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Bmorn E-Pad BM-999 Full HD MID & UMPC with WiFi and Bluetooth - 8GB
The latest MID Bmorn E-Pad BM-999 features 8.9 inch Touch LCD, 1024×600 pixels, WSVGA screen, support Virtual QWERTY keyboard and Touch screen input. Adopts Rockchip RK2806 (600MHz) CPU, 128MB DDR-RAM and 8GB memory onboard. Android 1.5 operation system, you can install many tools you need with Android system. Bmorn E-pad is multimedia player that supports MKV、RMVB、FLV、AVI video files, 720p playback. Comes with TV-out and HDMI output interface. There is WiFi 802.11b/g wireless and USB 3G EVDO functions. Compelet accessories comply with this device.
Bmorn E-Pad BM-999 MID & UMPC Features:
- 8.9 inch Touch LCD, 1024×600 pixels, WSVGA screen
- Input: Virtual QWERTY keyboard, Touch screen
- Processor: Rockchip RK2806 (600MHz) CPU
- Memory: 128MB DDR-RAM, 8GB memory onboard
- MicroSD memory card slot to expand its capacity
- Built in Android 1.5 operation system
- WiFi 802.11b/g wireless and 3G (USB interface): USB 3G EVDO
- Good to be as multimedia player, TV-output and HDMI output interface
- Support MKV、RMVB、FLV、AVI video files, 720p playback
- PDF、TXT、CHM、DOC、EXCEL formats compatible
- MP3, WMA, APE, FLAC, AAC, AC3, WAV, AMR, OGG, DTS etc. music playback
- 6000mAh li-ion battery
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Yes, we realize that it’s hard to provide too much visual differentiation between tablet PCs with large, ebony bezels, but we can’t help but think that this 8.9-inch multitouch tablet looks a lot like another, recently announced 9.7-inch multitouch tablet. Nevertheless this one’s quite different on the inside, delivering “the web without compromise,” meaning full browser support with flash courtesy of Windows 7 on an Atom N270 at 1.6GHz, with 2GB of DDR2 memory and a 32GB SSD with SD expansion. Yeah, those specs are familiar too, and while we’re not thinking this will deliver the sort of snappy performance seen on the iPad, it will certainly be a lot more functional. Battery life is only four hours, but at least it’s user-replaceable, and a price of $599 matches the 32GB iPad. Likewise it will be available in March — or you can get a non-multitouch prototype for $780 right this very moment. If, that is, you speak enough French to manage the order page.
Aluratek hasn’t been one to really rival the mainstays in the digiframe and e-reader markets, but the outfit’s latest portable media player looks atypically slick. Boasting an expansive 8.9-inch display and an almost slate-like look, the Cinepal arrives with 4GB of inbuilt memory, an SD / SDHC expansion slot, 720p display and a built-in Li-ion good for up to six hours of continuous use. Aside from playing back WMA and MP3 jams, it’ll also handle DRM-laced DivX files along with the usual assortment: AVI, VOB, DAT, MPEG, H.264, MKV, JPEG, etc. Best of all, the player is priced at just $179, and it’ll be available next month for the Yanks who care.