Sharp has just made things a bit more hectic for the men at FCC where the Japanese consumer electronics company’s latest device, the Sharp Media Tablet is now being put through its paces. However, while its a Media Tablet that the tablet is being referred to now, there is no information as to the tablet’s media capabilities or, for that matter, what other feats the tablet is able to pull off.
Sporting the model number EB-EX1GJ, the tablet though is known to have under its hood a 800MHz processor along with 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi connectivity, both of which we know will not fetch the tablet any performance awards. Also, being a media oriented device, there is every likelihood of the tablet to include a headphone jack along with sufficient internal memory to store all the memory intensive media files. Attached memory card slots too can’t be ruled out.
Battery life too is an important consideration for a device to have credible media capabilities while it won’t be surprising if Android too comes into the picture as the company is already in the process of building a smartphone range running the Google OS. Then, to further add to the mystery, a strange logo or symbol on the back of the device has further muddled things up.
We got to wait a bit longer for the clearer picture to emerge.
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