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Hott Android Tablet


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This type of ARM9 Rockchip RK2818 based 7″ capacitive tablet – presented by Hott – can now be manufactured for below $140.00 and will possibly sell around or below $199 at US retail stores. It supports USB host, 3G USB dongle or a built-in 3G modem can be included for about $50 more.

The MD980 features a 800*480 pixel Capacitive Touch screen, an optional camera and 170 degree wide visual angle.

This video was filmed by Charbax of ARMdevices at CES 2011.

Which Android Tablet is the Best?


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Hopeland Digital Corporation of Shenzhen releases this NB-100 10.1″ Android Laptop, powered by the ARM11 Telechips 8902 processor, 256MB RAM, 8GB nand flash, SD card slot, WiFi, it runs Android 2.1 for now, possibly upgradable.

What does Google need to do to optimize Android for the Laptop? Do you think this platform is ready yet to replace your MacBook Air?

This video was filmed by Charbax of ARMdevices at CES 2011.

Which Android Tablet Should You Buy?


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Someone recently asked me which Android tablet I feel is the “best.” I admit to not having much experience with Android tablets as of yet. What experience I have had has been okay. They’re functional, and they work.

However, I feel that they will really start to get interesting (and become more viable) once Google releases the Gingerbread update. This is when Google will be optimizing the Android system specifically for larger-screen devices. This optimization hasn’t yet happened at the software layer. It doesn’t matter if you have widgets and ports and other doo-dads.

When the software has been optimized for tablets, then I will likely pay a lot more attention to Android tablet devices. Until then – they’re nice toys.

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$88 5" Android Tablet: Acorp EM501R


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Heard about the $500+ Dell Streak Android Tablet? This is similar but is to be sold at only $88 (for distributors buying at least 1000 pieces). This is the Acorp 5″ Rockchip 600mhz ARM9 based Android tablet. This sized tablet fits just fine in most pockets and provides better view of web browser, video and apps.

This video was filmed by Charbax at Computex 2010 in Taipei Taiwan.

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