Its celebration time at the South Korea based company Cydle. Reason being their M7 Multi Pad tablet has earned the necessary FCC certification that is needed for the tablet to be seen on store shelves in that country.
As for the tablet, its not one that will make you excited as its just some basic stuff here. Like the 7 inch tablet runs the not almost obsolete Android 2.1 operating system. Behind the 7 inch, TFT LCD 800 x 480 pixel touchscreen display lies an 800MHz ARM11 processor coupled to a 256 MB RAM.
On board storage stands at 8 GB while the M7 MultiPAD also comes with other features such as a G-Sensor, built in speakers, mic as well as a headphone input port. The M7 will also be capable of outputting 1080p HD video via its HDMI port.
Also, a good thing with the M7 MultiPad is the detachable dock that it comes with that props up the tablet either vertically or horizantaly, which makes the M7 great to use while watching videos or for surfing the web.
The company is yet to come up with firm pricing or availability details though for some reference, Cydle had earlier announced in mid 2010 that the tablet will cost $199 when it is launched.
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