While higher priced tablets from many reputed companies have been hogging the limelight of late, one tablet PC within the $200 price bracket has established itself. Named Tablet PC 7 (which sounds more like an internal nomenclature than the final commercial name), the tablet comes from the IN Media that is known more for its IPTV services than anything else.
Curiously enough, IN Media is not showing off any pictures of the real thing, although it has revealed most of the specification of the Tablet PC 7. With a 7 inch screen (as the tablet’s name might suggest), the Tablet PC 7 lacks 3G and is based on Android 2.2 Froyo. We know the tablet include an integrated camera, Wi-Fi for connecting to the Internet, Bluetooth and a SD Card slot. However, we know nothing about its processor, RAM strength, or its internal storage.
IN Media is claiming the the new tablet will have the power to support common apps related to gaming, business, or entertainment. In Media CEO Dr. Nick Karnik has this to share of their latest tablet venture: “We are allowing users to migrate from Laptops and Netbook PCs to the more robust applications supported on the Tablet running Android 2.2. The Bluetooth keyboard capability provides a smooth transition.”
The tablet is expected to reach markets in April and there surely will be more information available of the tablet before that happens.
via android community
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