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Portable tunes

I’m currently working out at home and here is my audio setup to feed me some music motivation

Camangi WebStation – An-drooooool-iod tablet!

What’s there to not love a 7″ Tablet running a lean and mean Android OS, with most of the functionalities of a netbook (minus the hard keyboard) and an ebook reader and costs USD $399?

Just check out these specs..

  • 7-inch widescreen display with an 800 x 480 resolution
  • Display is hard glass and resistive
  • Android OS 1.5
  • Marvell PXA303 624MHz processor
  • System memory: 128MB Mobile DDR
  • Flash memory: 265MB NAND (system)
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g
  • GPS
  • microSD card slot
  • Built-in omni-directional microphone
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Built-in speakers
  • Type A and mini-B USB ports
  • Has a built-in 4000mAh Lithium Polymer battery
  • Battery life of up to 4 days on standby with 4-5 hours of Internet and media usage
  • Measures 4.72 (height) x 7.87 (width) x 0.57 (thick) inches
  • Weighs 13.75 ounces
  • Available in Pearl White, Piano Black of Light Pink

Oh, there is..it ain’t available for sale outside of the US! Boo hoo hoo..us gadgetholic Australians will have to wait..

C’mon Apple..show us your Tablet quickly! 🙂

New! Viliv N5 Clamshell Launching at CES

New! Viliv N5 Clamshell Launching at CES

Lucky Chippy from umpcportals gets an invite to check out the Viliv N5.

Being a recent (and current) owner of the UMID Mbook M1, I’ll terribly interested to see what Chippy thinks of the the N5 in comparison to the M1 (which has lots of inefficiencies). We all wait with bated breath..:)

..again, Viliv assigns the N5 with a campaign model..my guess is that a predominant sales of the N5 will be Gen Y males? Ok, maybe us Gen X males as well..heheh!

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More video of the xpPhone released

Check out the video of the xpPhone..Click here –>More video of the xpPhone released

My current impressions..

1) too ugly, too late! 🙂

2) An OQO 02 replacement – I think not.

3) A smartphone replacement – I think not.

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Archos 5 Android IT First Impressions

Archos 5 Android IT First Impressions

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Check out Vilivboy’s close mate Genghis’ impressions of his newly acquired gadget !