Posts for the ‘Tablet PCs’
After several days of speculations, Samsung has today finally announced the launch of the Samsung GALAXY Tab GT-P1000 Tablet Device, that is powered by the Android Operating System v2.2, and is the first of the company’s tablet devices, representing a new category of mobile products for Samsung.
Sounding almost unbelievable, the Ministry of Human Resource Development in India on Thursday 22 July’10, has announced the launch of world’s cheapest priced Touchscreen Tablet PC, perhaps called SAKSHAT, that is priced at Rs. 1,500 or $35 and is primarily aimed at student community. (Picture courtesy pcworld.in)
Olive Telecom has today announced the launch of OlivePad VT100 Tablet PC in India that is claimed to be India’s first 3G network ready Tablet PC powered by Google Android OS.
Today, Samsung has released some sketchy details of its forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Tablet device by misteriously posting a image of it alongside its recently launched Samsung i9000 Galaxy S Smartphone in its South African blog.
SanDisk has today introduced its latest solid state drive (SSD) products which includes SanDisk SSD G4 which serves as a drop-in replacement for hard disk drives (HDD) in notebooks; while the SanDisk SSD P4, the successor to the widely used pSSD modular drive, enables designers to offer even thinner netbook and tablet computers.
Dell has announced that its eagerly awaited Dell Streak Tablet device that featuring 5-inch WVGA touchscreen display and is powered by Android OS would most likely go on sale in UK market starting June 2010 followed by a formal launch in US market.
Asus has announced the launch of Asus Eee Tablet PC that is a digital notebook that offers an impressive 2450 dpi resistive touchscreen and seems to be a hybrid of eBook reader and note taker.
Asus has announced the launch of Asus Eee Pad, a iPad like device that is claimed to be powered by Microsoft Windows 7 operating system and would feature Intel CULV processor.