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China's Onda was once somewhat known as a manufacturer of low-cost PMPs that packed some relatively high-end specs, but it's unsurprisingly since moved on to more of a focus on tablets. While those haven't exactly garnered much attention to date, it's latest certainly continues that high-specs / l

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We haven't seen much of Rockchip's 600MHz, RK2808 processor for mobile devices outside of China and, while we're not entirely confident that this particular implementation will ever grace our retail shelves, it is nice to see that this semi-working prototype exists... somewhere. It's the Vi10 from

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The kids at Onda have had a sideline in nondescript PMPs for years now, but that doesn't mean they lack dreams and aspirations, no sir! The VX560 shows 'em taking a cautious step up the evolutionary ladder with a 7-inch touchscreen slate that rocks 1080p video output via HDMI, support for a plethor

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Onda's VX777 (or VX777+, as it's apparently now known) has been popping up here and there for a while now, but it looks like it's finally nearing an actual release, and MP4 Global has now provided a fairly thorough video overview of the device for the occasion. Unfortunately, it appears that this p

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Don't deny it -- the render / picture / whatever the heck that was of Onda's WiFi-equipped VX777 looked pretty mighty rough. Thankfully for all those potentially interested in this portable media player, the real deal actually looks a good bit nicer than we were led to believe. Not that it's toutin

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Sure, most fullscreen players end up looking roughly the same -- some more than others -- but we like the direction Onda has taken its 4.3-inch widescreen VX767. The player can show off RM, RMVB, FLV, AVI, MOV, ASF, MP4, WMV, 3GP and MPG video on its 480 x 272 LCD, and includes support for TV out.

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If you've ever wondered just how much functionality could be crammed into a single PC Card, it seems that Onda and Siano are out to give you an answer. Deemed the \"world's first combined DVB-H / HSDPA card\" for Italy's TIM, the DT501HS enables users to suck down mobile TV and internet content in one

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If you've ever wondered just how much functionality could be crammed into a single PC Card, it seems that Onda and Siano are out to give you an answer. Deemed the \"world's first combined DVB-H / HSDPA card\" for Italy's TIM, the DT501HS enables users to suck down mobile TV and internet content in one

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Onda's not exactly known for its originality, and even though the VX888 doesn't do much to buck the trend, it's not a half bad media player on paper. Aside from featuring an oh-so-trendy chrome backside, a glossy face and a strange connection with Absolut, this unit boasts a two-inch LCD, 1GB of st

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We've got another PMP from the East for you today: Onda's vx838 has been popping up on foreign language sites over the last few weeks. It has a relatively impressive 1.8-inch screen considering the old-Nano esque form factor, but there's nothing else to get excited about: this is just another 2GB M

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Although we've seen countless rips of the iPhone at this point, we've only seen a couple of them in action -- and when we do, it's almost always sort of depressing. Take this video of the Pasen ITouch DAP (which bears a striking resemblance to the Onda Honey VX858 and the I-Fighting FT4021): the po

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