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Yesterday, Pandigital announced the launch of its new 8-inch SuperNova Android 2.3 tablet in the US.
Pandigital’s new SuperNova delivers powerful performance with advanced features and functionality for seamless interactivity with the latest digital applications and content.
The tablet has a 1GHz (Samsung S5PV210) Cortex A8 processor and 512MB memory, which power its 8-inch (600×800) TFT LCD capacitive multi-touch screen. The processor with a dedicated graphics engine provides fast response times and enhanced performance for playing games, watching movies or browsing the web. It is also equipped with 4GB of storage space, WiFi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth v2.1, two cameras (front and rear) micro HDMI port, mini USB and a micro SD card reader (up to 32GB).
Pioneer’s 10.1-inch DreamBook P10+ 3.0 tablet is now available in Australia.
The device, advertised as “One of The most powerful 10-inch Dual Core Gaming ePad with Android 3.0, and Flash Support” has an nVidia Tegra 1GHz Dual-core CPU, up-to 512 DDR2 (667/800MHz) memory. It comes with 10.1-inch (1024 x 600) WXGA multi-touch LCD and its battery life is up-to 6.5hr, when 1080p video is played.
The company Camangi (known in Germany as Eo-Link), previously recognized for its 7-inch WebStation 2 and FM600 tablets, introduced its new 7-inch Mangrove7 Android 3.1 Honeycomb WiFi tablet for the Japanese market.
Camangi named its third generation tablet after the Mangrove tree, a coastal habitant in the tropics and subtropics.
Based on the latest technology nVIDIA Tegra2 dual-core chip platform, Camangi Mangrove7 is a multifunctional, stylish and simple to use tablet. Powered by a 1GHz T20 Cortex A9 processor and with a Corning Gorilla glass screen multitouch display this slate weighs just 380gr.