Creative ZiiO: Android 2.1 7-inch Tablet PC Specs

By Daniel Chubb - Dec 17, 2010

With the rejuvenation in the Tablet PC market we are seeing lots of different devices entering into it, we have the Apple iPad, which is the most successful at this time and the Samsung Galaxy Tab that was much more popular than Samsung would have thought from day 1.

Now we’re going to tell you about a new tablet that is making its way into what is becoming a crowded market. The device is made by Creative and is being portrayed as an entertainment tablet with heavy emphasis around audio compatibility and capabilities. We now move onto the specs.

The Creative Tablet PC has a 7” resistive touch screen with a screen resolution of 480 x 800 pixels, it comes with either 8GB or 16GB of internal storage dependant on what model you buy. It has Bluetooth 2.1 EDR, an HD output slot that goes up to 720p and the memory is expandable by microSD up to 32GB. It supports a number of file formats for both Audio and Video including most of the main ones like bmp, png, jpg, mpeg4, avi, mkv, mp3 and more. All this and the device is reasonably priced at $269.99.

The device runs on the Android 2.1 operating system and it is compatible with Windows Vista and Windows 7. You can view a demo of the device at the bottom of our article courtesy of Creative. You can also view the full specs of the device from the Creative website by clicking here.

What do you think of the Creative Tablet PC? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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  • Android is the best O/S for any phone or tablet! The Creative looks pretty good, but I wanted a lighter tablet with a higher screen resolution, so I went with the new ICAN.

  • Bobeee

    I have just purchased one of these and the touch screen is OK in my opinion. The real issue, as a music playing device, is the seeming lack of support for streaming media services such as Spotify. Add this to the mix and use it with something like a QED uPlay (which is also apt-X) and it rocks. It would be a really good alternative to a Sonos with much more functionality.

  • Jo

    Problem is touchscreen will probobly suck

  • What’s to say-yet another AndroiD tablet.Lot’s of question marks over whether or not Android is still the best O/S for tablets.I’m still hanging out for BB’s Playbook which has a unique O/S that they assert is more suited to tablets.