Seems like everybody is selling little tablets now – even Walgreens is stocking them in their online store (not sold in brick & mortar stores). The Maylong 7″ M-150 tablet has an ARM9 (VM8505+) cpu with 256MB DDR memory and an SD/MMC slot for adding additional storage. It runs Google’s Android OS (but doesn’t specify the version), and has WiFi (802.11b/g) access. It comes with a dongle for RJ-45 network and USB connection. The 7″ LCD screen has 800X480 resolution and a resistive touch panel. Software included: digital music player, video player, digital picture viewer, and ebook reader. You can download and install custom Google Android applications and games. The Maylong M-150 tablet comes with a rechargeable lithium-polymer battery, an AC adapter, stylus, and the network/USB dongle. Walgreens (in the US) is selling the Maylong M-150 for $129.99.
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