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New Pre-Order: RAmos W10 Touch Tablet PC with Android2.2 OS and Wifi/Bluetooth


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.

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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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VIZIO XVT HDTVs with LEDs, WiFi, apps & Bluetooth ready to ship


This year’s iteration of VIZIO’s top of the line XVT LCDs (at least until the XVT3D — née XVT Pro — series hits in Q4) are finally ready to ship and, as we’ve come to expect, pack a long list of features to go along with their price tags. The 240Hz 42-, 47-, and 55-inch versions all feature LED backlighting, which may be ready to beat criticisms of of light black levels with a claimed 10,000,000:1 contrast ratio. Whether or not you believe any TV manufacturer’s contrast measurements, an increased 120 zones of backlighting (up from 80 last year, up to 160 from 120 on the 47-inch) and a profile that’s 2 inches slimmer (down to just 3 inches deep) this time around should be easily noticeable. The 37- and 32-inch XVT models rely on the company’s edge lit Razor LED lighting tech and are less than 2 inches this, with stated 1,000,000:1 contrast ratios.

Other than arbitrary and easily fudged specs, VIZIO’s fighting the competition with its VIA suite of features — widget based app platform with Netflix, Pandora & others, built-in WiFi and QWERTY Bluetooth remote — and they’re all here, along with plenty of HDMI inputs and SRS audio technology. The 32-inch isn’t the cheapest model that size you’ll find at $699 and neither is the top of the line XVT553SV with its $2,199 MSRP, but after perusing the list of specs in the press release after the break, it’s hard to imagine finding many with a similar resumé at those prices.

SayCool M5 MID PMP MP4 Player with Bluetooth function – 16GB


SayCool M5 MID PMP MP4 Player with Bluetooth function – 16GB

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UMPC M5 MID PMP MP4 Player with Bluetooth function

  • 5″TFT ( 800×480) touch screen
  • Operation system support: Windows XP or Linux, support Windows7
  • CPU: Intel Atom Z510
  • Chipset: Intel US15W
  • HDD: 1024MB SSD(PATA) 8GB
  • RAM: DDRII memory 1G on board
  • Network Access: Wireless LAN 802.11b/g
  • Network Interface: USB adapter
  • Support Bluetooth function
  • Storage device: Micro SD (T-Flash)
  • Audio: Speaker*2 + headphone + stereo Mic
  • USB2.0*2
  • Webcam: 0.3 mega pixel
  • Switch Control: Power On/Off Button
  • Led Denote: Power Denote, Charge Denote, Wireless Denote
  • Lithium Battery: 2-cell Lithium polymer 7.4V 1900mAh
  • Power adaptor: Input 100-240V Output: 12V 2.5A
  • Temperature: 5°C ~ 35°C; Humidity: 20% ~ 80%
  • Size: L160 * W75* H23mm
  • Weight: 350g


Aliph Jawbone Icon Bluetooth headset launched in six lush flavors


Turns out that leak we saw of the Jawbone Icon was for real after all, but it was only one of the six designs straight out of Aliph’s oven: (clockwise from top left) The Thinker, The Rogue, The Hero, The Ace, The Catch and — our favorite — The Bombshell. While these are the smallest and lightest Jawbones ever, Aliph has managed to cram in an allegedly improved NoiseAssassin and simultaneous dual-phone linkage, along with an onboard ‘AudioApp’ which vocally broadcasts battery level and caller ID. If you prefer a visual indication, the Icon also does a battery gauge on the iPhone — a first on a non-Apple Bluetooth headset — and apparently “Apple’s aware of this” so a firmware update shouldn’t kill this Palm Pre-style. We’re digging the MyTALK website — currently in beta — where you can pick and install other AudioApps and DialApps (for the multifunction button; e.g. voice dialing, free directory assistance and voice-to-SMS) onto the Icon, and both will be free except for some DialApps which require subscription. Oh, and there are seven earbud sizes plus an earloop to keep everyone happy too. When you’re done with picking, hit the Verizon stores for the initial launch today and pony up $99.99. Press release and video walkthrough of the MyTALK website after the break.

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