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|28th July 2010, 18:46||#1|
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$150 Android tablet pops up in Kmart flyer
Kmart flyers have started advertising a $150 slate from Florida-based Augen Electronics. According to specifications posted on Augen's site, the Gentouch78 tablet has a 7" 800x480 touchscreen, an unnamed CPU running at 800MHz, 256MB of RAM, 2GB of presumably flash-based internal storage, built-in Wi-Fi, and an SD slot. A USB cable is included "for data transfers only," and there's a mini-USB port on the device.
The system runs a reasonably recent 2.1 revision of Google's Android operating system. With the included video player, Augen claims users can watch their favorite movies at 720p, suggesting some measure of decode acceleration may be present for HD video. There's no word on support for smooth Flash video playback, though.
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