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Hyundai T7 tablet baffles with quad-core Exynos for impossibly low price

Hyundai T7 tablet baffles with quad-core Exynos for impossibly low price

Today's most mysterious combination of components to hit the mobile universe must be no less than the Hyundai T7 tablet, revealed with a Samsung Exynos 4 quad-core processor and a 7-inch display for just $166 USD. While at that price we're certainly not confident this machine is going to run, it certainly does look enticing with a 1280 x 800 pixel display across 7 inches and an HDMI port out for connectivity with your HDTV. Once you've gotten past those points, it's all comes tumbling downhill.

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APC Paper puts $99 Android PC in a recycled book

APC Paper puts $99 Android PC in a recycled book

Android in a cardboard case and with a sub-$100 price tag: that's what VIA is offering with Paper, a novel (excuse the pun) take on the cloud-computer and prototyping platform trend. The book-shaped system, clads a new version of VIA's Cortex A9-based APC 'board, named Rock - complete with an optimized copy of Android 4.0 - in a recycled cardboard chassis, hooking up to a TV or monitor for web browsing, document editing, gaming, and more.

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Samsung Galaxy M Pro 2 leaked with QWERTY Android onboard

Samsung Galaxy M Pro 2 leaked with QWERTY Android onboard

A device with only a Samsung code-name GT-B7810 has appeared with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and a lovely full QWERTY keyboard in a set of leaked photos. This machine looks to be the next step in an evolution from the original Samsung Galaxy M Pro released in 2012, complete with some metal (or metallic) Android menu keys still running strong. This device will likely take on the soon-to-be-existing BlackBerry 10 with a rather business-minded body ready for action.

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Android Hardware Rundown: 2012

Android Hardware Rundown: 2012

2012 was quite a huge year for Android. We saw the jump from Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and then to version 4.2. Ice Cream Sandwich was a solid operating system, but Jelly Bean made it even better, adding new features like Google Now, better notifications, and even Photo Sphere. However, the software was merely just a vehicle for the hardware to ride on -- the devices themselves were what really shined this year.

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Polaroid IM1836 interchangeable lens Android camera rumored as world’s first

Polaroid IM1836 interchangeable lens Android camera rumored as world’s first

It wouldn't be out of the question for Polaroid to do a double-down with the "first of" cameras in 2013 with a follow-up to their January 2011 release of the SC1630 Smart Camera. As they revealed that first-to-the-market type of device earlier this year, it was a rather giant deal to be combining the power of a standard pocketable camera with Google's mobile operating system. Here near the end of 2012 we're seeing rumor that they'll follow up with team-up with Sakar International for the "world's first compact interchangeable lens Android camera."

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