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Cost of tablets keep dropping


We’re very sure that we will open our cornflakes packet one day and find an Android tablet fall out. In the meantime, Morgan Computers has brought out its Google-powered tablet computer for an extermely reasonably £85.

So you could have gone and bought an Android table from Disgo or Next for £180, but for nearly £100 cheaper, Morgan Computers has launched a 7-inch device.

It runs Android 1.7.4 and it only stuffs in 128MB of memory and an ARM9 VIA8505+  400MHz chip. Storage-wise it has 2GB on-board but that’s expandable via USB or SD card.

It boasts a 800 x 480, QVGA screen. And connectivity-wise it features 802.11 b/g/n. Multimedia functions include a 0.3-megapixel webcam and H.263 AVI support files.

Its battery life is only three hours but that’s more than enough to get bored with the novelty of having such a cheap piece of kit.

You can pre-order it now by following this link.


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