Tag Archive: Androidpowered


A startup called Wonder is building an Android-powered Switch competitor

The gadget is scheduled to come out at some point in 2019.

No matter how heavy of a gamer you are, you’ve likely heard about the Nintendo Switch somehow. Whether you spent the first few weeks of March last year trying to seek one out at your local retailer or know about the console through your gaming-inclined friends, the Switch has become something of a phenomenon.

Now, a startup by the name of Wonder is looking to  [Read More…]

Android-powered scooters are now a thing thanks to Archos

Android powers most gadgets these days, so why not scooters? Actually, Archos has unveiled the first scooter to come with a built-in Android-powered display.

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FLIR One Pro preview: An Android-powered thermal imaging camera made for professionals

If you require thermal imaging to get the job done, the FLIR One Pro is one of the best solutions for doing so with your smartphone.

Contractors, road warriors, electricians, plumbers — whatever your occupation is, if it’s dealing with scalding hot things or even temperate metal, chances are you’ll get plenty of use from a little plug-in thermal imaging camera like the FLIR One Pro.

This is the professional version of the FLIR One, one of  [Read More…]

You should definitely buy this Android-powered iPhone case

This is definitely not going to end badly for you.

Let’s assume that a few people actually reading this article have an iPhone in their pocket. Perhaps it’s in addition to an Android device, or maybe it’s just a curiosity thing. But let’s suppose.

If you are such a person, I definitely recommend you invest in the Eye, a Kickstarter project that turns your iPhone into an Android phone.

Eye attaches to the back of any  [Read More…]

Buy Lenovo’s Android-powered Yoga Book for $499 and get a free $100 Amazon gift card

Right now you can score a free $ 100 Amazon gift card with the purchase of a Lenovo Yoga Book. Since its release, the Android-powered tablet has yet to see a price drop, and while this doesn’t mean you are paying less, it is still a great perk. The 10.1-inch tablet comes with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage and a unique Halo Keyboard which makes it stand out a bit more. You can pick one up in your choice  [Read More…]

LeEco wants you to ride its Android-powered smart bicycles

LeEco, the Chinese company whose recent push into the U.S. has been met with excitement, trepidation and more than a little skepticism, is launching a pair of smart bicycles at CES 2017, powered by the company’s own Android-powered BikeOS.

Both the LeEco Smart Road Bike and Smart Mountain Bike are made of carbon fiber frames and single-chain designs, but the most interesting part — aside from the fact that they’re going to be sold in the U.S.  [Read More…]

Daily news brief: Pixel smartwatch vs. Android-powered pancreas

What happened on October 13? I’ll tell you later, I’m writing the news.

Earlier today, I went to the drug store to buy Halloween candy. It was fun, but it also reminded me that it’s almost fall, which is also the end of launch season. As far as release years go, I think 2016 will go down in the books as being one of the more interesting: The subtle creep of the $ 400 powerhouse; Samsung’s  [Read More…]

Android-powered ConsoleTab heads to Kickstarter on August 22

Console Inc., of Santa Clara, CA is gearing up to open preorders for its new ‘ConsoleTab’ tablet. This new tablet is designed to meld the Android and PC experience into one 10-inch portable device.  Kickstarter backers will have options for discounts on the new device as preorders open up on Monday, August 22. Console Inc. is

FiiO X7 Android-powered digital audio player review

The growing desire for higher audio quality means that Android is showing more presence in the digital audio player (DAP) world. Folks may see it silly to carry around an additional device when our smartphones can play audio, but unfortunately, the quality isn’t great on phones yet. LG has recently shown an effort to remedy

ZTE’s Spro Plus is a smart projector with an 8.4-inch Android-powered touchscreen

The latest addition to ZTE’s smart projector family is the Spro Plus, which features a larger Android-powered touchscreen and more. Following in the footsteps of the Spro 2, the Spro Plus builds upon the previous success and makes it even better. ZTE has bumped the touchscreen up to 8.4-inches with a 2K display, and it now comes with a 12100mAh battery inside.

Video output has been improved as well thanks to vertical and  [Read More…]