There are no information on availability, but the new tablet AnyDATA AMD120 and AMD810, based on Google’s Android operating system home, were officially announced a few days ago. AnyDATA AMD120 and AMD810, these trade names of the two devices, have a capacitive touch screen display 7-inch capable of displaying images at a resolution of 1,024 x 600 pixels.
They offer both a Bluetooth 2.1 module for exchanging files and WiFi 802.11b/g/n to access the Internet through wireless hotspots. Thanks to a memory card reader, allowing the two tablets to bring along their favorite music, movies to be reviewed in a moment of relaxation, pictures of loved ones and all that can be used during the day. If you want to listen to an MP3, you can opt to use the built-in speaker or headphones jack to be connected by 3.5 mm, ideal when you do not intend to disturb those around us.
The two tablet presented by AnyDATA include the accelerometer for auto-rotation of images, the gyroscope, an ambient light sensor to adjust the brightness of the panel and a digital compass. In addition, the two models share two integrated cameras, the first rear 3 megapixel camera, and the other front 1.3 megapixel, 512 MB RAM, 4 GB of internal storage. Specifically, AnyDATA AMD120 is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor APQ8060 dual core 1.2 GHz and integrated graphics Adreno 220.
The operating system chosen by the producer is the 2.3 version of Android Gingerbread. AnyDATA AMD810, by contrast, uses a chip Qualcomm MSM8660 Snapdragon dual core 1.5 GHz, has 3G, integrated GPS receiver to know their position at all times, and is base with Android OS 3.0. At present there are no official information about price and availability.