Watch out iPad! Google is coming, and it’s coming fast!
Samsung Galaxy Tab, that’s the name of the newest Android 2.2 tab powered device. It has a 7″ multi-touch WSVGA (1024×600) display, 1.06Ghz processor, 3.0MP camera with LED flash, GPS, Full HD Video Player, Video recorder (720×480) and Flash Player Support.
Andrew, an avid Android user himself, teamed up with some friends at Google to bring their little green mascot to life. Series 1 features 12 different designs in blind-boxed cases of 16. Pick up a few and try your luck, or grab a whole case to secure a nearly-full set. Be on the lookout for some super rare chase editions. Each vinyl figure stands 3” tall and features a rotating head and arms.
Arguably the most dazzling new e-reader shown off this week, this device features an 11.5-inch screen, the largest on the market, and an insanely thin chassis (barely a quarter-inch) that has a flexible, damage-resistant screen inside. Perhaps more impressive is the Skiff’s software, which lays out periodicals in the way they were intended. Designed more for magazines and newspapers it’s the closest thing to the electronic paper that we have right now. No pricing or release date announced yet.
Samsung E series
No fewer than four e-readers are on tap from Samsung in a variety of sizes, most with a unique feature: Whip out the stylus and you can write notes on the device in longhand. Designed with the PDA fan in mind, they’re otherwise a relatively straightforward lineup, with book sales through Google and wireless features. Available “early this year” for $299 to $699. Read More…