While most fashion brands are content with releasing their own shopping apps or tablet/smartphone covers, it looks like Pierre Cardin isn’t satisfied with being just another accessory provider, and has announced its plans to dip its toes into the Android tablet market. The company has just announced the launch of the PC-7006G – an Android tablet that apparently customers have been demanding from them.
The PC-7006G is your run-of-the-mill Android tablet, except for the exclusive branding and leather case that comes along with it. It features a 7″ capacitive multi-touch display (800 x 480), a Samsung S5PV210 Cortex-A8 1.0GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB internal storage, microSD card slot (supports up to 16GB, 4GB card provided), mini USB host port, mini USB, HDMI output, WiFi, 3G (with an external dongle) 1.3-megapixel front facing camera, Google apps (including the Market), and a 4400mAh battery.
It runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread and measures 19.5cm x 12.3cm x 1.4cm. It will set you back £224.99 ($358) and if you’re interested in purchasing the Pierre Cardin PC-7006G Android tablet head over to the online store.
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