For those who are curious to know how the inner workings of a tablet is supposed to go, then you might want to take a step back from all the usual tablet news and check out the Amber from Liquidware, where the Amber in reality is an Android development tablet that has been described as making a journey which is “80 percent of the way to a tablet”. Underneath the hood lies a 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor that ought to be decent enough a performer, while a 7″ capacitive touchscreen display should be adequate to handle all of your bird flinging activities, although we are not too thrilled to hear of the customized Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system – why not have Ice Cream Sandwich thrown into the mix instead? Ah well, at least there is no irritating case to crack or unscrew your way through. This is one of the pricier tablets, where it will retail from $983 upwards all the way to $1,674, and the final sticker price depends on the kind of kit you pick.
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