Monday, March 14, 2011

Sharp Galapagos 10.8 : Specs | Price | Reviews | Test


Sharp Galapagos 10.8 : Specs | Price | Reviews | TestAt the end of last year ago, Sharp announced two new advanced eBook Readers from the Galapagos series. The two models launched are a 5.5 and a 10.8 inch screen models. The smaller one is codenamed “mobile type” while the bigger version is the “home type” reader tablet. For now, we present you more detail on Sharp Galapagos 10.8 specs, price and review or "home type" tablet only.

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What’s interesting about those products is the high screen resolution: 1024 x 600 pixels for the 5.5 inch Galapagos and 1366 x 800 pixels for the 10.8 inch Galapagos. This would make for a great eReading experience. Given the fact that both tablet readers have Wi-Fi, we’ll believe Sharp’s statement that websites will display just like on your desktop on the high res LCD screens.

Sharp Galapagos 10.8 : Specs | Price | Reviews | Test

Specs :

Detailed Technical Specifications of Sharp EB-WX1GJ-B Galapagos 10.8 Media Tablet

Brand: Sharp
Manufacturer: Sharp
Hardware-Designer: Sharp
Release:Date: January, 2011

Physical-Attributes

Dimensions
(width x height x depth):
177 x 286 x 14.7 millimetres
7 x 11.3 x 0.6 inches
Bounding_Volume: 744.1 cubecentimetres
Mass: 765 grams (battery included)

Software-Environment

Embedded_Operating;System: Google Android 2.2
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Operating+System+Kernel: Linux 2.6.32

Graphical:subsystem

Display:Type: color ASV TFT display
Display;Color+Depth: 16 bit/pixel (65536 scales)
Display_Diagonal: 10.8 " (274 millimetres)
Display_Resolution: 1366 x 800 (1092800 pixels)
Viewable-Display_Size: 9.31 " x 5.45 " (236.44 x 138.47 millimetres)
Pixel:density:(dot-pitch): 146.7 pixel/inch (0.17309 millimetre/pixel)

Audio-Subsystem

Audio-Channel(s): stereo sound
Microphone(s): mono sound
Loudspeaker(s): mono sound
Audio-Output: 3.5mm plug

Control:Peripherals

Positioning;Device: Multi-touch screen
Primary:Keyboard: Not supported
Directional_Pad: Not supported
Scroll-Wheel: Not supported

Interfaces

Expansion_Interfaces: microSD, microSDHC, TransFlash
Supports High Capacity (SD 2.0/HC) memory cards with capacity of up to 32GB
USB: USB 2.0 client, Hi-Speed (480Mbit/s)
USB Series Mini-B (mini-USB) connector
Bluetooth;(802.15): Supported, Internal antenna
Wireless_LAN/Wi-Fi;(802.11): IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, 54 Mbit/s
Internal antenna
Infrared;Gate: Not supported

Multimedia;Broadcast

Analog:Radio: Not supported
Digital_Media:Broadcast: Not supported

Power Supply

Battery-Technology: Lithium-ion battery
Battery+Build: built-in
Battery;Capacity: 7 mAh

Additional_Details

Built-in:accelerometer: Supported
Additional;Features:
  • WebKit browser
  • 8GB microSDHC
Related-Page: http://www.sharp.co.jp/mediatablet/product/mobile/index.html
Datasheet+State: Preliminary specifications
Datasheet_Views: 9458 times
Datasheet:Added: Oct 8, 10 14:44:13

Review and Price:

This phone will run on Android 2.2 and has been incorporated 3D technology, Smartphone boasts a 3.8-inch display providing a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels, Android 2.2, 1GHz Snapdragon GPU, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 8 Megapixel CMOS camera with 720p video recording, microSDHC slot for 32GB memory expansion. The 5.5-inch Mobile version (pictured above) has a delightfully dense 1024 x 600 LCD screen, while its 10.8-inch Home sibling offers a very decent 1366 x 800. There's 802.11b/g Wi-Fi on both, while the littler slate is also enriched with a navigational trackball.

Sharp's emphasis here really seems to be on the cloud-based ecosystem it's creating for these "terminal" devices -- 30,000 newspapers, magazines and books have been lined up for its planned December launch and an "automatic scheduled delivery" facility will help you get at them as soon as the latest issue's ready for consumption. Sadly, we should note that this is specifically tailored to suit the Japanese market, which makes an international release seem somewhat unlikely. For a size comparison between the two tablets and the full press release, jump past the break.

Mobile and Home Galapagos models -- a 5.5-inch slate with 1024 x 600 resolution and a 10.8-incher with 1366 x 800 resolution, respectively -- pricing them at ¥39,800 ($474) and ¥54,800 ($653) for the Japanese market. As usual, direct currency translations are inadvisable, but if you must have a price comparison of some sort, the larger Galapagos model (equipped with an 8GB microSDHC storage card) costs ¥4,000 less than Apple's 32GB WiFi-only iPad. Of course, the big differentiator in Sharp's mind will be the e-bookstore and content ecosystem it's working so hard to create for these Galapagos terminals -- the value of which has yet to be determined.

Sharp Galapagos 10.8 : Specs | Price | Reviews | Test

Sharp has introduced two 3D smartphone, whose use does not require the adoption of classical active polarized glasses, contrary to the 3D TV market today. Named respectively Sharp Galapagos 003SH and Sharp Galapagos 005SH, the Japanese smartphone will be equipped with a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, Android 2.2 (commonly known as the Froyo) operating system and 3.8-inch screen (9.65 cm) with a resolution of 800×480 pixels, which allows him a three-dimensional visualization.

The Galapagos 005SH model will propose a full QWERTY keyboard and is equipped with an 8 megapixel camera. The Galapagos 003SH version, however, incorporate an optical sensor capable of recording 720p video and photograph to 9.6 megapixel. The 3D glasses-free technology is not yet available on the market, but more and more manufacturers seem to want to adopt in their device (mostly television), as demonstrated by the number of launches that took place last September at IFA 2010 in Berlin.

Nintendo, for example, is already on course for its portable game console 3DS, scheduled for 2011. Fujifilm, again, has launched digital cameras FinePix Real 3D W1 and W3, which allow not only to take pictures in 3D, but also record video in three dimensions. The 3D content is not yet widespread, both in the market for film and video games, but Capcom the company, which specializes in games, is preparing for the 3D versions of some popular titles: Mega Man, Ghosts ‘n Goblins Gold Knights, and also Resident Evil: Degeneration for Android.

Sharp Galapagos 10.8 : Specs | Price | Reviews | Test

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1 comments:

madhu on March 16, 2011 at 3:59 AM said...

Great review...Thanks for the info!!

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