The people at Medion – a little-known company who sells what I would call second-rate products – have introduced two new devices at IFA Berlin. First up is an Android tablet. It’s actually in line with most Android tablets these days, specs wise, and also shares similar pricing.
For about 400 pounds, you’re walking away with a dual-core Tegra 2 processor, 32GB of internal storage, HDMI, USB, quad-band 3G radios and more. I’d probably get a tablet from a more proven OEM at that price, but it isn’t a bad device on paper.
There’s also the Gingerbread-equipped phone. It will have a 4.3 inch display and will also have quad-band GSM radios so that anyone in the world can use it (granted they’re in the coverage map of a GSM carrier). It also has a 5 megapixel camera but no other specs have been revealed. I’m guessing many of you will pass. Don’t blame you, honestly. [PocketLint]