We have seen some DataWind products in the past before, and we are quite sure that we have not quite seen the last of it, either. After all, they are the ones behind tablet devices that are extremely easy on the pockets – and the Aakash tablet in India does come into mind. The thing is, their devices to date have lacked anything faster than 3G connectivity, which is rather surprising in this day and age, but at least there is Wi-Fi support thrown into the mix as a consolation. Perhaps things might look up when the DataWind Ubislate 3G7 is released, considering how it has just made an appearance over at the FCC.
The DataWind Ubislate 3G7 happens to be a 7” tablet that sports 3G connectivity (you can tell by the name of the device itself, no?), this device passed the FCC’s tests with flying colors, and its test reports do show that it supports quadband GPRS and tri-band HSPA (2100 / 1900 / 850MHz), which would make it play nice with AT&T’s “4G” in the US. Other than that, the remaining hardware details that have been revealed include a 2-megapixel camera at the back, a microSD memory card slot, and Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity. No idea on pricing or availability, though.
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