The new Wi-Fi enabled e-book reader from Keen High Holding Limited is something to write home about. This 7 inch device has a TFT LCD screen with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels while the operating system on board is Google Android. However, the biggest distinguishing factor of the tablet is the way the tablet also includes a Kindle-esque QWERTY keypad along with the display on the front. One can also prop up the tablet due its integrated stand feature. It has been accorded FCC clearance and the form factor is quite unique, if not completely ground breaking. Also, while the kaypad attached does add a lot of practicality to the tablet, particularly to those who have to type a lot, it does not add any aesthetic appeal. Not even by the fact that it is the only Android based tablet that has a QWERTY keyboard on it.
The device is not presently available in the States, and there are chances it would undergo some modifications before it is made available there.
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