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Dell Android MID tipped for CES 2010 launch

Dell Android MID tipped for CES 2010 launch

Only this morning we were pondering why Apple gets all the decent tablet rumors, and now Dell have stepped - or been pushed - into the fray.  According to Pocket-lint, their unnamed sources have spilled the beans on an incoming Dell Android tablet, bigger than a smartphone but smaller than a regular netbook, arriving at CES 2010 in January.  To us, it sounds a whole lot like the Dell Streak we spotted back in October.

eviGroup Wallet Android MID gets new design, status update

eviGroup Wallet Android MID gets new design, status update

eviGroup's Pad UMPC is all well and good, but we'd be lying if we said we weren't more interested in the French company's upcoming Android-based MID, the eviGroup Wallet.  The 5-inch touchscreen device was potentially going to arrive in France this month, but company CEO Nicholas Ruiz has confirmed that the process is turning out to be a little trickier than eviGroup expected.  The good news is that there's a new prototype - shown here on the right - which looks a lot less "iPhone inspired" and gains a front-facing webcam, and Ruiz reckons it's still on track for a January release.

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Inbrics Android MID promised for US launch

Inbrics Android MID promised for US launch

Android-based MIDs aren't particularly rare - the allure of a free OS has already tempted many a manufacturer - but it's unusual to find one actually destined to the US.  Inbrics' Android MID is one such rarity; the company have announced that not only will they be bringing the ARM Cortex A8 based touchscreen slider to CES in January, they'll also be releasing it in the US in 2010.

Video demo after the cut

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Boeye Android MID gets iPhone style, bargain price

Boeye Android MID gets iPhone style, bargain price

Android tablets aren't exactly uncommon, so we generally reserve our extreme excitement until they actually arrive in stores rather than on display at trade shows touting for business.  Still, when your tablet looks like an iPhone on steroids you're bound to get some attention, and that's just what's happened to Chinese firm Boeye: their MID might run Android but its the striking Apple resemblance (and the estimated budget price tag) that has people excited.

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Dell Streak 5-inch 3G Android MID leaks [Update: Video!]

Dell Streak 5-inch 3G Android MID leaks [Update: Video!]

After Dell CEO Michael Dell confirmed that the company's Android smartphone would, in fact, make it to the US - albeit with some changes from the original Chinese model - details of a second Android-based device have leaked.  According to Tinhte.com and another image supplied to SlashGear, you're looking at the Dell Streak, a 5-inch WVGA 800 x 480 touchscreen Android 2.0 Donut MID, with WiFi, Bluetooth and 3G WWAN connectivity.  Front photos of the Dell Streak - together with size comparison shots - in the gallery, together with a hands-on video after the cut.

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RAmos to release Rockchip Android MID with 1080p?

RAmos to release Rockchip Android MID with 1080p?

Having taunted us with one of the most alluring Android MIDs we've seen to date, only to reveal it was a mere husk intended to show off their 720p-capable HD chipset, Rockchip may slowly be working their way back into our good books.  RAmos Digital are teasing an upcoming Android device for an event to be held on September 25th, and from the promo shot it looks to be exactly the same as the Rockchip concept.

Full specifications of the RAmos Android MID are unknown, though it's unsurprisingly expected to be ARM based rather than using x86 architecture.  It's also tipped to support 1080p MKV (H.264/VC-1), AVI (Xvid/DivX) and various other formats, with bitrates ranging from 30 to 40Mbps.

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ENT Android MID Makes Another Appearance; This Time With Live Images

ENT Android MID Makes Another Appearance; This Time With Live Images

Back at the beginning of the month, we had a whole slew of Android information come swirling into our offices. We did our best to cover it, and part of that coverage was this little piece of Mobile Internet Device (MID) Heaven. It's a pretty slick, piano-black piece of tech that's running some might Android goodness. And, despite the coverage we splattered all over it before, we were lacking any real live shots of the device. Well, now's as good a time for change as any other, right?

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