This 130gr super compact FWVGA 854x480 Android 2.2 tablet with ARM Cortex A8 1ghz 45nm omap3630. Although it's a resistive touch screen, it is the most reactive and best looking resistive touch screen that I have seen thus far. This Android 2.2 device is extremely compact, offering comparable Android 2.2 experience to the HTC EVO and Droid X, though at a fraction of the price, for $199 for the 16GB model, it comes with HDMI output and support for all video codecs at up to 720p and with pretty high bitrates even for advance profile encodings. In this video I also try to demonstrate some of the performance for web browsing.
Probably one of the most affordable 10.1" capacitive Android 2.2 ARM Cortex A8 45nm tablets, with beautiful built-in HDMI output and full sized USB host, it'll come starting at $299 for the 8GB model with MicroSD slot, it's amazingly thin and light, 480gr that is 30% less heavy than the iPad and it's got 12% more screen surface area than the iPad.
The world's cheapest Android 2.2 device with ARM Cortex A8 45nm processor. It's got a 2.8" QVGA resistive touch screen. But, it can really do most things basic Android users want. It's less than half the price of the iPod Touch.
Archos first 7" capacitive Android tablet, with ARM Cortex A8 omap3630 1ghz processor, it's 300gr in weight, very thin and it costs $275, that is less than half the price of the similar Samsung Galaxy Tab.
This is the new Archos 32 Internet Tablet, with a 800mhz ARM Cortex A8 omap3630 processor based on 45nm process, it playsback all video codecs at up to 720p requiring no video convertions, suport composite video output, bluetooth, WiFi b/g/n, comes with 3.2" resistive (but good) touch screen.
This is the first 2.8" capacitive Android 2.2 smart phone, targetted by Huawei as a new low cost Android phone.
This is Samsung's new 799€ Android tablet. Comes with a glass capacitive 7" LCD touch screen, a back facing and front facing camera, 1080p video playback support on the HDMI output of the Docking Station connector (codecs and bitrates specifics are to be confirmed). It's quite compact for a 7" tablet and it's quite light at 380 grams.
Here are the full specs of this Samsung tablet:
Network: 2.5G (GSM/ GPRS/ EDGE) : 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz
3G (HSUPA 5.76Mbps, HSDPA 7.2Mbps) : 900 / 1900 / 2100 MHz
OS: Android 2.2 (Froyo)
Display: 7.0 inch TFT-LCD, WSVGA (1024 x 600)
Processor: Cortex A8 1.0GHz Application Processor with PowerVR SGX540
Camera: 3 MP Camera with Auto-Focus and LED Flash
1.3MP front camera for Video Telephony
■Android Market™ and Samsung Apps for more applications and contents
■Readers Hub, Media Hub, Music Hub, Social Hub (nicht überall verfügbar)
■Adobe Flash 10.1 player support
■Full HD video playback, Thinkfree Office, Swype, Hybrid Widget
Connectivity: 30 pin connector
WiFi 802.11n / Bluetooth® 3.0
Sensor: Gyroscope sensor, Geo-magnetic sensor, Accelerometer, Light sensor
Memory: 16G / 32G internal memory with up to 32G external memory slot
RAM: 512 MB
Size: 190.09 x 120.45 x 11.98mm, 380g
Battery: 4,000mAh (7 hour movie play)
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This is probably so far the coolest looking ARM Powered laptop to be released broadly on the market. The first ARM Cortex A9 based laptop. Runs an optimized Android OS with custom web browser from Opera Mobile and I am guessing, the full Chrome browser for ARM may be able to run on this eventually as well. This laptop is being released right now for around 299€ or $299 with WiFi and a bit more for the version with built-in 3G modem.
Philips is launching this new Android based media player. It is based on the Freescale i.MX51 ARM Cortex A8 based processor and officially comes with support for the Google Marketplace and is going to be sold for 249€.
This is Toshiba's new 10.1" capacitive Tegra2 powered Android tablet.