At the IFA annual conference in Berlin, we have seen many new Tablet PCs unveiled. We also saw a slew of 3D TVs as well. A company merging the two segments is Telefunken and they have shown off two different tablet computers that have a 3D display.
These guys unveiled three different tablets, two of which that seem complete and one prototype. The prototype is known as the T12 3D Touch PAD.
The seven inch model – which has the same stats as the 5 inch model – is dubbed the T9HD. It has a full color touch screen and displays a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. The T9HD has a Yamaha Sound chip for playing MP3s or Internet Radio. You can also view Flash content and it supports Flash 10.01. It features a Google Android 2.1 operating system and has WI-FI, USB/HDMI Port, and a camera. Battery life is touted by the company as being good for over 20 hours of usage. Finally, this model is 3D compliant, but make sure to bring your glasses.
The T9HD will come in 4 different colors and will have SD space for up to 32 GB of extra memory. This unit will be available in the spring, the 5 Inch version of this tablet will be available in Q4 2010.
You can visit the company’s website for more information.
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