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Friday, March 23, 2012

Prestigio PMP5080CPRO- new tablet with Android 4.0

                    Prestigio introduces new tablet PMP5080CPRO working system based on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

                    With the onboard memory of 8GB and the option to install an external card to 32 GB, the new tablet can store substantial amounts of files. Developers PMP5080CPRO also enriched its performance, using the ARM Cortex-A8 1GHz and RAM DDR3 1GB. This allows the device supports multimedia functions and effectively work with the latest operating system Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

                    The software offers many new, convenient solutions for users and to charge a wide range of applications with the Google platform play. The quality of multimedia options also affects 8-inchs TFT LCD with 800 x 600 pixels. Built-in sensor position four-way G-sensor device heighten the enjoyment of playing the game and enjoy many fitness applications.

                       The new Prestigio tablet combines versatility of mobile design and has a handy size - 203 x 153 x 11mm and light weight - 538g. For your convenience, the back cover with a layer of rubber, which ensures that placement in his hands.

1 comment:

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