Telstra is really pulling out all the stops for their T-Touch Tab.
Due out in a few days, the mobile tablet promises to gel all of the features available on smartphones (apps, internet, etc) with a larger touch screen, that will bring gaming, video, e-books and web browsing to life, kinda like the iPad.
Telstra are set to launch the T-Touch Tab on Tuesday next week (2nd of November) - the 7 inch tablet is powered by Google's Android OS, set to be $299 on Pre-Paid, it looks to be great value for money. Where it gets it's kick start from is the ability of the Android market with 100, 000 applications and counting.
There's also a nifty unboxing video, if you'd like to check it out:
Network: 3G 850/1900/2100MHz.
Dimensions: 209 x 108 x 15.5mm
Weight: 500 grams.
Operating System: Android 2.1
Apps: Thousands of Android 2.1 applications via Android Market
Phone features: Voice capable, SMS/MMS capable.
Sound: Stereo speakers plus 3.5mm headphone jack.
Camera: 2 megapixel camera with video recording. Front camera for mobile codes.
Screen: 800 x 480 pixel WVGA resistive touch screen with bundled stylus.
Processor: A Qualcomm Snapdragon processor running at 768MHz.
Battery life: Talk time up to 150 minutes, video playback time up to 150 minutes, standby time up to 140 hours.
Entertainment: MP3 player and video player handling MPEG4 (.mp4, .3gp, .3g2), H.264 (.3gp, .mp4, .3g2), H.263 (.3gp, .3g2).
Memory: 512MB internal memory with micro-SD card slot expandable up to 16GB. Comes with a 2GB card included.
Connectivity: Wi-Fi (b/g/n), Bluetooth.
Navigation: GPS built in.
Mobile broadband speeds: Typical download speeds 550kbps to 3Mbps. Actual speeds vary due to factors such as distance from the base station, local conditions, user numbers, hardware and software configuration.
Warranty: 24 month manufacturer warranty.