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Pandigital shuts down, will not honor existing warranties

Pandigital shuts down, will not honor existing warranties

Budget tablet maker Pandigital has officially been shut down, and the company's products are being sold off by liquidators trying to get a fraction of the original value from Pandigital’s remaining assets. Pandigital initially started the sell off over the summer, and are now officially calling it quits.

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Pandigital SuperNova Android tablet launches

Pandigital SuperNova Android tablet launches

Back in August, we mentioned that the Pandigital SuperNova Android tablet had crossed the FCC. That tablet has now landed for people that want a reasonably priced tablet to order. The SuperNova will sell for $229 and is the flagship tablet in the Pandigital line of Android tablets. The tablet has an 8-inch screen with capacitive touch capability.

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Pandigital SuperNova is September’s meh-tastic “flagship” tablet

Pandigital SuperNova is September’s meh-tastic “flagship” tablet

Were you holding your breath for Pandigital's promised "flagship" tablet, due in September? We do hope not, because all signs point to it being not quite as exciting as the name might suggest. According to The Digital Reader's sources, in fact the fourth model is the Pandigital SuperNova, an 8-inch 800 x 600 slate running Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

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Pandigital targets cheap tableteers with Planet, Nova and Star

Pandigital targets cheap tableteers with Planet, Nova and Star

Low-cost Android tablets only occasionally turn out to be as cheerful as they are cheap, but Pandigital is spreading its bet with a new trio of Android-powered models that all slip in at under the $190 mark. The Pandigital Planet, Nova and Star all have 7-inch displays, ARM Cortex A9 processors and rear cameras (the Star throws in a front-facing camera too), along with HDMI output support and Barnes & Noble's eBookstore app preloaded.

 

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: November 22 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: November 22 2010

Apple blast! There's a big fat update in store for all you iDevice owners, that being iOS 4.2 - if you've not already got it, just wait a little bit longer, according to most, this release will be available at around 10AM PST. Then, our little pal Android hits of catwalk in promotion of that sassy Giorgio Armani Samsung Galaxy S. Next, some radical columns for epic discussion: "Why my Nintendo Wii has been collecting dust" and "Why 2014 Will Not Be Like 1984" on the future of Apple's closed system and survival in the face of competing openness. Finally, just incase you missed it, our "Week with" review series of NOOKcolor started on Saturday night! First up, Hardware! All this and MORE on SlashGear Moring Wrap-up!

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9-inch Pandigital Novel tablet on sale for $214

9-inch Pandigital Novel tablet on sale for $214

Pandigital's larger, 9-inch Android tablet/ereader - spotted clearing the FCC earlier this month - has shown up for sale, with QVC offering the Android slate at $213.80. Tipped at $199.99 by Pandigital itself, the slate has 2GB of onboard storage and WiFi b/g, and comes with a 4GB microSD card and a leatherette case.

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Pandigital 9″ Novel ereader/Android tablet hits FCC

Pandigital 9″ Novel ereader/Android tablet hits FCC

Pandigital's new 9-inch Novel tablet has cleared the FCC, complete with plenty of photos and the user manual.  As with the existing, 7-inch Novel slate, the new larger version has a stylus and comes with integrated Barnes & Noble ebook store access and WiFi.  There are also SD card, miniUSB and headphone ports, and a light sensor.

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Pandigital Novel Personal eReader gets epaper touchscreen

Pandigital Novel Personal eReader gets epaper touchscreen

Pandigital has outed another two ereaders, and this time around they've gone back to basics and stuck with epaper displays.  Unlike the Pandigital Novel, which uses a color LCD display, the Pandigital Novel Personal uses a 6-inch 800 x 600 Sipix/AUO epaper touchscreen, though you still get WiFi and a browser app along with PDF and ePub document support.

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Pandigital shows off new digital photo frame with picture email service for Europe

Pandigital shows off new digital photo frame with picture email service for Europe

Pandigital has some pretty nice digital photo frames that are set apart from the pack by the way in which users can send the things photos. These frames can connect to the internet and using software and someone in a different state or country can send a photo directly to the frame. Pandigital has shown off an even easier way to get content onto one of its frames at IFA 2010.

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Pandigital offers up a new Novel 7-inch color eReader

Pandigital offers up a new Novel 7-inch color eReader

Pandigital has announced its latest eReader that supports multimedia content. The new reader is called the Novel 7-inch Color Multimedia eReader and uses a full color TFT LCD matte display. That screen has a resolution of 800 x 600 and offers touch functionality and an intuitive user interface according to the maker.

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Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner/Converter takes standalone scanning mobile

Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner/Converter takes standalone scanning mobile

Pandigital may be better known on these fair pages for their Novel tablet-ereader, but they also make scanners.  Latest on the scene is the cumbersomely named Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner/Converter, capable of taking in shots up to 8.5 x 11 inches and storing them straight to a memory card.

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Pandigital Novel firmware update boosts beleaguered tablet

Pandigital Novel firmware update boosts beleaguered tablet

Pandigital promised to address their Novel tablet's issues with some tweaked software, and it seems the time has finally come.  Nate from The Digital Reader spotted a new firmware update for the Novel, and the good news is that it turns it into a reasonable Android tablet.  The bad news, though, is that as an ereader it still lags behind the nook and Kindle.  Touchscreen responsiveness - after a couple of hard-resets - is much improved, as is WiFi stability, but page turns in the Reader and Library apps are still too slow.

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