Entries Tagged as 'Tablet Netbooks'

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

Nefonie Wepad Launched in Germany

Tablet Review UK has news of Germany’s iPad killer- the Neofonie Wepad. It’s a tablet device with a 11.6″ screen, powered by a1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 all running on a Linux OS. The device looks pretty impressive & supports flash and HD video as well. You can check out the full specs and the first hands-on video after the break.

Friday, March 19th, 2010

Is the Neofonie Wepad a real iPad Killer?

Tablet Reviews reports on a new tablet from a Germany company called Neofonie. A clue to its intentions are in its name – the Wepad. Yes, this new tablet may be an Apple iPad killer. The specs look good, and they assure us it’s not an Aprils Fools Joke. They even have a Facebook page. Preorders and deliveries are planned for next month according to Neofonie CEO Helmut Hoffer von Ankershoffen.

Thursday, March 11th, 2010

Suprise! FCC Reveals the JooJoo Tablet is packing Nvidia Ion

The JooJoo tablet, formerly known as Techcrunch’s ‘Crunchpad’ (long story) hass just hit the FCC with full documentation and a teardown and there’s a surprise!  It’s a NVIDIA Ion GPU – answering some questions regarding how they would get the tablet to playback HD video.   It will be paired with the normal accompliment of […]

Saturday, February 27th, 2010

[Video] Hand-on with the Asus Eee PC T101MT Tablet

It’s been a few months since Asus first showed us the Eee PC T101MT tablet netbook, and now All Touch Tablet have gotten their hands on one for a little hands-on video and review. The T101MT tablet is a follow up to the T91MT tablet but fortunately it swaps out the Z series Atom processor […]

Monday, January 11th, 2010

Qualcomm’s Snaptop tablet has a Detachable Keyboard

We saw Qualcomm’s Snapdragon platform in Lenovo’s Skylight smartbook and the folks at Laptop Magazine spotted it in a tablet concept, being called a ‘snaptop’ by Qualcomm. There’s a sort of kickstand on the back which allows you to prop the ‘snaptop’ up on a table. Also, attached to the kickstand is a removable keyboard to be used with the tablet.

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