The Xintron I 7.0 is the first tablet to attempt this feat. It’s nothing special, either. We’re looking at a decidedly mid-range tablet, with its Intel Atom Z375G Bay Trail processor and 1GB of RAM. As the name implies, the Xintron is equipped with a 7-inch 1280 x 800 display.
It has a 1.26-megapixel front camera and a 5-megapixel camera on the back. While the Xintron only comes with 8GB of storage, it does have a MicroSD card slot to help you pack in a few extra gigabytes if needed (and you will need the space). It also has a standard array of radios, such as 802.11n Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth 4.0.
The first IRDA tablet will remain exclusive to Europe, but it’s obvious that Intel has set its eyes on Android and its ever-inflating market share. Even though the Xintron’s specifications aren’t much to speak of, the promise of speedy Android updates is always a strong pull.
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