Window of China unveils N9 MID

Hmmm, first of all, this doesn’t sound right. A Chinese company known as “Window” has released and Android 2.1-powered Mobile Internet Device (MID) – how ironic is that? Dubbed the N9 (perhaps to fool people into thinking that this is some sort of Nokia device), this MID will come with a 7-inch WVGA display, a Rockchip RK2818 processor + DSP clocked at 600MHz, Android 2.1 Eclair with plans for Android […]

Bresser has new Android tablet in Germany

Bresser knows that the tablet market is a growing one, and decided to jump straight into the fray with a 7-inch, 800 x 480 resolution display tablet that runs on Google’s Android 2.1 mobile operating system. This device will be equipped with 4GB of internal memory, Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, USB support as well as a battery life rating of 8 hours – if the quoted rating is correct, anyways. […]

RAmos T11AD portable media player runs on Android

RAmos has rolled out its latest T11AD portable media player which will come with a 5-inch display at 800 × 480 resolution, running off a Rockchip RK2818 chipset that is more than capable of handling full HD 1080p video playback. Other hardware specifications include Wi-Fi connectivity to help you go online whenever there is a decent Wi-Fi hotspot, an SD memory card slot for expansion purposes as well as a […]

RAmos W9 Mobile Internet Device gets Android as well

RAmos’ Android Mobile Internet Device (MID) debuted in the form of the W7, and after some time, we now have a sequel in the form of the RAmos W9. This 7″ tablet-like device will run off the Android operating system as well, although there is still no word on the version as at press time. Apart from that, there is a probability that it will be powered by Rockchip’s RK2818 […]


AlphaUI shows back-typing hardware

Most companies that are exploring back-typing use sensors very similar to what is found in modern touch screens. The caveat is that without a physical tactile feedback, it is very hard to get your fingers in the right spot, leading to typos and low productivity. AlphaUI is going for a physical keyboard design that focuses on minimal finger movement. On the device itself, the user has a visual feedback in […]

Eken M001 MID Hacked To Offer Better Specs

Low cost tablet devices are easy on the wallet, but they always lack some killer feature here and there. Some folks aren’t going to be satisfied with that, and are perfectly happy to take the situation into their own hands, and one user did just that, hacking the Eken M001 Android-powered MID into something more powerful than it originally was. Improvements include bumping the battery from a 1600mAh capacity to […]

Samsung YP-MB2 specifications leaked out

These days, it can get pretty hard to tell whether “leaked” information is really leaked or not – after all, it could be a cheap method of generating buzz on behalf of your company or product using viral marketing. Still, being curious seem to be an innate trait in most humans, hence the attention given over information and product leaks whether intentional or otherwise. The Bluetooth SIG confirmed the existence […]

ZTE has new V7 Mobile Internet Device on display

ZTE recently previewed their V7 Mobile Internet Device (MID) at the World Expo in Shanghai, where this slim and lightweight MID features a physical QWERTY keyboard that ought to make SMS and Twitter addicts happy. Apart from that, you get a 4.1″ touchscreen display at 800 × 480 resolution, coupled with a 3.2-megapixels camera that does video recording as well. A Marvell PXA310 806 MHz processor runs at the heart […]

Hongrun Electronic rocks MID market with MID700

Hongrun Electronic of China (where else) is ready to introduce an aptly named MID700 to the Mobile Internet Device (MID) market, where they took a rather strange move of letting Windows CE6.0 being the operating system of choice. This is disappointing since many other hardware manufacturers have sported Windows XP and even Windows 7, although Windows CE6.0 won’t take up that much hardware requirements in the first place, which results […]

Sinchun M5A Mobile Internet Device powered by Windows 7

Sinchun has a spanking new M5A Mobile Internet Device (MID) which will run on the Windows 7 operating system, and frankly we aren’t too impressed by its hardware – you get an Intel Atom Z515 1.2GHz processor that might be overworked considering the latest Windows operating system requires at least a 1GHz processor to keep it going. Bear in mind that minimum system requirements often offer a frustrating user experience […]

Tongfang Q5 Android-powered MID

The Tongfang Q5 is another Mobile Internet Device (MID) which will run on the Android operating system, and has the formidable Rockchip RK2808 chipset running within. Tipping the scales at just 209 grams, the Tongfang Q5 is equipped with a 4.8″ capacitive touchscreen display, an 866MHZ ARM processor, 128MB RAM, 4GB of internal storage, 802.11a/b/g Wi-Fi connectivity, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a 2,200mAh battery to keep it running. Since […]

Sinchun Saycool M7 Mobile Internet Device

The folks at Sinchun of Shenzen has done it again, release another generic Mobile Internet Device (MID) known as the Saycool M7, where it will come equipped with a 7″ capacitive multitouch touchscreen display at 1,024 x 600 resolution, coupled with Windows XP as the operating system of choice. Processing muscle comes in the form of an Intel Atom Z510 1.1GHz processor, where it will be accompanied by 1GB RAM, […]

Inkia MID500n clones Viliv S5

The Viliv S5 is a pretty formidable Mobile Internet Device (MID), and it is hence no surprise to see a clone of it surface in the form of the Inkia MID500n from Shenzen manufacturer Inkia. This model is powered by the Windows XP operating system, where it will be accompanied by specifications which are listed in the extended post. A 2,000mAh battery will power the device, which is pretty pathetic […]

AT&T Gets Deals With Zeebo, OpenPeak And American Security Logistics

It seems that Sprint isn’t the only one going around getting mobile data deals. Now it seems that OpenPeak will be working with AT&T to provide 3G services to its OpenTablet device, which is slated to be available in late 2010. Aside from that, American Security Logistics has also confirmed that it will be using AT&T to wirelessly connect to a whole range of location-based tracking devices. Finally, AT&T also […]