Here is an overview of the T7600: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R5M6_-65s7g
The 8 Inch tablet size is quickly becoming the most popular, with enough screen space to actually work comfortably, and one new tablet to launch this month is the Novo 8 Discovery - which is about the same size as the mini iPad, and is also one of the first Android tablets available to work with one of the latest innovations for 2013... Miracast HD Wireless technology, which is similar to Apple's AirPlay system.
The Novo 8 Discovery is available through TabletSprint for $169 and is made by Ainol Electronics, which won runner-up for Best Tablet of the Year at CES 2012, and this new model compares to the new Acer Iconia A1, but offers better features and is priced less - with a more powerful battery (5000 mAh) compared to a 3250 mAh on
the Acer, and twice the DRAM (2GB).
The Discovery model matches most features of the 16GB version of the new Acer Iconia A1 ($199), including an 7.85" size screen, a Quad Core processor, 16GB Memory, Android 4.2 O/S, Bluetooth, MicroSD, Front and Rear Cameras, and HDMI 1080p... however, what is most impressive is the Novo 8 Discovery's HD Miracast capability, which provides wireless connection to any HDTV with a wireless adapter which plugs into any HDTV HDMI port to provide connection with the tablet - with high resolution 1080p HD -- ideal for streaming movies (such as Netflix) and to play video games using the tablet as a motion control device, as well as to display any other tablet and web
content in HD - essentially turning any HDTV into a multimedia computer device--
One of the first resellers to offer the Novo 8 Discovery is a site called Tablet Sprint -- which also features one of the first truly affordable Miracast HD adapters, which became available last week and is priced at $45 - previously, HD Miracast Wireless systems typically cost $100 or more--
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