The year of the tablet is certainly living up to its new name, with 2011 seeing tablets from various manufacturers appearing here and there. The latest company about to launch into the market is Aniol with their Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet.
The tablet is set said to be one that will stand out from the rest but not necessarily in a good way. While tablets are one of the most useful devices out in the consumer electronics market, it seems style plays a big part when customers are deciding which one they want.
The news of the Ainol device follows as a series of teasing photos of it which reveal small sections of the tablet. According to the article at MP4Nation the Android Tablet will feature an ARM Cortex A9 Processor. It will also feature a HDMI out, a microSD, 3G and Wi-Fi.
From the photos which can be seen by clicking the link above, we can see that it has a pearl white design that appears to be quite chunky. Most uniquely the photos reveal a series of buttons on the tablet. Though the size of the device’s screen isn’t yet known, it will apparently have a 1,280 x x800 IPS display.
No price or release date has been set yet but more about the device is also found at the link above. What do you think of this new tablet? Will it be able to compete with the existing tablets already in the market? Let us know in the comments below.
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