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Saygus Vphone

Posted by Charbax – January 6, 2010

Here is the first Marvell PXA 310 based Android smart phone released to the market.

You can find the specs at http://www.saygus.com/vphone

USB 3.0 superspeed

Posted by Charbax – January 6, 2010

The USB Implementers Forum are showing new USB 3.0 devices.

Lexmark Interact S605 and Lexmark Platinum Pro905 touch screen printers

Posted by Charbax – January 6, 2010

Lexmark are using embedded Linux, 4.3" capacitative touch screens, WiFi and Ethernet Internet connections directly to the printer in combination with their Flash Lite based applications and features, one can automatically print things from the Internet.

Information about the Lexmark Interact S605: http://www1.lexmark.com/products/view/All-in-Ones/Lexmark-Interact-S605/catId=cat10004-category&prodId=5370-product

Information about the Lexmark Platinum Pro905: http://www1.lexmark.com/products/view/All-in-Ones/Lexmark-Platinum-Pro905/catId=cat10004-category&prodId=5474-product

Asus Chairman Jonney Shih talks about the Asus ARM based Smartbooks in the works

Posted by Charbax – January 6, 2010

Basically, he says Asus are working on ARM Powered laptops, they are just not going to show them yet. I asked him off camera afterwards if the EeePad Asus Tablet rumor was for real and if Asus was working on any Android devices, he said they were working on it but not showing anything for now.

Asus Chairman Jonney Shih talks about Linux, Android, Chrome OS on laptops

Posted by Charbax – January 6, 2010

Basically, he is saying that Asus prefers to use Windows only for now.

PicoChip Provision Fem2cell technology

Posted by Charbax – January 6, 2010

Fem2cells can help create better wireless broadband networks based on 3G and White Spaces technologies. PicoChip Provision provides the chip that powers most Fem2cells in the world.

Cortex-A9 browsing example

Posted by Charbax – January 6, 2010

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WiFi is bad at CES, video-uploads coming later

Posted by Charbax – January 6, 2010

I am not able to get enough bandwidth or any connection at all on the WiFi hotspots at the CES press events at the Venetian hotel (is CES not really interested in having bloggers blog about their tradeshow?), the Venetian press room has no working wifi and 6 ethernet cables to share among 2000 journalists. Also, the $10 daily WiFi access at my hotel room at Imperial Palace constantly drops off so I can for now not upload my first CES HD quality videos.

So for now I send you this blurry picture:

Today, I have seen some awesome looking ARM Powered laptops powered by Marvell and Qualcomm and the Lenovo one looks really great.

I will upload my videos daily as soon as I have access to the real Press Room at the convention center, perhaps starting tomorrow, where I am sure that they will provide hundreds of megabits per second upload speeds.

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I have arrived in Las Vegas

Posted by Charbax – January 5, 2010

And here is what you can find in all Radio Shack stores in the USA, the Archos 5 Internet Tablet (8GB) selling right there for a very affordable $249 price. If Archos markets this device the right way and provides a perfect Android firmware for it with full Google Marketplace integration, and soon announce 3G and 7" versions and solutions for Camera and Compass, I think Archos has a huge opportunity right there to make a very big influence on the market.

You can follow my extensive HD quality video coverage from CES here on http://armdevices.net during the next few days.

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Lenovo Skylight is a Snapdragon ARM Powered Laptop to be shown at CES

Posted by Charbax – January 5, 2010
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I am really looking forward to see them demonstrated at CES. Anyone would like to speculate how good the Web Browser might be at this point? Consider the rumor is that the Lenovo Skylight will ship in April, which may mean that some software optimizations are still being worked on including full Javascripts, Flash, Video playback and 3D all to hopefully be optimized by hardware acceleration. What kind of optimized Linux software do you think this device might be using?

Also what do you think the actual prices might be? The rumor is that the laptop may come with 20GB on-board memory and 2GB of cloud storage.

The rumor is that it is super thin and light and still may deliver more than 10 hours of battery life when 3G surfing on its 10.1" high resolution screen.

Photos and details on pricing are being released on blogs: see netbookchoice.com and enjoy following pictures:

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