Anyone looking to purchase the Archos 32, an 8GB media player running Android?  It seems someone accidentally posted the new Personal Media Player a bit early, before removing it, but we still managed to get the details on this unannounced product.  The Archos 32 will offer a 3.2-inch touchscreen display, 8GB of storage for media files, 802.11n Wi-Fi connectivity, a built-in camera, Bluetooth, a web browser, and Android 2.1 as the operating system.  The media player is expected to be offered for $147.00. [via Engadget]

Reuters are reporting that Verizon and Motorola are teaming up to offer an iPad competitor. Details are sketchy at the moment but it would appear as though this tablet device will sport a 10” display and provide dual cameras for video conferencing. The device is purported to take advantage of Verizon’s TV service, FiOS. Whether this support would mean streaming to the tablet from within the home or the ability to load TV programming onto the tablet for later viewing remains unclear. Verizon and Motorola are both refusing to comment upon the speculation. The tablet is supposed to offer Flash,…

There are a couple of really cool things about the Notion Ink Adam. First, it offers Nvidia’s Tegra-2 chip for processing under the hood. Secondly, it touts a 10.1-inch Pixel Qi transflective screen. What does this mean? This device can provide both an electrophoretic reflective mode just like E-Ink, but change to offer a backlit LCD mode too. The downside is that the backlit mode doesn’t seem to be as vibrant as normal LCDs. But hey, normal LCDs don’t have the option for super low battery consumption E-Ink options too. Thirdly, and finally, rumor has it that Notion Ink’s Adam…

The Dell Streak, an Android smartphone that looks like a mini tablet, is set to go on sale this week according to Dell’s U.S. website (“late in July”).  The Streak boasts a massive 5-inch 800×480 resolution touchscreen display that will work on AT&T’s 3G HSPA network here in the States and features a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and a 5-megapixel camera. For more, keep an eye out on Dell’s webpage. [via SlashGear]

Interpad are set to release a 10” capacitive multi-touch tablet before the year is out. One of the most appealing aspects of this device is the 1Ghz Nvidia Tegra 2 T20 Dual ARM Cortex-A9 processor chip along with the 1GB of DDR2 RAM that float’s around inside. In fact, why stop there? There is very little about this device which seems cheap. The on-board storage is 16GB along with room for another 32GB MicroSD. The whole thing is super-slim and measures up at around 253 mm x 164 mm x 12.5 mm weighing only 660g. In terms of physical connections…

Little known manufacturer Augen are set to release a 7” Android tablet called the GenTouch78 via Kmart. The whole thing should cost around $150. For your money you will get a whole host of features. In truth, the only thing that is missing seems to be 3G connectivity because this puppy is alleged to offer Wi-Fi only. However, given what the rest of your money will grab you, the 3G omission could easily be overlooked. We’re expecting to see this 7” display offer a 800×480 color TFT touch panel screen. The core inner workings include a 800 Mhz CPU along…

Olive Telecom are based in a country with a population of 1,139,964,932 people. This is a useful starting point for sure. They have recently announced India’s first 3.5G Android tablet going by the name of the Olive Pad VT100. This device is set to run Android 2.1 initially, but is already rumoured for an upgrade. The device offers a 7-inch form factor pushing a capacitive touchscreen offering a healthy 800 x 480 resolution. The device is designed for multifunctional use and provides 3.5G HSUPA, Wi-fi, and Bluetooth accordingly. With an inbuilt three mega pixel camera and a front camera, the…

Liu Jun, senior vice president and president at Lenovo’s Consumer Business Group, recently announced that the company would continue their ‘Le’ brand and follow up on the LePhone with the LePad. The LePad is set to compete with the iPad and is confirmed by the company. Lenovo are reported as saying that they want to ‘win’ in China before taking their wares abroad. According to analyist Bryan Ma, associate vice president for IDC Asia-Pacific, “Lenovo has a strong brand name that resonates with local buyers. That’s something that’s in their favor.” Lenovo are widely respected for their sturdy laptops and…

The stars look to be aligning for a possible Dell Streak offering on AT&T this month.  Engadget is reporting that the Android powered device is set to launch on July 19 per some of its tipsters.  The Dell Streak smartphone/tablet, available on carriers in the UK, runs the Android 1.6 OS and features a large 5-inch touch display, WiFi, 3G data, and built-in GPS.  We assume similar specs will be offered if the rumor is true.

Velocity Micro, a privately held computer manufacturer located in Richmond, VA (USA), have recently announced their new line of Cruz readers and tablets. The most notable thing to mention with this release is that the devices are remarkably affordable, and fairly attractive to boot. The price range goes from $149 to $299 and covers the three types of products on offer. Taking e-readers light-years past e-ink, the Cruz Reader features a sleek design, touch screen display, and tons of multimedia features. The Cruz Tablet offers the same multimedia capabilities as the Cruz Reader with more storage and a multi-touch screen….