Here’s ANOTHER one! If you’re thinking about a tablet computer, you’ll definitely want to keep coming back to our site as we continue to update you with the latest video reviews of the new tablets!
Acer announced today that they plan to release three tablet computers early next year, boasting screens from 7 inches to 10.1 inches. In February, Acer will roll out the first 10.1-inch convertible tablet, based on the Microsoft Windows platform and using an AMD chip. Acer will also release two tablets running Android software in April, a 7 inch using a Qualcomm chip and a 10.1 inch using an Nvidia chip.
Based on the company’s current pricing models for other computing devices, Acer will undoubtedly be price competitive with other tablets. Expect them to do well!
Sharp has a new file format, known as Next-Generation XMDF, or ever-extending Mobile Document Format, and has introduced two prototype eReaders, signalling their intention to take on the Kindle and the iPad!
Both eReaders, announced in Japan this week, will have full color screens and feature the new file format. This file format allows a much more fluid integration of both text, audio and video when viewed on eReaders.
According to the corporate press release, “The next-generation XMDF enables easy viewing of digital contents including video and audio, and allows automatic adjustment of the layout to match and meet publishers’ needs.”
With persistent rumours of TWO new models of the popular iPad, and Kindle releasing a color version, this year’s Christmas gift season should be HOT for eReaders! And, we as consumers, can expect some EXCELLENT deals!