Newman launches Newpad Q20 Windows 8 convertible tablet/netbook

Newman launches Newpad Q20 Windows 8 convertible tablet/netbook


Newman have launch the Newpad Q20 a convertible tablet/netbook hybrid running Windows 8 under their Newsmy brand.

The Newsmy Q20 recently went on sale here in China at just 2088 Yuan $340 and is the first convertible tablet/netbook hybrid to go on sale from Newman.

An Intel Atom N2600 Cedar Trail dual-core processor running at 1.6Ghz along with 2GB RAM drives the 8.9-inch device which can easily be opened up to reveal a tiny keyboard or completely folded flat to act like a tablet.

newsmy newpad q20 tablet

As this is based around a traditional netbook design Newsmy have included all the regular plugs and ports including Ethernet, HDMI out and USB. Going through the specifications we an also see that Newsmy will also be offering the Newpad Q20 with Linux installed as an option too!

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  • John Smythe

    What sort of battery life will this have?


  • Sergio

    CedarTrail… N2600? Why not Pentium 166 MMX? :))
    It’s (almost) August, 2013!
    Come on, who needs this crap? Where’s BayTrail, guys?
    Atom E3810, E3821, E3822, E3823, E3840?

    • vaibhav


  • math67

    Very intreresting but why a such old processor? there is clover trail + already, or even celeron or pentium. And the worst is the screen, we are in 2013, the minimum should HD (and it’s a great minimum). FHD should equiped this device.

    And he is too fat. I will keep an eye on, hoping a new model .Juste more slim with a good processor and 10h battery, and it will answer perfectly my needs ^^

  • Louisclub

    i like the idea, but it looks enormous

    • Louisclub

      i meant thick

  • phil

    Hi andi. Can you please point me to the official web site of newman? I looked to but they don’t show their new phones.
    Btw I’m also looking for the Star web site.
    Who’s making phone for them? I cannot find anything on this company. I need to know which 3g frequencies their phones work on. I’m looking for a phone that work in america on 850/1900 and usally this is the kind of info they are giving on their web site.


    • Thomas Johnson

      So long as they have the 850 MHz band should be good to work on att, I got a zopo c2 16 GB platinum and works flawlessly on Att!

      • phil

        I know, that’s why I want to see their web site