The tablet has integrated Wi-Fi and a front web cam. The manufacturer says that run for up to five hours on a fullcharge. Dimensions for the tablet are 10.35 x 0.45 x 6.5-inches and it weighs 1.32 pounds. This certainly is the high-end tablet, but at a special price of only $49 it would be perfect for a child wanting a first tablet this holiday season.
Tablets have become so light, there is less of a weight penalty with increasingly larger displays. What's preferable? A 9.7-inch tablet that's 1lb in weight, or a larger one that is slightly heavier? Read mo ... Source: Neowin
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