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Android-Powered Tablet from Haleron

Mar 01, 2010
In attempt to push Apple's iPad aside, Haleron has recently unveiled its Android-powered iLet Mini HAL tablet with a TFT LCD touchscreen that has a resolution of 800x480 and a VIA 600 MHz processor.

BestTabletReview says that the new 7-inch tablet also boasts 128MB of DDR2 RAM and a 2GB flash internal drive.

The user may also consider increasing the storage using two USB ports or an SD card slot which allows expanding the storage with a 32GB card.

More features of the tablet include: WiFi b/g, Ethernet and optional 3G via a USB dongle. The iLet Mini HAL supports ePub, TXT and HTML eBooks, AVI video, MP3 audio and JPG images. The user can also use Word, Excel and Powerpoint.

The tablet's battery can hold 16 hours of active use and 72 hours of standby time. You can also play games and watch favorite YouTube videos. Currently the tablet can be acquired on Haleron's website for just $ 200.

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posted by: Gadgets Infoniac

Mar 03, 2010 11:32 AM » posted by: Mike

This company is suspicious. Now they're saying they've pushed shipping back until March 19. All websites announcing this have the same rendered image, there are no "hands-on" reviews. As far as I'm concerned this is vaporware. Buyer beware!



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