Sungale To Add
By Joseph Palenchar On Jan 6 2011 - 6:01am
LAS VEGAS —
Sungale plans to launch its first
Android tablets sometime this year, having released
a Linux tablet in 2009.
The two models in the Cyberus line are the
10.1-inch ID1010WTA at a targeted $329 and a
7-inch ID708WTA at a targeted $229. They feature
Android 2.2 OS, 3D gaming, 3D gaming
applications with the integrated 3D accelerator,
e-book reader and compatibility with Microsoft
Office. The 7-inch model has a front-facing
camera for video chats.
The 0.75-inch-thick ID1010WTA features
10.1-inch high-definition touchscreen, HDMI
1.3 mini port, a removable 1700mAH battery
that supports up to four hours of continuous
use, and built-in Wi-Fi 802.11b/g for access to
the Web and to more than 20,000 applications
from the Android Market.
The 7-inch model has an LED-backlit widescreen
display, embedded front-facing 1.3-megapixel
camera, 2GB of internal memory, MicroSD
card slot for up to 32 GB of memory expansion,
and built-in 1,600mAh battery offering three hours
of continuous use. Standard preloaded applications
include Google Maps, MSN and Google
Talk instant messenger and more. With Google
Maps, users get their current position on a map
when connected to a Wi-Fi source.
The company is also expanding its selection
of portable Kula TV models to add 5- and
7-inch touchscreen models, joining a 4.3-inch
model launched last year a suggested $200.
The 4.3-inch model, which features portable
media player functions, accesses more than
500 subscription-free IPTV channels arranged
by country, language and topic, including news,
sports and finance. Details were unavailable.