The deluge of Tablet PCs continues unabated with more and more coming out from all corners of the globe. And the latest Tablet PC seems to be from the China based company Aigo that has been christened the Aigo N700.
Loaded with many an innovative features the Aigo N700 might well turn out to be the tablet pc to watch out for. Going by the specifications of the much awaited N700, the tablet is going to run the Android 2.1 OS and will have a NVIDIA Tegra 2 graphics chipset. Processing power for the Aigo N700 comes from a 1GHz ARM Cortex A9 and comes equipped with a 512MB of 667MHz DDR2 RAM. Memory options include 4GB, 16GB and 32GB of flash storage.
The 7 inch multi touchscreen display has a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels and measures 8.19 x 4.8 x 0.55 inches in size. This combined with a weight of just a shade above one pound makes this device truly portable. Powering the Aigo N700 are two 3120 mAh batteries which is quite impressive for a device of this size.
Among the other features that the N700 boasts of include integrated WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, microSD slot, HDMI output, SIM, a USB port and audio in and audio out. Plus the N700 also incorporates 3G (WCDMA/EVDO/TD-SCDMA) while also being 1080 pixel HD compliant. The N700 has a few buttons on the right side that invokes the menu, volume control, search and back options.
The device however bears some striking resemblance with the Compal tablet that was unveiled at the CES held earlier in the year. There are no details available as to when the N700 might hit the market or what it might be priced at, though experts opine that it might be selling at around the $300-$400 when it becomes available. However, there is news that Aigo will come up with smaller offering in this version with 4 inch and 5 inch screen sizes and appropriately named the N400 and N 500.
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