The folks at Shenzhen Wozo Industrial Co. must be happy. One of their creations, the Woozoo tablet, has made it through the FCC noose successfully (reported wirelessgoodness). For a break, the WooZoo is not Android based as the majority of the devices available. Most e-readers or tablet PCs that have been spotted of late at the FCC have all been based on the popular Google operating system.
However, only sparse details of the tablet are available as of now. But since it’s Windows running the show, the tablet has to have heavy duty stuff within it. The tablet has a 1.6Ghz Intel Atom Z530 processor at its heart coupled to a GB of RAM. On board storage is in the form of a 32GB SSD which can be further enhanced by way of the multi card reader that comes with the tablet.
The rest of the spec story includes 2 USB ports, one VGA out port, 3G and a front facing webcam. A 8.9 inch touch screen makes up the front of the WooZoo tablet having a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels.
So the next thing for Windows tablet fans to look forward to is when the WooZoo tablet is eventually launched. However, what’s almost certain is that the tablet is unlikely to be WooZoo once it reaches the US or other European markets. It won’t be surprising if somewhere down the line we come across a tablet that’s remarkably similar to the WooZoo but sporting a different name.
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