budget end of the Android tablet market is hot ago with some fierce competition, one of the latest built in the ring of the “My Tab” from ZTE, branded by Optus and churning along with a 600Mhz CPU and Android2 0.1 available with pre-paid date plans, it’s a contender for the best value android tablet on the cheap end of the spectrum, you can put it through the review gauntlet and see how it shakes. “The new Pre-Paid Optus My Tab The My Tab offers you the ultimate freedom to stay connected with friends on-the-go. With WiFi and 3G connectivity, you can surf the Internet, play games, and videos on its quality 7 “resistive touch screen. Powered by Android ™, you’ll also have access to thousands of apps that Google has to offer marketplace, and its sleek design and lightweight frame mean you want it with you wherever you go. “Available exclusively in Australia with www.optus.com.au specifications, operating system Android 2.1 Network:;: HSDPA: 7.2Mbps, HSUPA: 5.76Mbps Display 2G Band 850/900/1800/1900 Data band 900/1900/2100 3G 7 “TFT-LCD WVGA (800×480) Camera: 3MP CMOS WiFi: 802.11b / g Memory: 512MB ROM +512 MB RAM (+ 2GB MicroSD card) Size: 192x110x12.6mm Weight: 403g Battery: 3400mAh Other: FM Radio, GPS, G-Sensor, Compass, Bluetooth 2.1 If you’re curious, it is apparently the same hardware as the “ZTE Light” android tablet, which recently launched in Beijing in life!
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