The other day we saw 3 tablets with Android, you can remember it here (updated with the prices of the Notion Ink Adam). Today we are going to see other tablets that are coming because they are being announced more and more by many hardware developers.
This tablet has a 7 »TFT screen, has a processor ARM9 and 256 mb of RAM. Maybe a little short of RAM to move with all ease the OS, which by the way is version 1.6 of Android.
It comes preinstalled with 2GB of internal memory Expandable through SD cards. In terms of connectivity it has WiFi and also a RJ45 connector to connect by cable to the network.
It also has a 1.3 MP camera and all this is fed by a 2400 mAh battery.
It is definitely a pretty normal tablet, but if you want to browse and watch videos, it's pretty good since its price is $ 104.90.
Point of View Mobii:
This is another tablet of 7 » but a little more interesting as you can see below.
It has a 800 MHz processor, 256mb of RAM and 4GB of internal memory expandable The version of Android that it carries is the 2.1 and carries a fairly complete media player that It supports the vast majority of both video and audio formats. It also has a card reader, 1 microUSB port, a HDMI output and other Audio.
The battery is 4500mAh So it promises good autonomy. In short, a tablet that looks pretty good, hopefully prices and availability will soon be known.
This is a small tablet with a 7 »screen and that is available at a price from € 145
It has a processor ARM9 at 600mHz, and an elegant design. It does not have 3G, but we can use its potential through WiFi. In its specifications it promises us an autonomy of 7 hours in video playback and 44 hours playing music.
Archos is betting heavily on Android and it is expected that in the coming months they will announce Android tablets and a 1Ghz processor.
Toshiba Folio 100:
Finally we will see this tablet that looks impressive.
It has a 10 ”screen, an nVidia Tegra 2 processor and 16GB of internal memory. This little monster will run Android 2.2 and it has a 1020mAh battery, it seems a little short battery but they promise us about 7 hours of uninterrupted use.
As for connectivity, it has everything you could expect on a tablet with these characteristics, WiFi, 3G, Bluetooth, HDMI connector, two USB 2.0 ports and card reader (SD / MMC).
It also has a 1.3 MP front camera Ideal for video calls. It would also be accompanied by a dock to make multimedia support.
Do you see the tablets useful? Do you think that little by little they will be gaining market?