 253 x 164 x 12.5mm
Android usually takes about 30 seconds to boot. Ubiquituous, somehow, has made their QuickBoot solution to work for the Freescale i.MX51 processor, where Android can boot in about 1 second. In this video a full Android OS is demonstrated booting from complete power off in about 1 second.
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