Chino, Calif. - Sungale plans at International CES to unveil its first Android tablets, having released a Linux tablet in 2009.
The two Android models in the Cyberus series will be 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 applications with integrated 3D accelerator, e-book reader and compatibility with Microsoft Office. The 7-inch model features front-facing cameras for video chats.
The 0.75-inch-thick ID1010WTA features 10.1-inch high-definition touchscreen, HDMI 1.3 mini port, 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.
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 32GB of memory expansion, and built-in 1600mAh battery offering three hours of continuous use. Standard pre-loaded applications in both include Google maps, MSN and Google Talk instant Messenger and more. Neither model is equipped with GPS.
Additional details were unavailable.
Also at CES, the company plans to expand its selection of Kula TV portable Wi-Fi video-streaming devices to add 5- and 7-inch touchscreen models, joining a 4.3-inch model launched earlier this year at a suggested $200. The devices access more than 500 subscription-free IPTV channels arranged by country, language and topic, including news, sports and finance. Additional details were unavailable.
The original Kula TV features 2GB of internal memory built in to store music, video and photo files and a MicroSD card slot for more storage. A built-in rechargeable battery supports up to four hours of continuous play, and it includes clock, calendar and alarm applications.
Sungale's product line also includes digital photo frames, Wi-Fi digital photo frames, e-book readers and IP radios.