AOC, Stream TV, oCosmos Ready Tablets For CES

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LAS VEGAS - Tablet newcomer Stream TV Networks and Korean vendor oCosmos will come to International CES with a variety of new tablets, as will AOC, the manufacturer of LCD/LED monitors and HDTVs.

 Philadelphia-based Stream TV Networks will expand its selection of tablets, having launched its first model late last year. oCosmos will come to the U.S. to show a variety of tablets and what it calls a mobile PC.

And Fremont, Calif.-based AOC will launch the 8-inch Android-based Breeze, an ultraportable tablet with an 8-inch touchscreen that will retail for less than $200 at national retailers, the company said. It will be displayed at the Bellagio Tower Ballroom 5.

The 1.1-pound Breeze runs the Android 2.1 OS and features 800 by 600-pixel touchscreen with auto rotation, 4GB of embedded memory, MicroSD card slot, USB 2.0 port, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g, Rockchip processor, built-in speaker, standard headphone jack and microphone. It is preloaded with web browser, video and audio players, photo browser, email, calendar and e-book apps. Additional apps will be available through the Android Marketplace, the company said.

 The Breeze also features USB OTG, 3.5mm stereo headphone jack, and 12 hours of audio playback or six hours of video playback.

At South Hall booth 26533, oCosmos will show such products as the Windows 7-based OCS9 tablet and an OCS1 handheld mobile PC, shaped like a smartphone and running Windows 7. Additional details were unavailable.

For its part, Stream TV Networks will follow up last year's launch of the

eLocity A7

7-inch Android 2.2 tablet at $369 with an expanded eLocity selection that will include a model with no-glasses 3D display. Details were unavailable.

Stream TV Networks markets such B to B products as digital signage. The Tablets, sold under the eLocity brand, will be the company's first consumer product.

The tablet launch is the first step in Stream TV's strategic growth plan to bring to market innovative products featuring state-of-the-art technology designed to transform consumer communications and a digital lifestyle, the company said.


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