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Interactive Ideas Acme TB01 7 Inch Tablet PC

Interactive Ideas Acme TB01 7 Inch Tablet PC - New light-weight tablet for every day, anywhere use with Capacitive multi touch screen and latest Android 2.3.

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Category : Computers and PDAs
Product : Acme 7 Inch Tablet
Price : £179
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Interactive Ideas Acme 7 Inch Tablet

Interactive Ideas and Acme have launches their 7 inch tablet, allowing you to browse the internet and share music, videos and images. It has a 1GHz processor, 4Gb of flash memory, built-in web cam and the latest version of Android (v2.3). The tablet is controlled via a capacitive 7 inch screen with the battery allowing up to 12 hours of music, 4.5 hours video and 6 hours of internet browsing. With Wi-Fi technology you visit social networks and browse YouTube videos.

Acme 7 Inch Tablet Specifications:

CPU   S5PV210 (Cortex A8) CPU, speed 1 GHz
Memory   RAM 512 MB DDR2
Flash memory   4Gb (expandable via micro SD card slot up to 32Gb)
Screen size   Capacitive 7 inch
Resolution   800 x 480 pixels
Operating system   Android 2.3
Camera   0.3 megapixel
Battery Capacity   2000 mAh
Life-time   Up to 12 hours of music, up to 4.5 hours video, up to 6 hours of internet browsing
Units dimensions   12.07(W) x 1.35(H) x 19.51(D) cm
Unit weight   391g
Video output   mini HDMI (1080p and 720p)
Audio output   3.5mm headphone
Data connectivity   USB 2.0 hi-speed

The Acme 7 Inch Tablet is distributed in the UK by Interactive Ideas and is available for MSRP £179.49 inc from Amazon. For more information please visit the Interactive Ideas website.

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walkerr 12
1 Nov 2011 7:40AM
Maybe I'm missing the point, but I'm struggling to see how this is photo-related news? No part of this tablet seems to be specifically spec'd or suitable for photo use, even in the most basic sense of something as simple as raw viewing or tethered shooting.

Come on editors - ePhotozine doesn't need to become a general tech news site, there's a ton of those already.

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