BenQ Announces Android-based R100 Tablet

BenQ announced this week that it too would get involved in the world of Android-based tablets come 2011. They will will enter the market with the R100 tablet, the device will be a 10-inch tablet that will hopefully ship with Android when it's released.

EA Android Games on Sale, most for $.99

So you've got a new Android device as a result of the holiday season, or you're just a bit bored with some time off work or school. What better way to spend that time that with the wide array of EA Android games which are now on sale for just $.99!

GameLoft Launches 10 New HD Games for Android

GameLoft, despite its distribution issues, is a great company for mobile gaming. They haven't been too active on Android devices, but it looks as if they're ready to start the push into serious mobile gaming by releasing 10 HD titles for the month of December.

TechCrunch Goes Hands-On with a 42-inch Nexus S

Giant display phones are not a new thing in the world of retailers. Apple has made giant "demo" models of their iPhone, and Google even made one of the original Nexus One. As we all know, these units were simply playing a looping video showing off the software features of the devices. This Nexus S, however, does not - yes, it actually works!

BenQ R100 Android tablet due Q1 2011

BenQ apparently intends to launch an Android-based tablet, the R100, in Q1 2011. The slate supposedly runs Android 2.2 on an 833MHz Samsung processor, and has a 10.1-inch 1024 x 600 resistive touchscreen, 8GB of storage and an HDMI port. There's also mini USB, a microSD card slot, WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth, and BenQ reckons the R100 will last for up to 12 hours of use on a single charge. It'll come with a stylus, in China at least, to support handwriting recognition. BenQ is supposedly looking to put together digital content deals - including a "BenQ Book" ebook store - in time for the R100's launch. No word on pricing at this stage. [via MP4Nation]

Notion Ink Adam’s Canvas Image Editing Program Demo [VIDEO]

Hooray for the continuation of Notion Ink's Adam tablet running some wild Android wackiness. Today there's a drawing and image editing app "Canvas." This is a slightly more entertaining application that's been show in the first few videos, both drawing and editing images - the video demo below just shows the drawing bit. Get pumped up because not only is there different brush types and a fabulous selection of other tools, there's LAYERS!