Posts tagged Capacitive
While not yet available in the states, the HTC Flyer has released over in the UK. Engadget has published their full review of the device and walks away somewhat impressed, but it’s not without flaws. The HTC Flyer is a 7 inch Android 2.3 tablet, and More >
Though it’s a week later then promised, the HTC Flyer is now available to pre-order from Best Buy. It is selling for $499, as we previously reported it would. The Flyer is HTC’s first foray into the tablet world. The Flyer is a 7 inch tablet, More >
The Arnova 10 is a low cost tablet coming out of China. You can already purchase the Arnova 10 with a resistive touchscreen and an older Rockchip processor running at 800Mhz for $199. Chrarbax over at ARMdevices.net got some video time with the new capacitive version More >
The HTC Flyer (aka EVO View 4G) is a curious tablet to say the least. Most tablet makers have moved onto making larger tablets, but HTC has decided to first release a 7 inch tablet. It’s also one of the few upcoming tablets not to feature Android More >
While Sprint will be rebranding the HTC Flyer as the Evo View 4G, Best Buy will be exclusively selling the WiFi-only HTC Flyer this spring. The 7 inch Android 2.3 tablet is HTC’s first foray into the tablet world. While not running the latest tablet version More >
The new line of Coby Kyros tablets we got a chance to play with at CES 2011 are set to release in just over a week. Amazon now has pre-order pages up for each of them and states that they will ship starting on March 15th. More >
Coby showed off their 2011 lineup of their Kyros line of internet tablets off at CES 2011. After their MID7015 was somewhat of a hit with its good build quality and budget pricing it will be interesting to see how these new tablets do. The new tablets More >
StreamTV Networks Inc. was one of the first in the United States to release a tablet with the Tegra 2 dual-core processor. They were also one of the first to offer a tablet with Android 2.2 on it, which meant that the eLocity A7 was More >
After launching the GenTouch 78, one of the first Android tablets readily available in the USA, Augen is back with an interesting line of tablets. While many were unhappy with the budget minded Gentouch 78, Augen says they have listened and More >
ASUS has announced that they have 4 tablets coming out over the next few months. The tablets range from 7 to 12 inches with pricing from $399-$1099. Here is a break down of each tablet they announced.
1.) Eee Slate EP121: This is a 12.1″ More >
Archos has just made available the Android 2.2 update for their new line of tablets. They had promised they would have it released by the end of November and they have held their word. This is a manual update only as the auto update feature is not More >
Here is our updated look after the Android 2.2 update.
Here is our 3rd updated look at the Archos 101 after several updates from Archos. Click on article title to view the video.
Posted By Chris Garcia