AnyDATA announces two tablets with Gingerbread and Honeycomb

Summary:The race to the tablet finish line is really heating up, with AnyDATA throwing two new 7-inch tablets into the mix.

The race to the tablet finish line is really heating up, with AnyDATA throwing two new 7-inch tablets into the mix. Both tablets feature the Android operating system and look very much like the Galaxy Tab. The company is not offering pricing information, other than to make the claim that the tablets are value-priced. The WiFi-only model will be offered in partnership with a "leading North American network."

One difference between the AMD 120 and AMD 810 is the 3G connectivity of the latter. Both models have integrated WiFi and while the 810 will ship with the Honeycomb OS, the 120 will ship with Gingerbread but have Honeycomb available as an option. The AMD 120/810 both use Snapdragon processors running at 1.2 and 1.5 GHz respectively.

The display of both tablets runs at a decent 1024x600, and both models are under a pound in weight (440 grams). The company will be officially unveiling the two tablets this week at the CTIA in Orlando.

Topics: Tablets, Hardware, Laptops, Mobility

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