Haleron has just introduced its iLet Mini which jumps aboard the touchscreen tablet bandwagon, where you get a 7″ touchscreen display alongside a 300MHz ARM-based processor, 128MB RAM and a mere 2GB of flash memory. That’s not saying much, don’t you think, although one certainly cannot argue with the $149 price point that clearly places this under the radar of impulse buyers. The 7″ touchscreen display has a resolution count of 800 x 480, where you can choose between Windows CE 6.0 or Linux as the operating system of choice. Strange then, the promotional image shows that Windows XP is the OS of choice instead. According to Haleron, the tablet can run anywhere from 4 to 6 hours using a 2,200mAh battery. Other features include 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and optional Bluetooth connectivity alongside an SDHC memory card slot. Any takers?
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