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Chinese manufacturer Malata is relatively unknown in the tablet universe, as it hasn't been in the spotlight since showing off its SMB-A1011 back in 2010. Now, the outfit's quietly unveiled a roadmap that's got more than a handful of noteworthy slabs in sight. The company plans on launching a vari...

February 22nd 2012 at 6:36pm 0 Comments
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Despite perennial delays that have mysteriously kept every slate of note from formally shipping out, there are actually a surprising number of Tegra 2 tablets floating around. Like this 10-inch Malata SMB-A1011, for instance, which seems to be very closely related to Hannspree tablet and the Interp...

September 22nd 2010 at 12:36pm 0 Comments
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Tabletex. Yep, that's what we're calling this year's Computex since you truly cannot go a few steps on the show floor without stumbling upon a new tablet of some kind. If you've been reading our coverage for the past few days, you know that Intel and Microsoft didn't show up in Taipei empty handed...

June 3rd 2010 at 7:49am 0 Comments
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We'd take all of this with a healthy dose of salt just now, but reportedly, the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA) is looking to grant 11 China-based manufacturers with Blu-ray licenses. As we've already seen, select Chinese companies have long since been listed on the BDA's website of licensees, but a...

June 1st 2008 at 9:11am 0 Comments
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Fine, don't give us an OLPC to fool around with, we're totally breaking up and moving on. Our new love interest: Malata's PC-68001, a $300 laptop which lacks a hard drive in favor of flash (yes!) but only has 1GB of room (boo.) and 256MB of RAM; oddly, it does have an HDMI output (as well as VGA) f...

January 9th 2007 at 12:45am 0 Comments