Taiwan based manufacturers it seems have upped the ante as far as tablet PCs are concerned. Quanta Computers is the latest to come up with its own tablet PC, in much the same manner as many of its domestic compatriots like ECS or Netronix have done in recent times. And the good thing with the Quanta QV3A (until it gets a proper name) is that the tablet has already made it to the FCC, which raises the chances of the tablet actually going on sale.
However, there isn’t a lot of information available of the tablet just yet. And the only few bits that has come out into the open include the QV3A packing in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities both of which has secured FCC certification. Its not knwn as of now if the tablet will also come with 3G or 4G capabilities.
Also, while still not confirmed but the QV3A seems to also include a front facing camera, a microSD card slot, a micro USB port, as well as a headphone jack. Then there are four buttons along the bottom bezel which is suggestive of a version of Android earlier than Android 3.0 being part of the picture. Lastly, while there is no information about when the tablet will eventually be launched or what it will be priced, there are unconfirmed reports of the tablet actually making it to the market towards April 9. However, it will be interesting to see if the QV3A tablet makes it to the market carrying the Quanta brand name considering the the company is an original equipment manufacturer engaged in manufacturing tablet PCs for several companies.
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