Mar 22 2010

EAFT Magic Tile and Compal Bring Android Wonder To Another Pair of Tablets

There are times where it really seems as if Android tablets just grow off trees.  Indian-based EAFT is providing us with yet one more of these times. The Magic Tile is another minor brand’s attempt at providing a tablet for Android to run off of.  Let’s see how the specs line up for this one:

  • NVIDIA Tegra 2
  • 7-Inch 1024 x 600 Touchscreen
  • Front mounted 1.3 MP webcam
  • Optional 3G
  • 1080p support
  • 8 hours of battery life
  • Accelerometer
  • Bluetooth
  • HDMI
  • USB

Not bad, not bad at all… until you look at the image.  Very bad.  That logo and body in general have some serious work to be done if this machine wants fit within the last decade. Still, if it’s your taste it will be coming out sometime during Q3 this year.

However, that’s not the only Android tablet news for today: Compal announced in Mumbai that it is releasing a similar tablet.  The specs include a 7-inch screen, Tegra 2, 3 MP camera, and 512 MB DDR2 RAM.  What it most notably doesn’t include is any form of Wi-Fi.  How useful is an internet tablet without Wi-Fi, anyway?

Via Engadget.

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