Little innovation is seen in the world of tablets, very little. Removing the logical evolutions of each generation that bring improvements in processors and power, the rest is not usually very relevant. We had the last big news with the surprising price of the Kindle Fire that will land on the market for only $ 199, but little else.
Motorola is one of the old acquaintances, the first tablet to show off the Android version for tablets, and we have always expected a lot from them, especially now that it belongs to Google. But they wanted to start with new things for a winery we didn't expect, and they have done it with their new Motorola ET1, a tablet that is reinforced with a rubber exterior.
It is true that The tablets look pretty delicate, and when you have one in your hand you tend to be quite afraid that you will fall and suffer serious damage, so the idea is pretty good, of course It will increase the life time and appearance of your tablet quite, but the truth is that visually it is not the most attractive thing, and of course considerably increases its sizealthough lThe 7-inch Gorilla Glass screen makes it very thin and partly counteracts. Although not everything is the aspect, and for many this curious characteristic of ET1 will be important.
- Android 2.3.4 with special functions for the business sector
- 7 inches 1024 x 600 with a brightness of 350 nits
- OMAP4 Dual-core at 1 GHz
- 1 GB of RAM
- 4620 mAH Battery
- 8 MP of camera that taxes at 720p and front camera
- 630 grams of weight
Regarding its interior we have bad news since will not count on Honeycomb, but with Android 2.3 Gingerbreadpresumably upgradeable to Ice Cream Sandwich coming soon. Has 8GB of internal memory Expandable via microSD slot.
What do you think about this invention? Would you buy it
via | ubergizmo