Dual-core processors for Android tablets seem to be the standard these days – even Shenzhen manufacturers have started using them in their own creations. A company named Yipai has released a new tablet called the C7, which is powered by Renesas’ A9 EV2 dual-core processor. Pretty impressive for a sub $100 tablet. Other specs of the Yipai C7 include: a 7″ capacitive display, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage, a front facing camera, microSD card slot (up to 32GB), 2x USB 2.0 ports, a 4100mAh battery, optional 3G and GPS, HDMI output, and Android 2.2.
While Android 2.2 might be a turn off for some people, it is a budget tablet after all, and with any luck, users should have no problem finding a way to root the device and upgrade it with a custom ROM. The tablet will be available in eight different colors: grey, silver, purple, green, brown, yellow, blue and black. No word on whether they’ll hit the US, but they definitely look like pretty decent budget devices. More pictures at the source link.
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