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Ilse Jurriën : January 4th 2010 - 23:15 CET

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NewsFreescale smartbook with new tablet design : Freescale Semiconductor has unveiled the future of the smartbook category with a tablet reference design featuring a 7-inch touch screen with up to four times the viewing area of a typical smartphone and based on a form factor that is approximately one-third the size and volume of today’s typical netbook. The solution is intended to enable a second generation of smartbook products with prices less than $200 and featuring form factors that fully leverage the power, performance and functionality advantages of advanced ARM processor technology. It is designed to provide instant-on functionality, persistent connectivity and all-day battery life. The tablet will be demonstrated at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show.
Smartbook tablet

Freescale smartbook tablet processor
The new smartbook tablet runs both the Android and Linux operating systems. Designed to help OEMs jump-start creation of smartbook tablets, the solution is based on Freescale’s highly integrated i.MX515 processor incorporating ARM Cortex-A8 technology. It also includes Freescale’s MC13892 power management IC, SGTL5000 audio codec and MMA8450Q 3-axis accelerometer. End products based on the design could hit retail shelves as soon as the summer of 2010.

Smartbook tablet prototype design
"Freescale’s new smartbook tablet opens the door to an exciting new world of compelling form factors specifically designed and optimized to support common online activities including social media, high-quality audio/video playback and light gaming," said Henri Richard, senior vice president of Sales and Marketing for Freescale. "We believe the tablet will emerge as a popular form factor for the next generation of smartbooks. By introducing this prototype reference design, Freescale intends to play a vital role in propelling the mainstream adoption of smartbooks."

SABRE tablet platform for smartbooks
The design is the first platform in Freescale’s Smart Application Blueprint for Rapid Engineering (SABRE) series. The SABRE tablet platform for smartbooks incorporates feedback from a recently completed end-user research study conducted in conjunction with Savannah College of Art and Design’s prestigious Industrial Design program.

Tablet smartbook

Tablet smartbook products
"Semiconductor providers looking to differentiate in the nascent tablet market will need to offer solutions-focused system reference designs if they are to succeed with the world’s foremost consumer electronics OEMs," said Jeff Orr, senior mobile devices analyst at ABI Research. "There is clearly strong end-user demand for tablet form-factors, and new reference designs look to play a major role in helping OEMs speed tablet smartbook products to market."

Smartbook tablet incorporates Wi-Fi and Bluetooth features
The Freescale tablet includes Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless connectivity, and also features a 3D desktop framework with touch screen/QWERTY keyboard support. 3G modem and RF4CE protocol options are available. The tablet’s modular approach to 3G connectivity lets systems designers select carrier-specific air interfaces appropriate for different regions. Modules can be pre-certified by carriers and selected to match a range of features and performance targets. This method makes it easy to migrate quickly to new modem technologies as they are introduced.

Freescale smartbook tablet web browser
Example smartbook platform applications intended to run on the tablet include a web browser with Adobe Flash Player and multimedia plug-ins, a media center, PDF and image viewers, a mail client, an RSS reader, an office suite, handwriting utilities and various widgets for Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Weather SMS and other applications.

Smartbook

Smartbook reference design features
• Size : small/thin form factor (200mm x 128mm x 14.9cm and weighing 376 grams)
• Processor : Freescale i.MX515 processor provides high performance and low power
• Power management IC : Battery charging system for both USB and wall charging
• Display : 7-inch (1024 x 600) touch screen
• Memory : 512 MB DDR2
• Storage : 4-64 GB internal storage; removable micro SD
• Connectivity : 3G modem (option) 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1, GPS, RF4CE (option)
• Ports : USB 2.0 and USB mini (also for charging), audio in/audio out, SIM card
• Audio : speaker, microphone
• Camera : 3 Mpixel (video recording up to VGA @ 30fps)
• Battery : 1900mAh, USB charging
• Sensors : MMA8450Q 3-axis accelerometer and an ambient light sensor




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