The deluge of cheap Android tablets continues unabated. The latest in the list is from Digilink and will set one back by a comfortable $120. Also, a strong point with the Digilink tablet is that with its 8 inch display, it offers an inch more than most budget tablets on offer at the same price range.
The spec sheet is quite impressive with a 1.2GHz dual core Boxchip A10 processor on the inside, which will also be assisted by a Mali 400 GPU for better graphics processing capability. RAM strength is standard, while for storage requirements, the tablets comes with 4 GB of internal memory. There will be a microSD card slot as well to allow for more storage. Also, the 8 inch IPS capacitive display will have a resolution of 1024 x 768.
The rest of the spec details include an mini USB port and a mini HDMI slot, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth along with a 0.3 and a 2 megapixel camera along the front and rear of the tablet. Running the entire show will be Android 4.0 ICS, while providing the juice will be a 5,600mAh battery. No word yet as to how long it can sustain operations on a single charge. The tablet is 11.9 mm thick with the overall fit and finish being quite acceptable.
The tablet is expected to cost around $120 when it reaches the market, though its makers have stated the price will be $93 per unit for those who are willing to buy 500 or more at a go.
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