Huawei IDEOS S7 Slim Tablet

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[MWC] Chinese manufacturer Huawei was showing its new IDEOS S7 Slim at Mobile World Congress. It’s a very cute Android 2.2 tablet that immediately catches the eye when you walk by. That said, with a 800×480 resolution, the user experience is closer to a smartphone than to a tablet. The IDEOS can connect via 3G or WIFI-N and it also has Bluetooth and a GPS. It also seem to have a front-camera for video calls and can run all Android apps. This is pretty much the basic configuration for tablet these days, and I can only hope that it will be priced accordingly (what about $300?). How much would *you* pay for it?

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