There is a whole post with partial Kindle 4 disassembly over at blogkindle.com. It reveals 890mAh battery along with ample empty space around it. New version of Atheros WiFi chip and 512kb of flash memory. Read the post to learn more and see pictures.
When Amazon finds a thing that works, it seems that they not only stick with it but embellish upon the concept in new and exciting ways. Where the Kindle allowed users to shop for, purchase, download, and read eBooks all right on the device with no need for a computer in the mix, the Kindle Fire . . . → Read More: Kindle Fire Revealed, Still Looks Great
Today Amazon has announced a foray of new Kindle devices: Kindle Touch (eInk reader similar to latest generation Sony models), Kindle Fire (Android-based 7″ tablet with backlit LCD screen that acts like a storefront for Amazon digital content: eBooks, periodicals, video and music) and Kindle 4 mini (keyboardless Kindle of a very small form factor, priced . . . → Read More: Kindle Fire and Kindle Touch Announced
Today Amazon has announced a foray of new Kindle devices: Kindle Touch (eInk reader similar to latest generation Sony models), Kindle Fire (Android-based 7″ tablet with backlit LCD screen that acts like a storefront for Amazon digital content: eBooks, periodicals, video and music) and Kindle 4 mini (keyboardless Kindle of a very small form factor, […]
Recent news has turned up that Amazon’s upcoming press conference will indeed be an announcement of the new Kindle Tablet that people have been talking about for the past several months. The fact of its eventual existence has been a foregone conclusion to most, with much-cited comments from Jeff Bezos that indicate its practical inevitability, and . . . → Read More: Details Leaked In Preparation For Wednesday’s Reveal of “Kindle Fire”
A member of the SeaShell Series of Eee PC netbooks from Asus, the 1015PX is quite a powerful device for its class and size. Graced with an Intel Atom N570 dual-core 1.66GHz processor, 1GB DDR3 RAM and Intel UMA onboard graphics solution — this netbook is a good option for those are looking for good […]
The X101-EU17-BK from Asus is a slim 10inch netbook that seeks to deliver portability and affordability over everything else. However, that does not cause it to cut back on good performance for the price. It is powered by the Intel Atom N435 1.33GHz processor, coupled with 1GB DDR3 RAM and runs on Intel’s on Linux-based […]
Brite-View has brought out quite a few Wireless HD kits over the past one year and more. Their models have progressively become better with more input options and better signal quality. Credit for this also goes towards Amimon’s advances in the WHDI technology. This model was released towards the last quarter of 2010 and it […]
The Warpia StreamHD is a WHDI based wireless HD transmission kit that is designed to work with PC’s. It consists of a base station style receiver and a transmitting dongle that plugs in to the USB port of a laptop or a desktop. The base station connects to the display via an HDMI port. This […]
The upcoming Kindle Tablet press conference promises to finally bring a first-hand look at what will almost certainly be the dominant Android Tablet PC for months or years to come, but has it still come slightly too late?
The appeal of the Android experience, for the average tablet consumer, has seemed to be a combination of familiarity . . . → Read More: Windows 8 Reveal Steals Kindle Tablet Thunder