Samsung Showcases a 10.1 inch Color E-paper

As FDP 2009 goes on, Samsung showcases more and more products and among them we’ve spotted a color e-paper with a 10.1 inch diagonal. This component will be incorporated into future e-book readers and it measures 0.7 mm in thickness. Samsung’s new e-paper was made through a combination between E-ink’s e-paper, a glass TFT substrate... 

Apple Engineers Travelling to China; Working on Tablet?

It turns out that Apple’s employees have taken lots of trips to manufacturing plants in China recently and they also have similar visits scheduled for this winter and the holiday season. Could this be related to the Apple Tablet rumours? The Business Insider quoted an anonymous source, saying that the Cupertino engineers have visited Asians manufacturing... 

ASUS Prepares an E-book Reader With WiMAX, 3G and WiFi on Board

ASUS has just confirmed that it’ll be launching an e-reader in March 2010 and that the device will come with support for WiMAX, 3G and WiFi. Said product will be shipped to carriers all across the US and Europe starting March and we also learn that the E-book reader will be competitively priced, in order to rival Amazon and Sony’s offers. Last... 

1990 Apple Tablet Picture Surfaces… Canned?

The Apple Tablet is older than you think, but it was a mere prototype back in 1990, when the Apple Pen Mac device was made. The project was canned, in spite of including a fully functional Mac computer with a touchscreen based on pen interaction. Even back then, the tablet was a mere inch thick, quite a performance for 1990. Also, the device had a... 

QOOQ, the Kitchen Tablet for Tech-Loving Cooks

There are tablets targeted towards the working man out there, but also portable devices that would fit a business man. How about the housewife? A solution is finally available for the gourmands or the people who love to experiment with recipes: the QOOQ. This kitchen tablet, whose name is pronounced “cook” can withstand the rough cooking... 

Apple Tablet Also Coming to Australia; Cupertino in Talks with Local Partners

The launch of Apple’s tablet is now hinted by the Sydney Morning Herald in their article over here, where they detail Apple’s talks with media companies and the evolution of the launch process. Everything we have right now are speculations, rumours and various partners of the Cupertino giant, saying they’ve been approached to provide... 

Apple Users Ready to Pay Up for Cupertino Tablet; PC Users… Not so Much

A recent study published by Retrevo shows that Mac users are willing to pay more for an Apple tablet than PC users. This info may seem a bit useless, specially since the device is yet to be announced, confirmed or specced. If you’re into numbers, 68% of respondents claimed that they’ll pay over $600 for the tablet, while a mere 36% PC owners... 

Pad Tablet Sports a 10.2 Inch Display, Artificial Intelligence

The device you can see in the images below is a tablet known as Pad, a simple name, that hides a bunch of pretty decent specs, like a 10.2 inch display, 3G support, WiFi a/b/g, 3 USB ports, an Ethernet port and VGA output. There’s also an SD card reader on board, a 1.3 megapixel webcam and a microphone. The tablet weighs under a kilo, uses a... 

RollTop is a Foldable Notebook Concept With an OLED Display

RollTop is a pretty interesting notebook concept, that’s flexible and foldable, being able to turn into some sort of paper roll lookalike device. The concept packs a 17 inch flat screen OLED display, supporting multitouch and using an interface that resembles the user-friendliness of the iPhone. Here’s a video showing what the concept is... 

Bridgestone E-book Reader, Flexible… Almost Like their Tires

Bridgestone is probably the last company you’d expect to showcase an e-book reader, but it appears they did and the product is quite interesting, because it’s a flexible gadget of this type. This is a world’s first and you can check out the gadget below, knowing that it’s based on electronic paper, instead of a standard LCD display. Also,... 

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