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Acer tablet PC line launching on November 23rd

Posted in Acer by Conner Flynn on October 27th, 2010

Acer CEO Gianfranco Lanci told Dow Jones Newswire that it will be launching its first line of tablet PCs in New York City on November 23rd. Pricing is from $299 to $699 each. That’s all the new info we have since that’s all he said, so we can only speculate on the OS and tablet sizes.

Whatever Acer’s plans are for the OS in these, Android Gingerbread is already out of the bag so we can expect to see a whole bunch of Google sanctioned tablets launch before CES 2011 in January.

Google Tablet coming from Verizon

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on May 11th, 2010

Make way for the first serious iPad competitor. According to Verizon Chief Exec Lowell McAdam, the carrier is working with Google on “a tablet computer.” The WSJ report is light on details as you might expect this early in the game, but Bloomberg scored the news that this tablet is said be Android-based, and that more details will be released later this week.

McAdam said that tablets are “part of the ‘next big wave of opportunities,'” and that Verizon’s “looking at all the things Google has in its archives that we could put on a tablet to make it a great experience.”. We should know more soon, but an Android/Verizon tablet already has us salivating.

Daewoo releases new Atom powered Tablet PC

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on June 22nd, 2009

Daewoo releases new Atom powered Tablet PCThe Daewoo C920-mini tablet PC looks fairly sturdy despite having that “toy” look, and is powered by an Intel Atom N270 CPU with 1GB of RAM, an Intel 945 Express, a 60GB of HDD (1.8-inch @ 4200rpm), and a 8.9-inch touchscreen display with a 1024×600 resolution.

It measures 241.4mm x 209.3mm x 27.7mm and weighs just 1.21kg. This tablet PC also features a 1.3MP webcam for video conferencing.

Durabook RT10 rugged tablet PC launches

Posted in Computers by Shane McGlaun on March 24th, 2009

gammatechrt10-sbWhen I was a kid, my doctor’s nurse would always bust out of the door to the exam room with an arm full of paper folders with all my medical records inside. More often than not she gave the doctor the wrong folder resulting in more agonizing wait time before I found out if I had to get a shot or not.

Today when I take my son to the doctor the nurse comes out with a small tablet computer in hand with access to all the medical records in the office. A new rugged tablet computer for health pros has been launched by GammaTech called the Durabook RT10. The machine is fully rugged and can withstand drops of up to four feet and features Intel Health technology.

CrunchPad from TechCrunch prototype unveiled

Posted in Computers by Shane McGlaun on January 21st, 2009

CrunchPad PrototypeThose of us who work in the technology industry are used to writing stories about new products, testing new products and seeing early prototypes of gadgets before they debut. What isn’t common is for these prototype products to actually come from the same publications that write about them.

Michael Arrington from TechCrunch has been hard at work trying to bring a device called the CrunchPad to market. The CrunchPad is a tablet computer that runs on a Via Nano netbook CPU and has 1GB of RAM.

Fujitsu U810 and T2010 Tablet PCs now available

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on May 4th, 2008

Fujitsu U810 and T2010 Tablet PCs now availableFujitsu has just released the U810 and T2010 tablet PCs. Both now come with a built-in HSPA modem and antenna for an additional $200 added to the $999 and $1,499 price for both the U810 and T2010. They still have the same 5.6-inch and 12.1-inch displays, 800MHz Intel A110 processor on the U810 and faster Core 2 Duo 7600 processor on the T2010.

Fujitsu has also added WWAN cellular data to their larger T2010 Tablet PC. 3G access will be provided by AT&T, who promises typical download speeds between 600 Kbps and 1,400 Kbps and typical upload speeds between 500 Kbps and 800 Kbps.

Advantech delivers new rugged Tablet PC

Posted in Tablet PC by Nino Marchetti on March 20th, 2008

Mars-3100SAdvantech isn’t exactly known for consumer related computers. While we don’t think this new Tablet PC fits the bill either, the recently released Mars-3100S seems to still be pretty cool none the less.

The Advantech Mars-3100S sports a 10.4-inch touchscreen display and is ready to go with Windows XP. It is targeted towards more rugged uses in environments like field and emergency services. It also offers optional built-in WLAN and Bluetooth for wireless connectivity.

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New Toshiba Tablet PC sports LED backlight

Posted in Tablet PC,Toshiba by Nino Marchetti on December 10th, 2007

Toshiba Portégé M700Toshiba brings us word today of its first Tablet PC to incorporate a touchscreen LED backlight display. The new Portégé M700 starts with a base configuration price of around $1,450.

The Toshiba Portégé M700 offers up a 12.1-inch WXGA display which the company says offers 30 more percent detail than a standard 12.1-inch display. The incorporated LED backlight display and associated anti-glare coating let one view it in a wider variety of settings both inside and out. Being a Tablet PC the Portégé M700 supports both fingertip input capabilities and traditional pen-based input, detecting and automatically switching between the different input methods as needed.