Friday, 16 April 2010

Viliv's Four New Products Leaked Tablets, Ultraportable Notebook, PMPs From Korean Company

Korea's Viliv has a lot of goodies planned for 2010, and their four new
products have been leaked before their impending CES official reveal.
The company has something for the whole family including a new tablet,
an ultraportable computer, and a pair of PMP devices.
Starting with the tablet, the Viliv
S10 Blade will come with the buyer's choice of two Intel processors, the
Atom Z530 or Z550. 1GB of DDR2 RAM will be included along with up to
128GB of SSD storage. The S10 will run Windows 7 and will feature 3G
connectivity and a webcam.
The Viliv N5 is the new ultraportable notebook, with a 4.8-inch
touchscreen, it's almost small enough to put in your pocket.
Technically, it's similar to the tablet. It will be running an Atom Z520
processor, 1GB of DDR2 and 32GB SSD space, with 3G connectivity and a
webcam.
The Viliv P3 and HD5 are their two new PMP devices. The P3 looks like an
iPhone without the phone, as it'll feature a 3.7-inch touchscreen, and
be capable of HD video and will run Android. The HD5 is a more
conventional widescreen video PMP like the others we've seen, with a
bigger 5 touchscreen, although unfortunately it only will run Windows
CE 6.0. Both PMPs will be offered in three storage sizes, from 8GB to 32GB.
No release dates or prices for these new gadgets have been leaked yet
– we're expecting them when Viliv officially unveils these devices
sometime this week in CES.
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