Comangi WebStation Launching Mid-December (Android MID)


A company called Comangi will launch a product called WebStation in Mid December and it looks pretty slick. It is an Android-Based MID with a 7-inch screen, WVGA (800×480) resolution, glass touchscreen, Bluetooth 2.0, GPS, MicroSD, 2MP front facing camera, .3MP webcam and runs Android 1.5.


Currently the company only has a sign-up form on their site that promises some sort of coupon if you enter your information by November 26th. I did just that and got an Email back that looks like this:

Hi Rob,

Thanks for being one of the early follower of Camangi WebStation!

Your coupon series number is xxxxx. We will update the latest information with you when Camangi WebStation is available and you can use this coupon number to get the Early Bird Price until then. Besides, to fulfill your needs, we’re also planning to introduce Camangi Market as an Android apps sharing platform specific to 5 to 9-inch screen size to enrich user experience of WebStation. Please wait expectantly for WebStation in the coming soon future.

It’s our pleasure having you in.

All the best,
Camangi WebStation Team

The company has also launched Comangi Market Beta (as explained in above email) which they say will be an Android Market of sorts for 5 to 9-inch MIDs and other Android devices:


Archos has done the same thing for their Android Internet Media Tablet and it was… easier said than done. It will be interesting to see how Comangi fares.

I’m actually kind of excited by this device, especially because of the disclaimer shown at the bottom of the website. Although we’re used to products like these being mostly available in Asia and Europe first, check this out:

Note: Currently this program is selling and delivering in Continental US area only. If you are not resident in US, please let us know.

Here is a video of the Comangi WebStation in action from late September.

I’m guessing this is just a prototype so it should only get better. Not bad. Not bad at all… I want to review this for sure.

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  1. What’s the price on this thing again?

  2. I really don’t think any of these tablets are going to do well unless they are e-ink devices, such as kindle or nook. You can’t put them in your wallet…you’re going to hold on to them all the time?

  3. I like it. I would only get a tablet if I could dual boot Windows 7 and Android and/or ChromeOS..

  4. she has hers set in chinese. does this mean that this tablet will support mutliple languages and not just english and spanish?

  5. How exciting to have an Android device with a large screen! Looks like an exciting toy to have for the holidays.

  6. Yeah, I like this too. I can imagine something like this laying on the coffee table, with a pair of Bluetooth headphones and a keyboard for when I want to do some serious text entry. It’d be a nice e-book reader as well. Hope they add IR if it isn’t there so that this can also be a universal remote for all other household gadgets. Inductive charging system laying on the side table would be a nice addition too.

    Ok, now that I just made it too expensive for me to afford, I’ll quit dreaming. :-)

  7. Comangi or Camangi?

  8. I don’t know. I like the idea of a tablet and all but from that video this thing looks pretty laggy. She says in the video that the media on the tablet doesn’t jump around or isn’t laggy as it jumps around and is laggy right in front of her. She also comments on how sensitive and responsive the keyboard is as the keys are not registering what she is typing!

    This demo reminds me of when I played with the new Android based archos tablet; it had the same amount of lag. It was basically unusable. I hope this gets better around release, I am not impressed so far.

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