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ViewPad 10 tablet from ViewSonic

ViewSonic Corporation, which has its headquarters in California, is a company that specializes in high quality consumer electronic products and enterprise solutions. Their ViewSonic range of products include all-in-one PCs, digital photo frames, digital signage, projectors, cameras, camcorders, home theater projectors, camcorder projectors, HDTVs, and of course the all new range of 7-inch and 10-inch tablets.

ViewSonic made waves in the US market, with their introduction and immediate availability of the ViewPad 10, a 10.1-inch slate with unique features, namely, the Android 2.2 Froyo OS as well as the Windows 7 OS. The tablet is powered by the 1.6 GHz dual core Atom processor and has 2 GB RAM.

ViewPad 10 has a 10.1-inch LCD backlit capacitive multi-touch display with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. The dual boot feature sets this tablet way apart from many a products on display at the MWC 2011. The superior design of the product allows viewing of Flash based content and even Office programs. The Android part more than features the best of mobile entertainment.

The basic unit comes with Windows 7 Home Premium OS and can be upgraded to the Windows 7 Professional OS. Adobe Reader, Adobe Flash Player, WinRar and a host of other applications, make the ViewPad 10 a good offering from the company. The Google Android platform, with its multi-tasking capabilities, allows seamless surfing of the web, chatting, e-mailing, and even sharing photos. The ALDIKO eBook resource is a useful tool in learning and even reading.

The Mini BGA ports, microphones, headphones and USB ports, along with the built-in Wi-Fi features, make connectivity a pleasure. The integrated 16 GB memory and additional 32 GB Micro SD Slot support are formidable.

The product has been well priced, ranging from $599 to $679, with a range of offerings bringing about a change in the price bands. This new concept of offering a dual boot system with both operating systems makes for efficient business productivity, as also, a good entertainment resource.

Motorola® won’t update Charm or Flipout beyond Android™ 2.1

Motorola handsets are the ones that have gained prominence and importance over the past decade. Starting from the very basic models, the brand has introduced a variety of apps and services through its upgraded handsets and a variety of models. The latest news doing the rounds in the technology circles is about the decision of Motorola to pull back its plans to update the Charm (T-Mobile) and Flipout (AT&T) handsets with Android 2.2 Froyo. These smartphones were released with Android 2.1. This further adds them to the growing list of Motorola handsets being left behind on older versions of Android. Thus, there have been more devices in the list that would never see an upgrade. Most recently, the company decided that the Cliq XT would stay on Android 1.5 and it would not have features such as live wallpapers or Google Maps navigation.

After updating its Android software upgrade timeline, Motorola had said that the Flipout and Charm handsets would remain on 2.1 for as long as possible. We can only hope that the new handsets such as Droid X or Atrix 4G get more than one update. Probably the problems arise from having to work with a lot of hardware configurations and form factors. On the other hand, these issues can also stem from the Motoblur interface that overlay Android. It could be possible that Moto integrated the custom UI too heavily, which prevents it from acting quickly for rolling out updates. There could be another likely scenario wherein these phones are not being sold out as much as what was anticipated, and that it would be a loss of time and resources on working on updates for such a limited quantity of devices.

Samsung® unveils Android™ based Galaxy Pro feature phone

The Samsung Galaxy Pro is a 2.8” display, touch screen feature phone with a QWERTY keyboard, along with a proximity sensor and light sensor. The Android 2.2 Froyo feature phone, has a 800 MHz processor, introduced in a candy bar form factor.

The Samsung Galaxy Pro works on GSM and UMTS as also HSDPA @ 7.2 Mbps data connectivity on Edge. The 103 gm weighing phone has a full QWERTY keyboard and 4 soft keys. A single camera at the back, with 3 MP resolution features auto-focus, digital zoom, Panorama, Face Detection and also Smile Detection is offered with a video capture resolution of 320 x 240 QVGA at 30 frames per second.

The Samsung Galaxy Pro supports multimedia with MP3 and other protocols of audio, MPEG 4, H.263, H.264 and other protocols for video, FM radio and interestingly also has a YouTube player built-in. Android also supports Flash and Flashlite, and also houses basic built-in online service support for Facebook, Twitter and YouTube upload. Voice dialing and voice recording as also Accelerometer and Compass Sensors are interesting features on this phone.

Bluetooth connectivity version 2.1, headset HSP, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, MicroUSB 2.0, USB charging, 3.5 mm headphone connector, computer synchronization are basic features in the phone. The Samsung Galaxy Pro comes with a 512 MB built in memory and provision for up to 32 GB Micro SD and Micro SDHC slots. Predictive text input, e-mail, Google talk and MMS are standard features available.

The document viewer in the Samsung Galaxy Pro supports Office 2003 and Office 2007 versions. The location based service with GPS and navigation are also built in standards. This feature phone looks similar to a Blackberry, in looks.

With one touch access for e-mails, instant messages and social networking accounts, the Samsung Galaxy Pro has access to over 1,50,000 high quality apps and services from the Android Market. This phone has been specially designed as a business phone, where the looks and form factor do not count. In business what counts is performance. Samsung as an organization have been proactive towards this perspective, offering the Samsung Galaxy Pro with Document Viewing and Editing of MS Word, Excel and Power Point, on the go, with the basic “ThinkFree” Office Document Editor.

The Dual Input advantage improves efficiency of messaging and typing with near desktop computing accuracy and fast fingertip touch screen control. The Samsung Galaxy Pro has been launched formally in the UK, and is expected to be released in other European countries, Middle East, India and the South-East Asia markets over the next few days.

Motorola® Atrix

Motorola Atrix 4G is powered by the NVIDIATegra 2 SoC dual core processor with 1 GB RAM. It has the Android 2.2 Froyo operating system. Motorola and Lenovo have introduced products which defeat the concept of mobile phones, in light of their introduction of tablets, which, when connected to their docking stations perform like laptops. It is definitely an interesting concept of the smart phone in the 4G world today. Are we looking at carrying our laptops in our palms, or, something beyond that? Both these giants have proven that we can move around with a mobile phone, without the bulk of the laptop, and performing as a laptop when we want it to, back in the office or home premises where we need more competing power, beyond what we have on the move.

This Atrix attempt, of merging the two worlds of the smart phone and the PC, sounds great. With the dock you no more have to keep playing with a small little virtual keyboard and can use the full keyboard and mouse provided. The long battery life and the unique built in charger, will provide long haul operations like on flights, and with a larger display also. The resolution on the dock screen, a 15 inch display seems a bit low, and may call for improvement.

Motorola Atrix also has a sleek media player application with fairly decent audio and video. The docking station or the laptop shell as we call it, is using, a modification of the standard Android OS, and in future may be run using a Motorola version of Linux. The web browser on the laptop seems good. The shortcuts to folders, directories, file-browser, Mozilla Firefox etc. seem to be an interesting development. You can also make and receive phone calls using the speaker phone provided in the laptop, or the Bluetooth headset of the phone, allowing you to do everything that you do on your phone even when docked.

T-Mobile® ships Motorola® CLIQ 2 with driving mode app

The Motorola CLIQ 2 smartphone has the Android 2.2 Froyo operating system. It has a slider mechanism and comes with a 5-megapixel digital zoom camera. It also has dual LED flash and an automatic focus for photography. The Motorola CLIQ 2 smartphone supports text messaging, multimedia messaging, instant messaging and e-mailing.

T-Mobile has provided the innovative DriveSmart Android app with the Motorola CLIQ 2 smartphone. Users can easily shift between the driving and basic modes. The driving mode mutes all calls and messages to ensure that the risk of accidents is minimised. The calls are either forwarded to a Bluetooth activated head set or to the voice mail box. The graphical user interface of the application is extremely attractive and the entire program is very simple and easy to handle. DriveSmart enables you to use Motorola CLIQ 2 in a hands-free manner. It also allows you to set an automatic mode to reply to incoming messages. The basic version of DriveSmart requires manual toggling. On subscribing to a monthly plan of $10, the driving mode is automatically set using a GPS. Thus, the DriveSmart app provided by T-Mobile on the Motorola CLIQ 2 smartphone is really innovative and useful for subscribers.

LG® Ally Gets OTA Update to Android™ 2.2 Froyo

In one of the recent news update from the world of electronics, LG has actually beat its rival Samsung in updating to Android system 2.2 Froyo on the LG Ally smartphone. Verizon has actually begun to push for over the air (OTA) system for the LG Ally to 2.2 Android Froyo along with other significant improvements. The update of the software is called LB VS40ZVD and it is far better than other types of software system. It has an enhanced system of security settings and an improved Bluetooth. There are many systems and as a result we see that the options that are available with the people regarding this new device is indeed one of the best that one can expect from an electronic gadget.

Among other features of Froyo, a person can enjoy a lot of other useful applications. There are many types of applications that can be available on your cell phone these days, but this device offers unique features like the Adobe Flash system. It enables faster browsing and a person can now avail the services and it is indeed one of the most essential features in today’s world where the usage of Internet is indeed very high. It also offers the features to store various types of application on a micro SD card.

The size of the software update is 52.3 MB, which takes around 12-15 minutes for the download process to end and 5 minutes for the process of updating. There will be notifications available on LG Ally. All you need to do is press the ‘install now’ option and the process of installation will begin.

If you happen to be moving around, you will not get the updates until you are connected via Wi-Fi. During the process of installation or updating, you will not get any calls or notifications. There are a lot of features that you can expect from this latest offering.

It includes advanced security options like the device lock, device wipe, complexity of password and also minimal password length. You can get the list of the last eight applications used by pressing the home key. The process of Bluetooth apps voice dialing actually displays all the voice instructions and repeats then for further accuracy.

The browser is fast, which enables an easy connection to the web. There are various social applications too that can be highly beneficial to the people. There are a lot of options to look forward to and you can enjoy all the necessary aspects of the device.

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