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Matrox Graphics Unveils the Matrox Mura Controller Board

Matrox Graphics Unveils the Matrox Mura Controller Board

Today, Matrox Graphics Inc. officially announced, and unveiled, their brand new Matrox Mura controller board, which the company believes will be a new benchmark for collaborative video walls. The company is already busy showing off their new creation at the InfoComm Asia 2010 event, which is taking place in the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Center. And, with the device's ability to provide downstream and upstream on a single board at four times the performance of its closest competitor, we imagine that it's getting plenty of attention over there.

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Coby Kyros Internet Tablet Features 7-inch Screen, $300 Price Tag

Coby Kyros Internet Tablet Features 7-inch Screen, $300 Price Tag

Another day, another tablet. This time around, it's coming from Coby. The Kyros Internet tablet is a touchscreen device that's running Android under the hood, and there's a few features in the small package that may interest anyone out there who's not wanting to go the mainstream route. Unfortunately, it's not a powerhouse, so it won't be winning any rewards any time soon for the speed it possesses.

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Leaked Sony Ericsson ANZU is 4.3-inch replacement to XPERIA X10? [Updated]

Leaked Sony Ericsson ANZU is 4.3-inch replacement to XPERIA X10? [Updated]

Let's not get ahead of ourselves here, but according to the latest Android rumors you may just be looking at Sony Ericsson's successor the XPERIA X10, currently codenamed ANZU. XperiaX10Blog's source reckons the smartphone has a 4.3-inch display along with an HDMI output, and that Sony Ericsson is aiming to release the ANZU in Q1 of 2011.

Update: More pictures from XperiaX10Blog after the cut of what's being cautiously called the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X12.

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PandaBoard OMAP4 developer board on sale for $174 [Video]

PandaBoard OMAP4 developer board on sale for $174 [Video]

The PandaBoard Cortex-A9 OMAP4 developer board we mentioned at the start of the month has gone on sale, priced at a reasonable $174.  Based around a dual-core 1GHz chip with 1GB of RAM, WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1, the PandaBoard supports 1080p 30fps output via HDMI and is intended to allow developers to whip up OMAP4-compatible apps in Android, Angstrom, Chrome, MeeGo and Ubuntu.

Video demo after the cut

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