The T-series are Chuwi's new line of portable media players, each with their own size - 4.3-, 5- and 7-inches - with their names pertaining to their sizes - T4, T5 and T7 respectively. Chuwi is no novice when it comes to making PMPs, but what sets the T-series players apart from their other players is their design for being an absolute entertainment device. Find out more after the break. They all come with what Chuwi calls 'built-in Flash apps' (not sure if this has any connection with Adobe's) that includes an array of basic game apps. The players are also able to do 720p HD video playback and supports most of your common video and audio file formats. We don't know yet what processor they use, and there's not much more on its other specs, but you can check out more pictures of th
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China's IQQ brand are introducing their own small-sized smartPMP/Android tablet, which one could see as following in the right footsteps of Ainol and their NOVO line. These two tabs are the M1 and the M3, both of which share very similar specs. Their differences aren't very clear at the moment other than the M1 being reported to be released first, and the M3 to still have further development - so there could still be some added features to come. Click after the break for more info on the two. Specification wise, both the M1 and the M3 are powered by a Jz4760B processor, runs Android 2.2 (FroYo) OS, has WiFi connectivity and has a 5-inch screen with an aspect ratio of 16:9 and a resolution of 800 x 480. The tablets themselves share a similar design to the NOVO tabs, and I'm sure an
Summer time is among us, and what better way to spend your summer than to interrupt coupled love-birds, force them to take pictures of themselves with you, and have them poke your belly at a park on a lazy afternoon. That's exactly what the NOVO8 has been up to this summer. Check out more pictures of NOVO8 and his two new bffs after the break. [gallery link="file"] via imp3
We've had plenty of questions asking whether and when we will be selling Ainol's flagship Android device - the NOVO8. We we are happy to inform you that it is finally here and up for purchase at our store front! The impressive NOVO8 is powered by an Amlogic AML8726-M processing chip and has a Mali-400 graphics processor. It has an 8-inch screen with a resolution of 1280 x 768, and given that the NOVO8 still maintains its PMP qualities, watching videos on this thing will be something worth smiling about. As we've stated on its product page, this device is simply put, one of the most powerful Chinese tablets on the market to date. Check it out over at its MP4Nation product page linked here. Hurry!!!!
As I'm sure you are all now aware of, Ainol have been coming out with with smart PMPs - Android bound players wielding the power of WiFi. They call them the NOVOs - each with their own unique special power screen size shown by the number in their name. This blog is about the NOVO8 - the 8-inch player powered by a Cortex-A9 processor and a Mali-400 3D graphics processor with 512MB of RAM, and sports an Android 2.2 FroYo OS. The NOVO8 also does 1080p video playback, has a resolution of 1280 x 768, has HDMI out and use to only come in white. It now also comes in black. Everything else on the black version is the same as the original white NOVO8. We have the black NOVO5 at our store, and even though white can look great (and in some cases horribly not great), its black shell looks as good as
Onda has pulled, stretched, augmented, upgraded and blessed the VX580 PMP with all sorts of added features and upgreaded specs and names. They've done it again, this time adding an 'A' to its name and WiFi to its game. The Onda VX580A is a smart PMP and the successor to the VX580W, or is it the VX580+... err. Let's start that again. The VX580A is a successor to its predecessors of the same model. It sports Android 2.2 (FroYo), has WIFi connectivity and is powered by a RockChip RK2818 processor. It has the same sized screen as the other VX580s - 5-inches - but what's completely new about the VX580A other than added WiFi connectivity is its shell. In stead of the standard bold matte plastic, the VX580A has a brushed aluminum look - a more sophisticated look suited for an Android player, wi
Great news for ICOO players - the company is granting them with 1280p HD (1920 x 1280) video playback capability. For most of these players, 720p was the extent of their video playback abilities, but with the rise in competition, especially with the introduction of the smart, WiFi included PMPs, ICOO have decided to up their game by releasing a firmware upgrade that will vastly improve the viewing experience for any owner. The lucky players include the E600P, E700P, K13 Touch, K13, E700T, E600P and more. As for compatible file formats, regular files like MKV, MOV, RMVB, RM, AVI, etc should all work fine. Images of a few of the lucky players after the break. [gallery link="file"] via imp3
We've very recently blogged about Gemei's HD8900 PRO player - the Android + WiFi successor to the HD8900. Gemei has now done the same to their old HD8800 player. Like the HD8900 PRO, the HD8800 PRO is also an updated version of its predecessor which adds Android OS and WiFi connectivity. Also like its PRO brethren, the Android version on the HD8800 PRO is unknown, although if Gemei is keeping with the times by adding Android and WiFi to their PMPs, we can only hope it's at least Android 2.3 Gingerbread (although 2.2 FroYo is probably the more realistic version). via imp3
First there was the smart PMP - media players that would support Android OS but no connectivity, rendering them practically neutered in that aspect. Then came the revolution of the smart PMP with WiFi - an Android player with all the free range internet connectivity can offer. We have one of these devices in our very own web-store - the Ainol NOVO5. We've now spotted another 5-inch player of the same ilk - Gemei's HD8900 PRO - the successor to Gemei's HD8900 PMP. It is, as mentioned, a 5-inch player that sports Android OS (of what version we have yet to find out) and comes with WiFi connectivity. It has a resolution of 800 x 480, does HD video playback, has 256MB of RAM and supports HDMI out. Gemei are also boasting that it has a long lasting battery life - possibly the same 5-hours the
Vijay here has given us a thorough hands-on of the Ainol V8000HDZ, a quality Ainol player boasting 768p HD video playback and long battery life all on a large and pleasant 7-inch screen with 8GB of internal storage. It runs on the last-generation-yet-still-popular Sochip SC8600 (actually, the Boxchip F15 variant) and is an ideal choice for a budget PMP that can do high quality video playback. The Ainol has a good build quality, but have we really come to expect anything less from the stellar PMP company? What is curious is that Vijay appears to attach little value to the packaging of the Ainol, but with that quality PMP taking centre stage, who else wouldn't?