Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Coby Kyros MID7015 7-Inch Android Internet Touchscreen Tablet

Android 2.1 connects to the world though the touch of a fingertip. The Kyros Tablet is a powerful and flexible Internet and Entertainment solution that features a generous 7" screen with intuitive touchscreen controls powered by the Android 2.1 operating system. Browse the web wirelessly or enjoy media on a sleek and stylish media device. Enjoy 1080P HD videos, photos, music, and more in the comfort of your living room when connected to your TV via HDMI. The Kyros has 4GB of built-in internal memory and features a microSD card slot for upgrading the capacity to up to 16GB. It also allows you to wirelessly access the Internet through a hi-speed networking support and includes more than a dozen built-in applications, each one identified by an icon. Among the included apps are an alarm clock, browser for surfing the web, calculator, email, gallery for viewing and playing videos, music and video player for launching the mobile YouTube browser page to watch Internet videos and more! In addition, the Kyros offers two unique apps, the Aldiko E-Book, for downloading and reading thousands of e-books (which supports the ePub standard) and AppsLib, to browse, download and install apps from the AppsLib marketplace for a complete mobile Internet solution. Features Large 7 inch Resistive Touchscreen Connect to the Internet wirelessly Browse the web and check e-mail Watch videos on YouTube Integrated flash memory Built-in 4GB internal memory microSD card slot(upgrade up to 16GB) Connect and enjoy Full 1080p on your HDTV via a HDMI cable Discover and download apps to play games, check the weather, listen to the radio, and more with AppsLib Download and read thousands of books with the included Aldiko E-book reader application View pages in portrait or landscape with automatic orientation detection Full-size USB connection enables keyboard of your tablet USB 2.0 Hi-speed for fast file transfers Rechargeable lithium-polymer battery

Thursday, March 31, 2011

Tablet PC

Augen 7'' Color Touch Screen Tablet PC Powered by Android™ 2.1

This is just a shortie. I have been in IT for 30 years, since Hard Drives were 10MB per refridgerator sized box. And the one thing that I have always known is your satisfaction is drectly tied to your expectations.

If you expect a $150 tablet to compare to and $800 Ipad youre not only delusional but stupid.

If on the other hand you look at everything ese in this category (plain E-readers) and understand just how much MORE this is capable of, then you are going to get an AMAZING bargain.

There is ONLY one CON and I dont know if they will be able to resolve this for folks like me who own the 1st series, and that is the fact that they all have the same MAC address. The 2nd run shouldnt have that issue and from what I have read it HAS been resolved.
I wish I had bought two.

The GENTOUCH78 is a sleek Android™ powered tablet with a 7" touch screen. The GENTOUCH78 has an 800 pixel wide resolution and a 7" screen, allowing web browsing in full width. Unlike the experience on other mobile devices (small screens and slow speeds), the GENTOUCH78 offers a true web browsing experience, with web pages displayed in full screen. No need of zooming in and out as the text is easily viewable on the 7" screen. The GENTOUCH78 tablet is the perfect device for enjoying and sharing your multimedia content. Enjoy movies, music and photos on the 7" high-resolution touch-screen. You can even watch your favorite movies in HD (720p) on the GENTOUCH78. Includes leather carrying case, USB Cable (for data transfers only) and UL certified AC adapter.

* 800x480 color TFT touch panel screen
* CPU: 800 Mhz
* Ram: DDR2 256mb
* Internal Memory: 2GB
* Expansion Slots: SD/MMC card slot up to 16GB
* Supports Ebook Formats: Text, PDF
* Supports Media Formats: MP3, WMA, FLAC, AAC
* Picture Viewer in JPEG, BMP
* Video Player WiFi: Built-in 802.11 b/g
* Rechargeable Lithium 2100mAh
* Carrying case included
* Unit dimensions: 7.36" x 4.65" x 0.63"

Monday, March 28, 2011

Archos 70 - 8 GB Internet Tablet

Redefine the way you’ll be browsing the web and enjoying HD multimedia with your ARCHOS 70 internet tablet. At home and on the go, you will always have a good reason to use and show this beautiful “window to another world”. With the latest version of Android, enjoy fast web surfing and all your favorite applications, including games with 3D graphic acceleration (rendered with its 3D hardware accelerator) or a soothing eBook viewer. All the functions of a computer: your apps, the Internet, video chat, your photos, music and videos actually fit inside your bag or your briefcase. You can comfortably enjoy your movies or TV shows using the leg stand to prop up the player on your lap or table.The wide seven-inch touchscreen, combined with a g-sensor for automatically switching landscape and portrait views, lets you experience fantastic viewing quality. The 800 x 480 pixel high-resolution display is plenty sharp, for enjoying the details. In addition to the HD resolution, the 16:9 aspect ratio is great for widescreen format video.
The ARCHOS 70 internet tablet has a monster seven-inch touchscreen, for movies and TV shows in HD quality.On top of Android's standard offerings, ARCHOS offers its own exclusive applications for music, video, and photos. Get smooth browsing through your album covers and widgets on the home screen to give instant access to your media. Make your own music playlists, browse your songs and music by favorites, or by files recently played or added.

ARCHOS also makes your life easier by supporting audio and video formats beyond the standards supported by Android. It can even display subtitles and alternate audio tracks, all you have to do is drag, drop, and play.

Other ARCHOS offerings include an internet-connected Photo application with 3D transitions, and the ability to sync your pictures with your Facebook, Picasa or Flickr accounts.
Technical Details

* 8 GB capacity for about 4,000 songs, 80,000 photos, or seven full-length movies; microSD slot for memory expansion
* Enjoy about 36 hours of audio, 7 hours of video, or 10 hours Web browsing on a single charge
* Seven-inch, 16-million-color capacitive multitouch LCD with 800 x 480 WVGA pixel resolution
* Support for MP3, WMA, WAV, AAC, OGG Vorbis, FLAC, and AC3 audio formats; MPEG-4, H.264, WMV9/VC1, Motion JPEG, and MPEG-2 video codecs
* One-year limited warranty

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9

Does this list apply to you? A.) You don't want an iPad. B.) You want a tablet. C.) Ten inches is too big. D.) Seven inches is too small. If so, you might soon be in the market for a Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 ($470-$570). Powered by Android 3.0 Honeycomb and a dual-core 1GHz processor, the 8.9 features a 1280x800 8.9-inch display, HSPA+ networking, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a three-megapixel rear camera, a two-megapixel front camera, Sammy's TouchWiz UX interface — the first custom job for Android 3.0 — either 16GB or 32GB of internal storage, and all the glory that comes with being the only person you know who owns an 8.9-inch tablet.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Android Tablet PC

Google launched the Android smartphone operating system widely used in smart phones, tablet PCs and other intelligent mobile platform features, to attract more and more electronics manufacturers start to release Android smartphone operating system equipped with flat-panel computer products. Android 2.2 of the Tablet PC has been out for some time, today we introduce to you a new Android Tablet PC (currently the closest ipad) – 10.2″ Android 2.2 APad Cortex A8 Tablet PC

Model No: G08-FA-1(Built-in Camera and Support 3G and GPS)

* CPU: Freescale Imx515 ARM Cortex A8, 800MHz
* OS: Android 2.2 Froyo
* Display: 8.0 Inch LCD Resistive Touchscreen,800 x 600 Pixels, 4:3
* Memory: 512MB DDR2
* NandFlash: 4GB built-in, can extended upto 32GB by TF Card or Micro SD
* Flash: Support Flash 10.1
* Camera: Built-In Camera
* Support 3G Dongle (Huawei E1750)
* Support GPS (Star Sirf 4)
* Android Market: Download and install any compatible application from the Official Google Android Market. The number of available apps is approaching 10,000 !
* Wireless: WI-FI (802.11 a/b/g)
* Buttons: Power On/off, Front-side Back Button,Home and Menu buttons on the side
* Input Resistive touch screen, Virtual keyboard
* Sensors: 3 sides G-sensor
* Audio Input: Built-in Microphone
* Audio Output: 3.5mm Earphone Jack, Built-in Speaker
* Extension Devices: Standard 30-pin port (Support many devices)
* Audio Playe: MP3, WMA, FLAC, AAC, AC3, OGG, WAV
* Video Player: MKV (H.264 HP)/RMVB/MPEG-4/FLV 720p (Supports all format)
* Image: JPEG, PNG, BMP, GIF
* Battery Time: WIFI ON: 4 hours ; WIFI OFF: 6Hours; 4200Mah
* Power Adapter: 9.5V 1.5A
* Language: Support Multi-Language

Haipad Tablet Review

The Haipad has high hopes of seriously competing with the iPad and Galaxy Tab, but our Haipad review showed it's just not quite up to the task. Its touchscreen interface is awkward and slow, and during our Haipad review we often had to press an icon more than once, perhaps several times, to get a response. The operating system, Android 2.2, was somewhat sluggish on the Haipad -- our comparative Haipad tablet review found the Galaxy Tab ran Android more smoothly. The Haipad's audio and video were acceptable, but subpar compared to the other two tablets we reviewed. Still, the Haipad is way, way cheaper. So much so that it may be worth the investment if you're a true budget shopper who covets a generic tablet.

The Haipad's specs are somewhat sketchy, as the instruction book we received to conduct our Haipad review omitted some important data in its specifications section. Also, we reviewed the newest version of the Haipad, so the specs we found online for the device were out of date. Here's what we do know -- the Haipad runs a Telechip 720MHz CPU powering the Android 2.2 operating system. The Haipad has a 7-inch screen with a resolution of 800x400. As for its wireless capability, the device is compatible with 802.11b/g networks.

The Haipad does some things fairly well, but it doesn't have all the bells and whistles of the iPad or the Galaxy Tab. It also doesn't perform at quite the same level as those devices. But considering the Haipad's rock-bottom price, one could look past those shortcomings. And that's the Haiipad's biggest appeal -- it's cheap, damn cheap. The Haipad's multimedia experience isn't nearly as impressive as the iPad's, but it can do a lot of the same things for about $350 less. That's hard to ignore.