Gigabyte, a Taiwan based company has few Android smartphone announced previously and their portfolio is not up to the mark. Gigabyte however at CeBIT 2012 held at Germany came up with announcement their upcoming Android tablet called Gigabyte 700 and maybe it will be re branded with other name in the market. Let us go through the specifications of Gigabyte S700 Android tablet which is starting to get a appearance at various events.
Gigabyte S700 Android Tablet
Gigabyte S700 is a 7 inches Android tablet coming out with capacitive touchscreen display supporting multi touch input method. The operating system included in this tablet is Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS and its comes with 3G modem integrated. With that you can use Gigabyte S700 as mobile phone for making calls, 3G calls and for video chat as well as it has front facing VGA camera. This tablet also gets a rear camera with unknown camera resolution provided to us from the source.
The tablet almost looks like the Kindle Fire tablet by Amazon in comparison. Gigabyte S700 has a SIM card slot on the right side edge with easy swap and remove. Just beside the SIM card slot there is a micro SD card slot which is provided to expand the storage capacity attached with this tablet to a maximum of 32 GB using the micro SD card slot.
The rear side camera is seen on the left edge top corner, which is something which we haven’t seen in any tablet till now. The micro USB connectivity for PC transfer and charging is located at the bottom edge and the power button is locked at the top edge. The tablet gets internet access via Wi Fi if you have or you can make use of 3G to browse the web.
- 7 inches display screen
- Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS
- Wi Fi
- 3G HSDPA
- micro USB
Gigabyte S700 was just showcased at CeBIT 2012 event thus it doesn’t have any availability information and no pricing details too were made available. Just as the Eric Schimdt, the Google Chairman tipped that future of Android tablets would be better for cheap tablets, so we might think that Gigabyte will review the price of S700 so that its well in accordance and the minus point of this tablet is the Android version included which clearly means that it is low on processor speed. Do check out other cheaper tablets like Sruta priced at $ 200 , a 7 inches Android tablet and Viota M970 9.7 inches tablet priced at $ 120, both coming out with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.