Android-Powered Tablet PC Introduced by IN Media

IN Media Tablet PCIN Media launched their IN Media Tablet PC which is powered by Google’s Android 2.1 operating system, integrating all applications and media in one portable device.

The IN Media Tablet PC comes equipped with a seven inch and ten inch LCD displays, and a forward facing camera. The included HDMI Interface offers consumers the ability to connect their Tablet PC to high definition large screen television sets.

The full featured touch-screen Tablet PC by IN Media has Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g and Bluetooth EDR 2.1 wireless connectivity options.

CEO of IN Media, Nick Karnik, said that consumers will be able to talk on the phone, play games, read e-books, listen to their favorite audio track, watch movies and experience internet content on both the device and other external displays. He also stated that the Tablet PC will allow internet video sharing sites such as YouTube to be accessed anywhere, at anytime, and that this Tablet PC is also a computer, communication device, and an entertainment center with SD storage card that goes up to 32GB.

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