Wednesday, January 9, 2013

CES: Android-fest Day 2


The best gift for the Apple Fan in your life: ASUS Announces Hybrid Windows 8 PC/Android Tablet

The first MIPS-based Android device I've seen: Hands-on with Ingenic's dual-core MIPS processor

Kid's tablets: Ematic expands FunTab Android tablet line with 4.3 through 9.7 inch models

Coby had several of the best selling tablets on Amazon during the holiday season, these inexpensive tablets are now Google certified, meaning they come with the Google Play Store: Hands-on with Coby's 2013 tablet lineup

I am not sure if this is Android, but one of these tablets is $20 - that is kinda scary, Intel's cheapest CPU chip is $37: Boogie Board expands writing tablet family with new 4.5 inch, 9.7 inch models

Panasonic introduces new Android and Windows Toughpad tablets

New Windows 8 tablets fail to impress

Acer announces Android tablet: Acer President Wong Says Consumers Are Still Confused by Windows 8


Valve CEO Confirms Linux-Based Steambox

Chips and Displays

This is the future (which Apple may not get access to): Samsung's Youm flexible-display tech

Samsung introduces Exynos 5 Octa CPU with 8-cores... kinda

Home Automation (Seriously, these actually exist!)

Attention iPhone Users, this comes in both black and white models: Panasonic: Android-operated rice cookers? You got it, and for over $1000!

Android-controlled oven, refrigerator, washer and dryer and a Roomba clone: LG's range of smart home appliances officially unveiled

Not Android (uses Linux and an iPad), but a truly different sort of "home automation": $17,000 Linux-powered rifle brings “auto-aim” to the real world (You can play Angry Birds in a completely different fashion!)

Non-Tablet/Phone Computing

Now, among the Major OEMs, only HP is not yet Using Android: Dell Wyse Project Ophelia Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich dongle only needs a monitor

Giada introduces ARM-based desktop computers

Lenovo's Idea laptops will ship with Bluestacks, run Android apps

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