Australian Telecom operator Telstra is also keen to have a share of the lucrative tablet PC market. With that in mind, the company has come up with a 7 inch tablet which is named T-Touch. Slated to go on sale from November 2, the tablet has been priced at $299, which is inclusive of 3 GB of data usage.
About the tablets, the T-Touch comes with a 7 inch touch screen interface and runs Android 2.1. The tablet also includes front and rear facing cameras, two USB 2.0 ports, two microSDHC slots as well as a dock with HDMI out. The T-Touch will be capable of 720p video playback and boasts of 3G connectivity. The tablet seems to be the re-branded version of the Huawei Smakit S7, however.
The T-Touch can be picked up from most of the Telstra Stores, Telstra Licensed stores, as well as online stores or select retailers.
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