Tablet devices are catching on with the masses, thanks to an ever more receptive market as well as lowered costs of technology involved due to a more efficient production line. Well, this prototype that you see here comes equipped with a TeleChip processor – that’s different from all the Atom and VIA processors that we’ve come to know and love. Apart from that, you get a 7″ touchscreen display that supports full HD resolution, although you would be better off viewing stored full HD movies on a real HDTV instead where the viewing real estate is a whole lot more impressive. Featuring an ARM 11 core on the TeleChips System-on-Chip, you get support for TS, MKV, MOV, WMV, AVI, RM and RMVB video file formats, an SD memory card reader for expansion purposes, a mini USB port and Windows CE. No idea on when the finalized product will be revealed and in which part of the world, but we guess it would fare better with the Android OS instead.
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