Packard Bell brings Liberty Tab to ME
10.1-inch tab is designed for entertainment, runs off Honeycomb
Packard Bell will be introducing its new 10.1-inch Liberty Tab tablet PC to the Middle East in June. The Liberty Tab is designed as a multi-media and entertainment device and is available in two colours, cherry red or pearl white.
The device runs off the Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system and supports Flash content, designed to optimise web-browsing. The tablet also allows for multi-tasking, allowing several tabs in the same window.
The screen is in 16:10 format and the black border on the screen is reduced so images fill the screen space. The screen itself is a 10.1-inch full capacitive multi-touch screen with a wide viewing angle and has 1280x800 resolution.
The Liberty Tab has access to thousands of apps in the Android marketplace and is designed to support high precision gaming, with the NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor for optimised HD viewing.
Liberty Tab has two cameras, a 5MP on the back and 2MP one on the front, designed to allow video calling via Google talk.
According to Packard Bell, the Tab has a maximum 10-hour battery life, comes with HDMI output, a Dolby Mobile chipset and automatic light adjustment. It also features built-in GPS for geo-location and Google maps. The Liberty Tab's memory can be upgraded via SD card.
The Tab comes with a variety of connection options including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 and 3G.