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Barnes & Noble introduced its new WiFi 7-inch NOOK Tablet.
The NOOK Tablet is Barnes & Noble’s new fastest and lightest tablet, loaded with Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The device has 7-inch (1024×600) VividView IPS touchscreen display (169ppi), powered by 1GHz TI OMAP4 (Texas Instruments) dual-core processor, 1GB of memory and 16GB of storage (up to 10,000 books), which can be expanded with additional 32GB through its SD card raeder.
A day ago, Sharp introduced its business-type 7-inch Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) RW-T107 tablet with FeliCa IC chip in Japan.
The tablet has a contactless IC card reader-writer with the new generation of FeliCa IC chip (announced in June 2011- technology owned by Sony), which provides enhanced AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) security. TheIC chip has a read/write NFC (Near Field Communication) function for ISO/ IEC 14443 type A communication method (MIFARE). Also, the FeliCa IC chip has a higher performance, reliability and lower power consumption.
Sharp’s RW-T107 tablet comes with Texas Instruments OMAP 4430 (dual core ARM Cortex-A9) under the hood, operating at 1GHz. It also has a 7-inch (1024 x 600) TFT capacitive touch LCD, 512MB of memory and 8GB storage (part of which is populated with OS files). In addition, WiFi, BT 2.1 + EDR, 2 cameras (2MP-front, 3MP-rear), micro HDMI, micro USB and Micro SD memory card slot. The slate weighs just 395g, including its built-in 5,400 mAh high capacity lithium-ion battery which can hold up to 8 hours of continuous video playback.
E-FUN Inc. 7-inch nextbook M703U tablet was released in Japan.
The tablet comes loaded with Android 2.1 OS (Android Market and Flash not supported), powered by 600MHz dual-core ARM926EJC CPU. It features a 7-inch (800 × 480) wide TFT LCD touchscreen display, 512MB DDR memory, IEEE802.11b/g (3G not supported) and 4GB of storage, from which the OS occupies about 1GB. Expandable storage choices are, through the SD/SDHC memory card slot (up-to 16GB) or the USB2.0 port).