MIPS Tablet debuts at $99. A 7-inch Android 4.0 Tablet That Seems Too Good To Be True

| December 5, 2011 | Reply

The saying goes “If something sounds too good to be true, it usually is”. California based company MIPS is claiming it has made a tablet that could blow the tablet world-wide open. A 7 inch capacitive tablet with a 1ghz processor and the normal wifi, bluetooth, gps, hdmi and a microsd slot. The tablet is even supported by Andy Rubin who usually stays away from these ultra cheap Android tablets found in China or Japan. If this tablet turns out to be as nice as it’s described then it will be a little short of a miracle for Android tablets. Right now they are overpriced and have little support to warrant the pricing. At just $99 you can order the tablet right now ($60 shipping) and enjoy a 7 inch ICS tablet for less than $160. It should have full market access and run as a normal tablet which is not something you usually get with these low-cost overseas tablets. We may bite the bullet and order one up just to try out, stay tuned.

Source: engadget

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