SFR is currently plying its Hubster tablet in trials across France, where this device will come with a touchscreen display like any other self-respecting piece of technology ought to have these days, alongside photo streaming support, music and video playback and Wi-Fi connectivity. You can also opt to remain connected to the Internet via Ethernet, but that’s just plain out of style as you’d look rather silly being tethered to a long cable with said Hubster tablet in hand. Other features include a voice recorder which is linked to the timer, where you can program a time for that message to be played back according to your whims and fancies – guess this makes voice memos a viable reminder option, eh? Interested parties can pick up the SFR Hubster in France from June 15th onwards for €129 a pop.
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