This company is making a bunch of interesting Android tablets, based on the Telechips ARM11 processor, with 1080p video playback support, built-in HDMI outputs, resistive screens for now and cheap prices.
Sony is launching Move as a motion sensing gameplay solution. It functions with a remote that has this color light bulb thing with a camera and Cell processor powered software in the PS3 that monitors where you move the controller and its ball, and thus can register movements into games. Will camera based systems reach the same kind of “magical” feeling in gameplay as the Wii sensors based system does?
Interpad is a German brand releasing this 10.1″ capacitive ARM Cortex A9 Tegra2 based Android tablet design for 399€ all over Europe. This tablet design is manufactured by chinese manufacturer Malata as you can see from my Computex video filmed last June: 10 Inch Capacitive Android Tablet by Malata.
A pretty cheap D1 resolution, Flip-style camcorder. It can be ordered for about $25 each when ordering a thousand pieces.
Here’s a low cost Android tablet from AAPPAA Technology(HK) Limited that runs on the Telechips processor.
Mastone is presenting their finalized 7″ 4:3 aspect ratio Android tablet, powered by the Freescale i.MX51, with 3G sim card support.
Eken has this low cost Telechips based Android tablet. They can sell it for $95 per tablet for orders of at least a thousand pieces.
Android or Windows CE 7″ resistive tablet with 3G sim card support.
PocketBook is the third biggest e-ink e-reader maker and in this press conference they explain how they plan to become the biggest e-reader maker during the next couple of years. At IFA 2010, PocketBook is launching their new series of highly optimized e-readers that are targetted to be sold for good value, pricing and worldwide release will be around October.
CEO of PocketBook is presenting the new 603 Pro e-ink e-reader with 6″ digitizer pen e-ink touch screen, WiFi, Bluetooth, 3G and a bunch of embedded Linux features to allow for many new innovative uses.
9.7″ e-ink with Wacom touchscreen, 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth, 2GB built-in, battery for 7000 page turns
9.7″ e-ink screen, WiFi and Bluetooth, headphones, 2GB built-in, battery for 7000 page turns
iRiver is releasing this new 6″ resistive touch screen based e-ink e-reader. One to be launched at 219€ does not include the WiFi while the 249€ version does include WiFi.
iRiver has added WiFi to their e-ink e-reader and here they demonstrate wireless access to online book stores.
This one will be released for 139 pounds with a 29 pound leather case USB keyboard option.
Elonex say they have made their own 1ghz ARM11 processor which they use in this 159 pound 10.1″ resistive tablet with USB host, ethernet (through micro-USB adaptor), WiFi and comes with a fancy 39 pound leather case that includes a USB keyboard.
This is a 549€ Intel Atom N455 based 10.1″ capacitive tablet. It can reboot into Android for X86.
ARM11 based 7″ capacitive Android 2.2 tablet. They will launch this for 399€. I previously unveiled this design at Computex as the 7″ capacitive Foxconn Qualcomm MSM7227 based Android tablet: http://220.127.116.11/2010/06/04/foxconn-7-capacitive-android-tablet/
Here’s a low cost 3D camcorder with a 3D auto-stereoscopic viewfinder display. The camcorder has a built-in HDMI output to output the resulting 720p 3D video to a 3D enabled HDTV. The resulting video can also be converted on a computer to the Youtube 3D video format before uploading.
This 130gr super compact FWVGA 854×480 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.