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£90 Android Tablet comes to Toys 'R' Us

£90 Android Tablet comes to Toys 'R' Us

By 28 October 2010

Toys ‘R’ Us has signed up the Elonex eTouch android tablet Pocket-lint first saw at IFA in Germany, selling it to those who want it for just £90. The price means it becomes the cheapest Android tablet on the block beating the Next and Disgo tablets... >>

EXCLUSIVE: Cool-er partners with Elonex for new colour eBook reader range

EXCLUSIVE: Cool-er partners with Elonex for new colour eBook reader range

By 9 September 2010

The Cool-er eBook reader was an interesting concept on its launch back at the end of 2009. It was light, (fairly) inexpensive, had decent page turn speed and, most importantly, stood out from the crowd as fun and funky. However, in June 2010 it had all... >>

The Elonex eTouch tablets that want to be the iPad

The Elonex eTouch tablets that want to be the iPad

By 2 September 2010

If you thought the Viewsonic ViewPad looked like the iPad, wait 'till you get a look of the Elonex eTouch tablets, which to us at least, appear to be a dead ringer to Apple's iconic iPad. The new range, launched at IFA 2010 in Berlin, will consist of... >>

Elonex ebook: The next chapter in ebook readers and tablets?

Elonex ebook: The next chapter in ebook readers and tablets?

By 31 August 2010

PC maker Elonex are the latest company to confirm they will be launching multiple ebooks and tablets at IFA 2010, when the show starts on Thursday. In an invite to Pocket-lint detailing their new announcement and inviting us to the company's show stand,... >>

iGAME FAMILY TV dock borrows from iPhone, Wii

iGAME FAMILY TV dock borrows from iPhone, Wii

By 15 September 2009

Elonex is to launch what it says is the world's first TV games dock, the iGAME FAMILY, that plays non-app iPod content as well as apes the Nintendo Wii. Designed in the UK, the iGAME is described as a "convergence product that takes the best functionality... >>

Elonex launches e-book reader through Borders

Elonex launches e-book reader through Borders

By 30 June 2009

Borders has announced that it'll be selling a new e-reader from Elonex, called the ebook. It's been specially developed for Borders, and is aiming directly at the Sony Reader. It comes packed with 512MB of memory - enough for approximately 1000 eBooks... >>

Carphone recalls webbooks from stores

Carphone recalls webbooks from stores

By 12 November 2008

Carphone Warehouse is recalling its own-brand "webbook" from all its stores, in order to change the netbook's operating system, industry sources are reporting. It seems customers are finding the unfamiliar Linux operating system, that the cheap Elonex-made... >>

Elonex Webbook notebook
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Elonex Webbook notebook

By 1 August 2008

With consumers snapping up netbooks faster than companies can make them, what makes Elonex think it has the solution with the Webbook? We took a closer look to find out. Available from Carphone Warehouse the Elonex Webbook offers a 10.2-inch screen, 1.6GHz... >>

Carphone's free webbook deal goes live

Carphone's free webbook deal goes live

By 21 July 2008

We have previously brought you the news that this offer was to launch, but we can now reveal that the Carphone Warehouse's free webbook deal is live. The "webbook" in question is a 10.2-inch ultra mobile PC made by Chinese company Elonex Technology. The... >>

Carphone offers Elonex "webbook" free on contract

Carphone offers Elonex "webbook" free on contract

By 3 June 2008

In the midst of UMPC news craziness, Carphone Warehouse has announced the launch of a 10.2-inch UMPC, an ultraportable "webbook", powered by Elonex Technology. The mobile phone retailer says it is ahead of the market with the webbook being the world's... >>