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Coby’s $85 Smartbook

Engadget have discovered another little diamond in the rough at CeBIT, this time from Coby.  The NBPC722 looks like a 10″-ish Netbook but actually has a 7″ screen, and under the almost-full-sized keyboard lurks a plucky 624MHz Marvell PXA303 processor and 2GB of Flash storage…

DSK Mobilis – Fall Fashion Trend? Hipster Laptop at CeBIT 2010

We have uncovered what might be the next fall fashion trend for the hipster in your life. This netbook running the Texas Instrument OMAP3 600mhz is the Mobilis by DSK Digital. They might say that the targeted demographic is field healthcare, e-government and teacher training,…

CeBIT 2010: BYD Alice an Nvidia Tegra Tablet

JkkMobile has been a tablet maniac at CeBIT over his last few videos we’ve had a look at them and this one stands out as one that we can forgive for appearing to be a bit sluggish because it is a production sample. Check out…

CeBIT 2010: Not Your Average E-Reader! Gigabyte EB10 Running Android

Charbax discovered a first at the Gigabyte booth at CeBIT 2010 with an Android E-Reader, these aren’t common, Charbax is claiming its the world first, but we think its more like the first one he’s ever seen. Never the less the Android E-Readers are NOT…

Shuttle B10 Netbook with N450 CPU & GXT-Port Hands-on

CeBIT 2010: Hands on with the Mio Moov

The Mio Moov V780 is a 7-inch, 800 x 480 resolution with a widescreen capacitive multi-touch display. It is also sporting a multimedia player which supports 720p HD playback and MP3/WMA/WMV/ACC audio playback. Based on the Tegra V1 (ARM11 CPU) this unit is running a…

Averatec launches sexy new Netbook

South Korea’s Averatec has today officially taken the wraps off it’s newest Netbook at CeBIT.  The N1200 – which we spied late last month (not to be confused with the similarly-named and similarly-Korean Samsung N210) – is a glossy little slab of computing boasting a…

ASUS 1201PN with Nvidia Ion 2 Benchmarked with 3D Mark

Meet:Mobility Live Podcasts Every Few Hours at CeBIT 2010 *Updating*

Chippy from CarryPad is holding down the fort in studio reigning in all the content from the Meet:Mobility team which includes our very own Sascha Pallenberg and Jkk. JkkMobile and the whole mobile computing crew will be making regular ustream calls into the studio with…

CeBIT 2010: PQ Labs Touch Table

What do you see at every conference? Touch Tables! My friends, I am happy to say that CeBIT is no exception. Jkk has come across the PQ Labs touch Table, its multitouch and in the demo you can see exactly how sensitive and responsive the…

Hanvon TouchPad BC10C and BA10E tablets at CeBIT 2010

Hanvon BC10C and BA10E run Windows 7, the BC10C with a 1.3GHz Celeron CPU and the BA10E runs a 1.6GHz Atom Z-series CPU. The Hanvon BA10E will have both a capacitive multitouch display option and an active digitizer option for improved handwriting recognition.

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CeBIT 2010: ASUS Eee PC 1015P Hands on

ASUS announces DR-900 eReader

Dancing on the grave of Acer, who put the kibosh on their eReader plans mere days ago, ASUS have now announced a third eReader.
Mostly the same as the DR-950 we saw a few weeks ago, this model sports a 9…″ touchscreen e-ink display

CeBIT 2010: Hivision SpeedPad Android tablet (video)

The Hivision SpeedPad Android Tablet may turn out to be a very popular table because of its projected $100 price point, but we will wait and see if it in fact comes out at that price. It has reasonable specs, nothing to stop the press…

CeBit 2010: Gigabyte Q1000C Netbook

JkkMobile got his hands on the new Gigabyte Q1000C, is apparently a complete redesign, the Intel Atom N450 at 1.66 and its integrated GMA3150 graphics of course tinkers with NM10 Tiger Point chipset under the hood.

Thanks JkkMobile…