MDM Product Roundup – Vol 22 No 46

The 8″ Nvidia Shield tablet has been re-released, after it stopped selling the device earlier this year. Nothing has changed aside from some minor alterations to the case, and the price: the tablet now costs $200, down from $300. In an attempt to cut costs, Nvidia has also removed the charger, micro-USB cable and stylus from the box; these are now available as accessories, if needed.

Panasonic has released a high-performance version of its 20″ Windows 10 tablet (Panasonic Brings Windows 10 to Toughpad), called the Toughpad FZ-Y1 Performance. Designed for 3D and CAD applications, the tablet features a Core i7 processor and 16GB of RAM, rather than a Core i5 and 16GB. It will be available from late December, for €4,300.

Review Display Systems, in the UK, is now stocking additional sizes of display from Tianma/NLT. The TM035HDHT1, TM097TDH02 and TM150TDSG70 are 3.5″ (320 x 240), 9.7″ (1024 x 768) and 15″ (1025 x 768).

The Xperia Z5 Premium (Sony Enhances Mobile Display – Will it be Enough?) – Sony‘s first UltraHD smartphone – is now available in Europe. It costs €650.

All prices are ex VAT, where applicable.