Samsung chip based Tablet

With the amount of tablets on the market at the moment, any new versions are going to have to start offering something special and in this case, the selling point is the Samsung S3C6410 SOC chip that is in there running things.

The tablet does not even have a name or anything, but it has a seven inch display and a 1 GB of SSD, so this is not something to be played with as it is a serious contender, although a name would be nice.

Details for the 7″ Touch Screen TFT LCD Google Android 1.6 Tablet PC w/ Wi-Fi (Samsung S3C6410/667MHz):

Operating System: Google Android 1.6

Processor: Samsung S3C6410

CPU Frequency: 667MHz

Ram: 256MB DDR

Flash: 1GB

External memory: Support micro SD/TF card up to 32GB

Display: 7″ TFT LCD with resistance screen touch

Resolution: WVGA 800*480-pixel resolution

Touch Control: Full size touch operation, sliding menu, functional icon dragging

Orientation Sensors: With accelerometer, automatic steering display screen

Network: IEEE802.11b/g Wi-Fi network connection

Microphone: Built-in

Speaker: Built-in 1 speaker

Slots: TF card (support up to 32G) – 3.5mm earphone – OTG – USB Host – TV Out – Power supply

Software: Google Browser, Google Maps, iReader, MSN, QQ and so on

Language: Support for display of multiple languages and characters simultaneously

Battery: Built-in 3000mAh Lithium battery

Input/Output Adapter: Input: 100-240V (EU plug)

Accessories: AC power adapter – USB data cable – USB host cable – English user manual

Manufacturer’s Warranty: 12 Months excluding physical damages (see specifications for terms and details)

Priced at $139.10

Source [Eee PC]

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