Does it have a capacitive or resistive touch screen? I love my x70 but the resistive screen is begging to show its age. As always keep up the great work, this site is what causes me to buy all of my gadgets!
Capacitive, if you were actually viewing the clip JKK mentions capacitive several times.
For what is the red hole?The Processor seems to be a bit too slow for the Device. 2 Ghz Atom is a must i think. SSD inside or HD?
"OMG".....!!!!!! Please..., please...., "VILIV"...!!! I beg the from the bottom of my heart...!!! Make the darn thing through to production...!!!! Mercy...!!! :-(
Please Viliv, if you are going to make this, give it a screen with better viewing angles!
diaplay?s-ips or tn?
Apple's event right after Computex. Do you Know what is the difference between them? Computex is just tech porn and Apple's are announcement of products you can use right the same day and/or purchase in a couple of weeks. They are well thgought products already developed. At computex they just show prototypes to see if people may buy them and then if they see a huge profit and or the way to over price them, then they may produce them a year after. What a waste. save your trips JKK.
forgetting what above just said, i would like to see viliv get this one out the door within a few months =)
Looks awesome, here is Viliv's product page with the specs.. http://www.myviliv.com/eng/product/x10.asp
Thanks for link to the X10 product page. The bottom line is performance and timing. I like instant-on and responsive apps. If the X10 performance is similar to the S10 Blade, Viliv wins. Will the X10 be available before the iPad G2? If not, maybe iPad wins. Competition is GREAT!
@ JosefThe red slot on the Android model looks to be for the wriststrap
I follow you from www.youtube.com.This Blog is good looking.
Nice design. I hope they release an AMD Fusion version when that comes out. That should give the tablet the processing power it needs. Intel Pinetrail is just not powerful enough imo.
Jkk, do you really like tablets for real work? Wouldn't this be better (this netbook, instead with touch screen, what works like a tablet, yet has a real keyboard)?---> http://pixelqi.com/blog1/2010/03/07/diy-pixel-qi-kits/meaning this (51 second video says it all):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgQuLPNP1QUAdd this to the Gecko Edubook that uses AA batteries, (10.1 inch version that is reported to be "in the works"), and you have perfection.When will you have a Pixel Qi screen to do modification video to netbooks with?
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