Netbook News was at GigaOm Moblize 2010 yesterday, and they spent a few minutes talking with Marvell. NN got a chance to take a look at the Mobylize, the 10" Android tablet that Marvell is hawking for the education market.
I've seen this tablet back in February at TOC. That one was just the Moby tablet, but the only difference were the apps running on it; the hardware is the same.
If you're interested in learning more about the Mobylize tablet, you might want to visit the Mobylize website.
It's an interesting tablet, but I'm beginning to wonder why no one seems to be using it. I was told by Marvell that they have partners working on the tablet, but they won't say who. I was also told that there was a pilot program running this fall, but Daniel Yoo, a Marvell PR rep, won't give me any details. At this point it's really beginning to feel like wishful thinking on the part of Marvell.
BTW, if you're using a version of this tablet, I'd like to hear from you.
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