Kids go to school and need to pass a battery of tests before the world deems them “fit” to assimilate into society as a working individual. What about gadgets, you say? Well, that would mean taking a short trip over to the FCC and make sure that said gizmo will be able to please the overlords there before making their way to the mass market. One of the latest devices to hit the FCC would be the ZTE-manufactured Android 2.2-powered tablet known as the AD8000, where it will run on a 600MHz ARM926EJ dual core processor from Rockchip. Capable of holding up to 16GB of internal NAND flash memory, it can be further expanded with an SD memory card slot. 3G connectivity is supported as well, not to mention a front facing camera and trackball for an alternative mode of navigation (and gaming, perhaps?). We don’t have a peep of its pricing or release date just yet, so stay tuned!
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