It seems we can’t go a day without seeing a new Android-based tablet of some sort, now. Nigeria-based Encipher has come up with their own prototype and hopes to launch it in their country of origin. It sports a 7″ touchscreen (not yet sure if this is resistive or capacitive) with a 2:1 resolution of 800×400.
Other specs include a 400mhz VIS8505 processor, 16gb hard drive, 512 megs of RAM, HDMI out, and a lot more. The company has posted more images on their official Facebook profile, so head over there if you need a closer look. Check out the full list of the Encipher’s early specs below.
* CPU:VIS8505 400mhz
* 16GB HDD
* LCD: 7″ 16:9 aspect ratio, 800*400 resolution
* Wifi:802.11 b/g.
* External 3G( means one can use their existing USB mobile broadband with the device).
* Android 1.6 (codename: Donut).
* 35mm jack, HDMI output, support for TV-OUT, USB2.0, SD/MMC card port,
* Accessories: User manual, HDMI cable
[via Android Authority]
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