It was just two weeks ago when Chinese networking and telecommunications equipment company, Huawei, introduced their new range of Android smartphones. This afternoon, Huawei had a global launch of their MediaPad, which touts to be the world's first 7-inch dual-core tablet to run Android 3.2 Honeycomb OS.
We may still be months away from the RTM release of Windows 8, but that has not stopped developers and curious hackers from getting their hands dirty with the various leaked builds of Microsoft's upcoming operating system in the hopes of turning up new, unheard-of features that might eventually debut in its final release. And
It was only slightly over a week when Research in Motion announced the launch of the BlackBerry PlayBook in Singapore, though pricing and availability details weren't made known then. Today, the company said that the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet will be availabile in Singapore from 23 June.
Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific today launched their new STYLISTIC Q550 slate PC that is designed for business professionals. It is powered by 1.5GHz Intel Atom Z670 processor, runs Microsoft Windows 7 operating system and comes with an optional stylus pen for writing and drawing. The STYLISTIC Q550 is scheduled to be available next month.
If you're one of those users that always end up in situations where your devices break, then you're most likely familiar with Panasonic's range of Toughbook notebooks. Panasonic has announced that it's going to launch a Toughbook Android tablet that should arrive sometime in the fourth quarter of this year.
With so many tablets popping up on the market like how popcorn pops from kernels in a hot pan, it really should be of little surprise that there is yet another tablet slated to make its grand appearance soon, especially if Huawei's recently-released teaser video is of any indication. However, with little to no details
The BlackBerry PlayBook has finally landed in Singapore. This evening, Research in Motion announced the launch of the long-awaited tablet device equipped with dual core processor and capable of multi-processing and multi-tasking. Expect to see the PlayBook in stores soon.
VR-Zone was invited to a tour of ECS' headquarters in Taipei and an interview with ECS vice-president David Chien. Read on for pictures and an interesting Q&A session!
To date, the only way to perform updates on any iOS-powered device is to hook it up to iTunes and let Apple's application work its magic, right? Well, it seems that things are about to change for the better, except that it is highly unlikely that Apple will be surprising anybody when it officially announces
At Computex today, Nvidia showed off several tech demos and games on the upcoming successor to Tegra 2. Pictures of Lost Planet 2 and a Unigine Heaven-like demo after the break.
Let's see what we've gotten for you about Mobile, Laptop, and Tablet at Day 2 of Computex Taipei 2011.
Broadcom has unveiled a wide range of upcoming products for the mobile market in its booth located at the Taipei International Convention Center. Read on to find out more about the company's line of wireless chipsets and SoCs that may soon find their way into your smartphones or tablet devices.
Sparkle is probably the first graphics card maker to enter the tablet business and has officially revealed their Calibre X-Pad at COMPUTEX 2011. Although, making tablets and making graphics cards are completely a different business altogether but they have a common supplier, which is, none other than NVIDIA. This 10.1-inch tablet is powered by NVIDIA Tegra
Over at COMPUTEX Taipei 2011, Acer for the first time has showcased a 10-inch MeeGo based tablet running off Intel Atom (Moorestown) platform. Acer Iconia M500 has a resolution of 1280×800 and has a snackable UI with a widget in circle shape. This MeeGo tablet is slated for launch later this year. We have included
Get wowed by the latest mobile, laptops and tablet devices showcased at Computex 2011! While many manufacturers building up various product portfolio for their brands, we also saw many extraordinary new devices in the market. Some in which actually made us difficult to categorize them into the correct category! *Constantly Updated*
ZiiLABS has a rather interesting display over at COMPUTEX where they have demonstrated working protoypes of their JAGUAR reference tablets running off Android 3.0 Honeycomb. There are two sizes, 7-inch and 10-inch with both having the same ZMS-20 CPU and motherboard but different set of IO. Read more.
Unlike most component manufacturers, GIGABYTE has opted to host its booth at Hall 1 of the Taiwan World Trade Centre, an area which is usually centered more on enterprise solutions as opposed to the more enthusiast-oriented Nangang. However, available at its booth are a wide range of familiar hardware which enthusiasts have come to know
Well, well, well, it seems like the race to provide the hardware needed to take tablets and smartphone processing today has just got a little more heated. Apparently not satisfied with the success of the Tegra 2 System-on-a-chip, NVIDIA decided to up the ante by demonstrating the power of its upcoming Tegra 3 SoC at
With so many Apple iPad apps on the market, you may be wondering which are the most expensive ones out there. Well, it seems like three apps share the most expensive spot, priced at US$999.99 each. Read on for details.
We may be a full day away from the official commencement of Computex 2011, but it would seem that many OEMs are already jumping the gun by offering members of the press the opportunity to catch a sneak peak of various unreleased products before the event's official launch, and ASUS is clearly no exception to