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We started as the first commercial effort to bring Android to the PC. We're still at it, now on GitHub rebuilding - combining the best of the open-source world, with cutting-edge commercial drivers, licensed from Intel. (Console.com.co)
We started as the first commercial effort to bring Android to the PC. We're still at it, now on GitHub rebuilding - combining the best of the open-source world, with cutting-edge commercial drivers, licensed from Intel. (Console.com.co)
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New Year, New Update

Posted by Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. (Creator)
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Happy new year everyone, we have an update on our new blog, at our new URL - Console.enterprises

You can read more about the name change, spec bump for ConsoleTab, and more at the blog post.

Pierre Laporte and Pamela Howell like this update.

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    1. Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. Creator on

      @Mark - We're updating our site still, you may be looking at our IDF announcement. We really worked hard to make the unveil at the Intel Developer Forum, and we got a lot of good feedback there - thousands of Intel-centric people got to go hands-on with ConsoleTab.

      We can tell you that the specs are largely unchanged, aside from second-gen Cherry Trail. microSD, HDMI with 4K support, and the magnetic keyboard dock has a full-size USB port.

      The onboard micro-USB port charges the device, and we also include a secondary charging port - so you can use the micro-USB port with OTG and charge simultaneously.

    2. Mark L
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      @Nikolay The "Announcement Post" page says that further details will be available "later this week," so I'm assuming that page will be created once the tech specs are finalized (hopefully in the next week or so).

      I, too, am quite curious to see what type of hardware specs and details are involved in this project. If it has a decent-sized screen, SD card slot and/or USB connectivity, reasonable amount of memory, etc., I might be interested. But, as they say, 'the devil's in the details' - I've seen a lot of Android tablet projects that just didn't measure up to what I need/want. My fingers are crossed.

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      Nikolay Ivanchev on

      The hardware page is missing

    4. Pierre Laporte on

      Happy new year Console Enterprises team ! The news seems to be very good for this year 2017 and it make me happy for you ! and for us of course ! :)

    5. Rom on

      Woot an update