Tablets are the wonder of 2011. All sorts of cool handheld PC’s are hitting the markets at a rapid rate. The screens are better and the interfaces keep getting better, but what about the processors, and when will they compete with laptops?
Check this out! It’s one of the newest tablets in the Android family. This wonderful tablet utilizes the extremely fast Dual Core ARMv7 Cortex A9 1GZ processor. Yes that's right; it is a functioning Dual Core tablet. It’s running 512 MB of RAM with 4 GB of flash memory built-in. With all of this running Android Froyo 2.2, you will be absolutely amazed at what it can handle and how fast and snappy this device really is. It has a 7” capacitive multi-touch screen with an 800 x 480 resolution. It has a responsive accelerometer built in for screen rotation and ultimate gaming fun. Not to mention Flash 10.3 is supported, as well as 3D gaming.
A tablet just wouldn't be a tablet without built-in Bluetooth 2.1, as well as Wi-Fi; b/g/n. 3G is an option on this tablet but it requires the use of a 3G adapter. Standard equipment also includes a micro SD/TF card reader expandable to 32GB. A built in VGA camera is a nice compliment to this machine, the microphone is built-in also. HDMI out and a micro USB in, round off this tablet nicely.
This machine is complete with all the codec’s you need to play any audio and video you throw at it.
Be the first of all your friends to have a true Dual Core tablet PC that out performs the rest. And with a remarkable one year warranty how could you go wrong!Specifications:
Dimensions: 7.68 in x 4.53 in x 0.39 in (19.5 cm x 11.5 cm x 1.0 cm)
Weight: 12.98 oz (368 g)
* 1-Year Manufacturer's Warranty: this warranty is offered directly by the manufacturer. Should the item become defective within the manufacturer's warranty period (physical damages and damages caused by incorrect usage excluded), customers may send the unit back to DX's Hong Kong office. DX will help forwarding the item to the manufacturer for repair or replacement, and will look after the progress. The customer will need to cover shipping fees both ways.