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Onda VI10 MID is pre-installed Google Android Operation System. VI10 is the 3rd intelligent player with Android system launched by Onda. Support WiFi wireless, and external 3G module support. Comes with 7.0 inch touch screen, 800×480 pixels HD screen. Support MKV(H.264 HP), AVI, RM/RMVB, FLV, MPEG-1, MPEG-2 etc. 720p video files. Also it supports PDF, TXT, EPUB book reading. G-Sensor built in. HDMI interface, share videos with others. TF memory card to expand its capacity.
Onda VI10 MP5 player Features:
- 7.0 inch touch screen, 800×480 pixels, HD screen, Widget touch operation
- Pre-installled Google Android Operation System
- Flash UI slide interface
- G-sensor built in, screen rotary automatically
- Support WiFi wireless, and external 3G module support
- HDMI video output interface
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Motorola didn’t say when pre-orders for the WiFi-only Xoom would be available when it finally announced the device yesterday, but some retailers have now stepped in and answered that question. You can currently pre-order the device from Amazon, Staples and Costco, with other participating retailers presumably set to follow shortly. In case you missed the news, the Xoom WiFi will run you $599 for the one and only 32GB version, and it will be available on March 27th. Staples will apparently be shipping them out on March 25th to ensure you get it on launch day (if you pre-order before March 23rd), while Costco says it will only begin shipping on April 1st — it’s throwing in a free gel case to make up for it, though.
Teclast C700SP MP5 Player adopts Box chip, compatible with most video formats, include AVI/RM/RMVB/Œ3GP/DAT/FLV/MP4/MPG/VOB/DIVX/MKV/MOV, support max up to 800×480 pixels playback. Comes with 7.0 inch touch screen, 800×480 pixels. There is TV-output port. Support PDF and TXT reading. Other functions include MIC voice record, LRC, TTS, NTFS files, calendar and TF card expansion and others. With stand be able to as digital photo frame and with touch pen built in. Powerful li-ion battery built in, last for up to 35 hours music playback or 13 hours video playback!
Teclast C700SP MP5 Player Features:
- LCD:7.0 inch touch screen, 800×480 pixels. (main different with previous Teclast C700 player)
- Can be operated by keypads and touch screen
- Main chip: adopts Box chip
- Dynamic UI interface
- MIC voice record, WAV and MP3 formats
- Music formats:MP3/WMA/APE/FLAC/OGG/AAC
- Video formats:AVI/RM/RMVB/Œ3GP/DAT/FLV/MP4/MPG/VOB/DIVX/MKV/MOV etc, Support SRT title
- TV-OUT: TV outpout funciton
- PDF and TXT reading
- Picture formats:JPG/JPEG/PNG/GIF/BMP etc.
- EQ modes: Normal, Pop, Classic, Jazz, Rock, Soft, Subwolf, Dance etc.
- LRC show and TTS reading
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LG, you big tease! T-Mobile must be feeling a tinge of regret for hooking up with the Korean hardware manufacturer lately, as TmoNews reports both the G-Slate tablet and a new G2X smartphone (believed to be the US moniker for the Optimus 2X) won’t be coming Stateside for at least another month. Neither will be exactly late, mind you, since both feature dual-core Tegra 2 chips and the G-Slate runs Google’s freshest Honeycomb software, however a launch date of April 20th does put LG a step behind its direct competitors. Motorola has already rolled out its own Xoom and Atrix alternatives, while Samsung is making noise about its new Galaxy devices, which might well beat LG’s wares to the market. Rumor is we’ll get an official date out of T-Mobile at CTIA next week, so keep your eyes peeled for that one.
The NeoCube is an entertainment device like no other in the world. Composed of 216 individual high-energy rare-earth magnets, the NeoCube allows you to create and recreate an outrageous number of shapes and patterns. The NeoCube Is literally a puzzle with billions of solutions.
NeoCube, a 6x6x6 cube of 216 small neodymium-iron-boron magnetic spheres which can be arranged into an amazing assortment of geometrical and non-geometrical shapes. You can create various polyhedra, even Buckyballs, and all kinds of familiar shapes, too. It’s basically a 3D tangram on steroids. As fascinating as it is addictive. It is mesmerizing to rearrange the spheres.
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NeoCube Magnet Balls (216PCs):
- Composed of 216 individual high-energy rare-earth magnet
- Create and recreate an outrageous number of shapes and patterns
- The same manufacturing as other higher priced brands – Much lower cost to you as you are ordering
- Each Magnetballs comes with a Free Collector’s Tin to hold your magnetballs
- Packed in metal case.
All we really knew about Fujifilm’s FinePix X100 was that its looks (and pricetag) could kill, but Photography Blog has discovered that the gorgeous magnesium machine takes fantastic photographs too. You won’t actually be able to see any of them at this very moment — as it seems the website’s images are down — but the publication liberally praised the sharpness and lack of noise afforded by that F2 Fujinon lens, calling the X100 “right up there with the best APS-C sensor cameras on the market” in terms of image quality, and with “the best build quality of any camera that we’ve ever tested,” too. Strong words, to be sure, but the camera’s not without its quirks, including an obvious one — that 23mm lens is fixed to the camera’s front. Without a zoom, you’ll need to get up close and personal with your subjects to get that perfect shot, and yet it also lacks a mechanical focus ring (it’s a focus-by-wire affair here), which can make it difficult to quickly get your bokeh on. The publication remarks that both autofocus and manual focus are fairly slow, there’s no manual option at all when recording videos, and focusing macro shots requires switching to a separate mode that switches off the the optical viewfinder. Still, if you weren’t sold at first sight, you probably are now. Kiss your tax refund goodbye, folks — it’s been spoken for.
RAmos W10 Touch Tablet PC with 7.0 inch touch screen, resolution 800 × 600 pixels, using ARM Mali-400 GPU and ARM Cortex-A9 processor, and with Google Android2.2 operating system, supports Flash 10.1 version. Furthermore, the W10 also has WIFI and bluetooth wireless connection, Good to be multimedia player, support 1080P video playback and HDMI interface. GPS and G-sensor functions built in.
RAmos W10 Touch Tablet PC Features:
- 7.0 inch touch LCD, 800×600p
- Processor: adopts ARM Cortex-A9, runs faster than ARM11, for up to 1080p video playback
- CPU: ARM Mali-400 GPU, support OpenGL ES 1.x/2.0 ports
- Pre-installed Android2.2 OS, supports Flash 10.1 version
- Comes with bluetooth and WiFi functions
- Video formats: MKV, TS, WMV, ASF, RMVB, RM, AVI, FLV, 3GP, MPG, DAT, VOB, MP4, M4V, MOV
- Audio formats: MP3, WMA, AAC, M4A, OGG, WAV, FLAC, APE
- Picture formats: JPG, BMP, GIF, PNG, TIFF
- E-book formats: TXT, Supports bookmarks, auto-browse
- 1080P HDMI interface
- GPS built in
- Support G-sensor built in, better for 3D games
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At a quick glance, without any background information, your eyes might tell you that the HTC Thunderbolt is little more than a Verizon remake of Sprint’s EVO 4G and AT&T’s Inspire 4G. After all — like its contemporaries — the Thunderbolt features a spacious 4.3-inch WVGA display, 8 megapixel camera, and dual-LED flash. In reality, though, the Thunderbolt is something more: from the Inspire, it borrows a better, crisper display with a wider viewing angle and a newer-generation (though still single-core) Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. From the EVO 4G, meanwhile, it borrows a cool integrated kickstand and the addition of a second “4G” radio, making this a spec Frankenstein of sorts — the best of both worlds. Of course, instead of Sprint’s WiMAX for that 4G radio, the Thunderbolt grants you access to Verizon’s LTE network — a network so fresh, it still has that new-network smell. There’s a lot of horsepower here.
In other words, the Thunderbolt has a very real opportunity to be the finest 4.3-inch device HTC has ever made — for the moment, anyway. Let’s see how it fares.
Cube Technology launches tablet PCs lately. Cube U8 tablet PC adopts Telechip TCC8902 chip, the chip bases on ARM11, max up to 720MHz to get higher speed. Cube U8 features 7.0 inch touch screen, 800×480 pixels, with ARM Mali-200 3G accelerator, more interesting to operate. Pre-installed Android 2.1 system, with 256MB DDR2 4GB memory onboard, and comes with WiFi 3G wireless function. Cube U8 will be good choice for tablet PC.
Cube U8 Tablet PC Features:
- 7.0 inch touch screen, 800×480 pixels
- G-sensor built in
- Android 2.1 system
- Adopts Telechip TCC8902 chip, ARM1176JZF-S 540MHz/720MHz ŒLinpack 2.3/3.5MFlops
- Support WiFi wireless internet
- 65nm craft, made from magnesium-aluminium alloy material
- 256MB DDR2, 4GB memory onboard
- Video system: ARM Mali-VE6
- Compatible with RMVBŒH.264ŒVC-1ŒH.263ŒMPEG-4, support max up to 1080P video playback
- 3D accelerate
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Admit it, when you look at the picture above, all you really see is a laptop with a design that hasn’t changed much in the last ten years. It’s true, based on its professional aesthetic alone, the ThinkPad X220 can’t really be distinguished from the other X Series laptops Lenovo’s released pretty much on an annual cycle, but there’s much more than meets the eye with that there ultraportable. The 12.5-inch machine is filled to the brim with the latest and greatest technology, including a new Intel Sandy Bridge Core i5 processor, an IPS display, and a six-cell battery. And if you look even closer, Lenovo’s made some small tweaks to the touchpad and keyboard, which make more difference than you’d ever think. The point is, that all-too-familiar ThinkPad can deceive you with its boring business looks, but it’s arguably one of the best laptops we’ve ever tested. Hit the break to find out why we think it’s so laudable.