Sunday, 31 July 2011

Marvel TBT-10C Mercury Pad Tablet may hit market soon

Marvel  is about to launch its new Android Tablet called Marvel TBT-10C Mercury Pad Tablet. This tablet  has quite good features and specifications when compared to other tablets in market.

Specifications and Features:
  • 7-inch TFT capabilities Multi Touch Screen display
  • 800x400 pixel resolution
  • 1GHz ARM cortex A8 Processor
  • Google Android  2.3 (Ginger Bread) OS
  • DDR2 512MB RAM
  • Various internal storage options including 4GB/8GB or 16GB
  • Expandable memory upto 32GB
  • 2M pixel rear camera
  • 0.3M pixel front camera
  • 1080p HD video Output to HDTVs
  • Wifif 802.11 b/g
  • External USB 3G Module for 3G connectivity
  • Built-in Stereo speaker
  • 3.5mm audio jack and microphone
  • 360 degrees G-Sensor
  • 3G Support
  • USB 2.0 ports
  • 2250 mAh battery
  • Weight : 510gms
  • Price: $259

From above specifications and features, with available 7 inch tablets in market, Marvel TBT-10c Mercury Pad tablet competes well.  Look wise it resembles iPhone 4. There are various additional features like USB 2.0 support,1080p HD video output to HDTVs. Only one question still remains when Marvel will release 10-inch tablet. Need to wait and see.

What do you feel about this product.  Feel free to drop your comments.

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Source of this post : techlap



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