Comparison of the PixelQi screen and the I Pad screen in broad sunlight.
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.
Customized Android (1.6), 3,2' resistive screen (480x320), 5 megapixel camera, Qalcomm ARM 11, available soon
The Wi Drive DX-325 is the first device that combines a router, a wireless network adapter and NAS.
It has everything one needs and will be available from end of year 2010.
Usmart's Tab 7 runs Android 2.1 and is powered by an ARM 11 processor. It has a resistive screen, built in WiFi and supports 3G dongles.
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.
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Cool looking pocketable Android powered full computer system by Inventec.
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