We all knew Hannspree has been into developing a tablet PC running the Android OS. And now, things seems to be moving to a culmination stage as the Taiwanese company has now made available the tablet christened HSG1164 to the FCC, something that we all know is the last step before the tablet is eventually ready for a stint in the markets.
However, while nothing is known as yet as to what the tablet would cost or when its likely to be seen in the markets trying to win the hearts and minds of consumers, what’s known though is that the tablet has got enough gizmos stuffed in it to appeal to both.
Like its build around a 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 processor combined to 512 MB of NAND FLASH along with 16 GB of on board storage plus a microSD slot to open up more storage. Running Android 2.2 Froyo, the Hannspree tablet also features Bluetooth 2.1+EDR along with 802.11b/g/n WiFi along with a few other goodies like a mini USB port, HDMI out slot, an integrated light sensor and a Li-ion battery, all leading up to a quite comfortable weight of just 1.6-pound.
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