It might not be an Apple iSlate tablet, but the Camangi WebStation will keep me occupied until I can get my gadget greedy hands on one. The Camangi is a 7 inch Android powered internet tablet that caught my eye a couple of months ago when I placed my pre-order. I’ve been looking forward to using it as an eBook reader and gaming device.
It’s currently charging, but I wanted to give you all a heads-up that a review will be coming soon! More pix after the jump.
OS: Google Android 1.5
CPU: Marvell PXA303 624MHz
System memory: 128MB Mobile DDR
Flash memory: 265MB NAND (system)
Display: 7-inch TFT LCD resistive, 16M True Color, 800×480 pixels
Size: 4.72 x 7.87 x 0.57 inches
Weight: 13.75 ounces
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There are 3 hard buttons on the face along with power / charge status LEDs, and a microphone.
You can also see the AC adapter port, USB connector, mini USB connector, reset switch and earphone jack along the right side.
The opposite side has the volume adjustment buttons.
The power button and microSD card slot are located on the top edge of the tablet.
The device has a nice weight to it. It does not feel at all like a toy. The white plastic case has a pearly sparkle to it. The chrome edging makes you think of Apple products.
I can’t wait to start playing with it as soon as it finishes charging.