Marvell $99 Moby Tablet Gets Official

Posted: Mar 21 2010, 11:46am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:06pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

 
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Earlier this week we reported that Marvell was in the process of working on a 10" tablet PC. Now Gearlog reports that several details about this tantalizing new gadget have been revealed. First off, we've learned that the price of this baby is NOT going to be as astronomical as we'd assumed. It will cost just $99.

This tablet will sell under the name "Moby" and packs a Marvell Armada 600-series processor, capable of delivering up to 1 GHz of power. This chip can handle 1080p video encoding and decoding, as well as "some" 3D graphics. It will run on either Android, or Windows Mobile. As previously revealed, the display is 10.1".

Some of these new tablets will be donated to a good cause. Marvell has started a pilot program with some Washington DC at-risk public schools. They're donating a new tablet to every child at said school.

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