If you’ve been completely underwhelmed by the slew of cheap, Android 1.6 tablets from Shenzhen over the last couple of months then here’s a bit of news. The Phecda P7 is a 7″ Android tablet running Android 2.1. It’s sporting an 800 x 480 multi-touch screen, ARM11 processor running at 650MHz, 256MB of RAM, 4GB of storage and an SD card slot. The battery is an underwhelming 1300mAh that will give you about 4 hours of use.
Other tidbits include an HDMI output, support for 1080p playback (presumably over the HDMI port) and the option of USB keyboard. Phecda have also said you can upgrade to v2.2, probably around October. Priced possibly around US$150. [Via Shanzaiben]
It is light and thin, use ipad’s outlook design, smaller than mini laptop. It’s screen is 7”, screen resolution is 800*480. It is very convenient for you take it to anywhere at anytime because it’s small and outlook slightly curved design. Multi-touch function. You can control it very well just only touch it slight ,and you can download pictures ,listen music ,play games etc. Control everything in short time, everything it will do just you like .