Archive for April, 2010
Cube B6 MP4 players comes with 3.0 inch TFT LCD, 16:9, resolution up to 400×240 pixels. Compatible with RMVB、RM、AVI、FLV、DAT、MPG、MP4、WMV video formats, and support MP3、WMA、WAV and APE / FLAC music playback. Other functions include Stopwatch, FM radio, Voice record, E-book, picture browse and so on.
Well, it looks like the first 64GB Zune HDs landing in customers’ hands may not be the biggest Zune news today after all. As proudly announced the ZuneBoards website, the Zune HD — and all earlier Zunes, although the potential there is a tad more limited — “have been hacked.” While obviously not the first hack of any sort for the devices, this is described as the “first true hack,” and it has made the concurrently-released OpenZDK possible. That effectively gives developers “access to everything XNA withheld before,” which more or less opens to doors to any type of application that can run on the Zune hardware — games, emulators, app stores, you name it. Of course, there’s not a ton for average Zune users to play with at the moment, but developers can find all they need to get cracking at the source link below.
So, was all that hubbub for nothing? British retailer mobiles.co.uk — a wholly-owned subsidiary of giant Carphone Warehouse, for what it’s worth — is claiming a “man on the inside” as saying that the X10 actually can do multitouch after all, despite word from a Sony Ericsson product manager to the contrary. In fact, not only can it do multitouch, but it will do multitouch through a software update in the second half of the year, the source goes on to say. This all ties in nicely with the dude’s claim that the X10 will see an official update to Android 2.1 in September, a window that dovetails rather nicely with Sony Ericsson’s official line of 2H 2010. Of course, by the time September rolls around, we can only assume that Froyo will be alive and well, so the ultimate question of relevancy for Sony Ericsson’s very first Android venture remains to be answered.
Motorola’s Devour has somehow managed to get a little lost in the mix, primarily due to the wealth of Android options on America’s two main CDMA carriers right now. The design is certainly appealing, particularly to those still averse to virtual keyboards, but it’s the Blur user interface that really sets this apart from the Droid. Of course, we didn’t exactly find a whole lot to love about the total package (compared to the other Android options, anyway), but that’s not to say there’s nothing to discuss. On the contrary, actually. Did you plop down a crisp Benjamin to get yourself a Devour? Are you still happy with the decision? How’s Blur been treating you? Would you retool any of the hardware / software aspects? Get honest down in comments below, and yes, feel free to consider this the group therapy you’ve thus far refused to pay good money for.
Cube S400+ MP4 players comes with 3.0 inch TFT LCD, resolution up to 400×240 pixels. Compatible with MPEG(AVI)/RM/RMVB video formats, and support MP3, WMA, WAV, APE etc. music playback. Support TV-output. Other functions include E-book, picture browse and so on.
58diggsdiggAt this point, the HTC Incredible should seem like pretty familiar territory to our readers. We first caught wind of the device in a ROM leak back in December of 2009, and shortly thereafter saw lots of little snippets on the phone that made it clear it was headed our way. Of course, it’s a potent combination that’s been put together here — an HTC-made, Verizon-locked device sporting a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, 8GB of internal storage, 748MB of ROM, a microSD slot (with support for up to 32GB cards), an 8 megapixel camera with dual LED flash and autofocus, 480 x 800 AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, and most importantly, Android 2.1 with HTC’s Sense UI on-board. The combo of America’s largest (and some say best) 3G network with a super-fast, Sense-equipped Android phone is a match made in nerd heaven. We’ve seen a near-exact device in the HTC Desire — basically the Incredible for the European market — and the internals and screen technology are almost identical to the Nexus One, but the Incredible has a personality that’s all its own. So is this the next killer device on the US market? Or have we heard this tune before? Read on for the answers you seek!
Apple has just updated its online store with a shipping date for the 3G-equipped variants of its iPad. As you can see, all varieties of the hallowed Apple tablet should be out and about by May 7th — meaning that some deliveries could sneak out even earlier — and you can expect AT&T will be ready and waiting for you to activate that $30 a month unlimited data plan.Just for the European record, that means the iPad will be out in full force for American consumers three days ahead of the announcement of specific international availability. Ah well, at least that gives the UK and others hope that they might see the 3G and WiFi-only slates coming out at the same time, which should be somewhere around the end of May.
Onda VX550 is full HD MP4 player that adopts 5.0 inch LTPS LCD with 800*480 resolution. Offering you extraordinary visual enjoyment. Fully Compatible with RM/RMVB, MPEG(AVI), MKV(H.264), MOV, FLV, MPG, VOB, MPE, DAT, TS video formats, 1920x1080p video playback, SRT title show, so that you can enjoy your lovely movies of the above formats. 8GB ultra – large internal storage and OTG function, enables you to save and transfer most of your favorite files. Support EXFAT files, can transfer files more than 4GB. Features advanced E-book, screen support rotary. With HDMI output, share videos with others. Exceptional performance makes your life more wonderful!
Cube B18HD MP5 players comes with 4.3 inch LCD. It’s the biggest feature is supporting 1280P video playback. Compatible with and TS, AVI, MP4, MPG, MKV, PSP, DAT, VOB, WMV, ASF, PMP, RM, RMVB, MOV, M2V, QT, M2A, and MP3, WMA, WAV, APE, FLAC, OGG music playback. What’s more, it comes with OTG function, with it, transfer data without computer. It also compatible with exFAT files, support 4GB & more files to transfer. TV-output up to 1080p. Powerful li-ion battery built in, last for 5 hours HD moive playback.