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Advent Vega Tablet PC: Specs Include Android OS 2.2

We have recently spoken about alternative tablets to the iPad, like the Samsung Galaxy Tab and BlackBerry PlayBook. A report by Tim Stevens over at provides us with some details on the new Advent Vega Tablet PC.

This device is said to run the Android 2.2 operating system, and will be powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 1GHz processor. When out and about, you can use 3G via its integrated SIM slot or use the Wi-Fi that allows connectivity to Hot Spots or your wireless network at home.

A capacitive touch screen is offered measuring 10-inches with an integrated 1.3MP webcam, as well as other features including a HDMI port, 512MB of RAM and an internal storage space of 512MB, but can be expanded by the microSD card slot.

According to Engadget, Dixons UK will be stocking this Advent Vega device, as from 18th October for £249. Do you reckon you will get this new Tablet PC?

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Scott Deagan
Scott Deagan

Where is it? More vapor-ware? Where is it? It's now the 19th, and it's not in stores…


i know the flash max to 16GB
i check in the android tablet pc website


It's reported that it comes with a 4GB flash card in the micro-SD slot.

E Graham
E Graham

I had almost decided to purchase the Advent Vega Tablet when it becomes available in November, until I discovered through this article that it only comes with 512MB of storage! This has got to be a misprint as the cheaper 10″ tablets (costing around £100) have at least 2GB!!! If this is an error, I hope that Dixons will make it clear as to the exact specifications of this device before the release of the Archos 101 Internet Tablet (Android) PC which is 10.1″, 12mm thin, 16GB storage and has just about all the features of the AV for £299.… Read more »


If it has Flash Support and Android Market Place yes, oh – and if it Kindle works on it – big yes!!

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