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Hanvon BC10C multitouch Win7 tablet gets tested: premium feel

Hanvon BC10C multitouch Win7 tablet gets tested: premium feel

Hanvon's BC10C (and its BA10E sibling) was a surprising stand-out from CeBIT 2010 recently, a multitouch-capable 10-inch slate running Windows 7.  jkkmobile managed to bring one home from the show, and has been testing it out to see whether it's all good news.  The upside is that media performance - thanks to the 1.3GHz Celeron ULV processor - is decent; the downside is that CULV notebook style components don't add up to extremes of battery life.

Video review after the cut

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Hanvon BC10C and BA10E multitouch tablets get CeBIT 2010 video demo

Hanvon BC10C and BA10E multitouch tablets get CeBIT 2010 video demo

Remember Hanvon's Windows 7 tablet slyly spotted all the way back at IDF 2009 last year?  The company has brought along the latest version to CeBIT 2010 this week, and its gained a sibling too.  The Hanvon BC10C and BA10E each run Windows 7, the BC10C having a 1.3GHz Celeron CPU and the BA10E using a 1.6GHz Atom Z-series CPU, and jkkmobile ended up very impressed by both tablets.

Video demo after the cut

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Hanvon N510 ebook reader: first space, now the world

Hanvon N510 ebook reader: first space, now the world

Chinese firm Hanvon have announced a 5-inch ebook reader, the N510, using the E Ink Vizplex display and Hanvon's own pen-input technology.  The N510 is 11mm thick, in part because it has no backlighting, and has a 167ppi, SVGA 800 x 600 display.  It's a well-travelled design, too; astronauts used the N510 in space during the Shenzhou-7 space mission in September.

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