Camangi WebStation (7'' Android Tablet) Pre-Orders Open, $399

Posted: Dec 5 2009, 12:14pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:03pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

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If you've been looking for a PMP/tablet PC with the Android OS, today might just be your lucky day. Slashgear reports that Camangi has opened up pre-orders for their new Webstation Android Slate. This 7" touchscreen device has e-reader functionality, full browser support, and a claimed stand-by time of 4 days (4-5 hours with use).

The WebStation isn't going to win any awards for being hot under the hood, but it's no slouch either. This slate is powered by a Marvell 624 MHz processor and has 128 MB of RAM. Nothing exceptional, but perfectly serviceable. It only has 265 MB of flash memory, but the WebStation supports SD cards and comes with a free 8GB MicroSD card. The touchscreen is resistive, the WiFi is b/g, and the OS is Android 1.5.

Alright, so the WebStation has some hardware issues. Resistive touchscreen, very little internal memory, and it only accepts up to 16 GB SD cards. At least the price is fairly reasonable; $399 with free shipping, and a guaranteed ship date before the end of the year. If the Camangi WebStation sounds like the gadget for you, pre-order now at this location.

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