Kinpo Thin Client: 7-inch Android Tablet


Another awesome Android demonstration at Computex 2009 in Tapei was of the Kinpo Thin Client, a 7-inch WVGA Tablet running Android, and rather well! It has 800×480 resolution and runs on a Freescale proessor.

This is obviously just a prototype, but serves as yet another example of the upcoming wave of Android devices… and not just phones.

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  1. Wow I’m surprised it didn’t flip to landscape mode when looking in the gallery. Pretty thick too! I mean is it a phone because it does have “dialer” in the menu and what the hell is “spare parts”? I know it’s a proto but come on, I think they can do better than that!

  2. Has some rough edges (rotation is apparently not fully worked out yet, as you can see in the video), and they didn’t really show all of the possibilities (how well does it work with the two virtual keyboards?). I also don’t like how there’s extra “edge” at the bottom.

    Things I’d like to see on it: mini-dvi-i out or mini-vga-out, one or two full size USB host slots (for KVM), and an internal PCI Express Mini slot, for OPTIONAL 3G. Oh, and, of course, I’d like to see a 9″ tablet.

    And, then, there’s my usual 6 things I’d like to see fixed about Android, before I’d use it on a non-phone.

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