You know how chip-maker VIA recently promised that tablets could start hitting the US and other countries this year for about $100 to $150? The company has put out a gallery showing just what some of those tablets based on VIA’s WonderMedia PRIZM SmartTouch platform could look like.
A number of these concepts look ind of familiar, which would seem to indicate that they’re based on existing products being produced by companies in China and other locales. A few I haven’t seen before. but all of the images are clearly renderings, which would seem to indicate that only a handful, like the Eken M001 are actually available in any way shape or form today.
The PRIZM SmartTouch platform covers tablets with a low power ARM_based processor, the Google Android operating system, and “long battery life.”
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