Now, it goes without saying that a smartphone these days tend to come with a virtual keyboard on their touchscreen displays – and there is only a bunch of models that offer a slideout physical QWERTY keyboard just in case you haven’t gotten yourself used to a virtual keyboard. As for tablets, well, what need is there, other than to connect it to an external QWERTY keyboard? It seems that the brains behind the WR780 Wifi Ebook think differently, incorporating an actual QWERTY keyboard into this 7″ Android-powered tablet itself.
Sporting a 7″ TFT LCD display at 800 × 480 resolution, it will unfortunately run on Android 2.1 Eclair which frankly, we do not think a software update is coming your way anytime soon. Well, it is already at the FCC for approval, so perhaps this is a tablet for those who just want to dip their toes? I could think of far better options for beginners though. One thing’s for sure, this is a unique model for a tablet albeit rather outdated and borders on the entry level side of things.
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