Matsunichi MarquisPad MP977 tablet is just $249, with dual-core and Android 4.0
You may call up Le Pan tablets from this year CES, from which just one was really ready at the moment. The firm is at present set up to bang the United States seriously, only you will have to blank out the firm name along with the designs earlier: it is Matsunichi now, and it is being after to inaugurate its US-ready remake by the Matsunichi MarquisPad MP977.
Matsunichi MarquisPad MP977 specs shares the 1024 x 768, 9.7-inch display from the Le Pan II, only it is now consorting a somewhat rapider dual-core, 1.2GHz TI chip (probably as is OMAP 4430 as at the Droid Xyboard), ships with Android 4.0 ICS out of the box and comes in a glossier — let alone browner — carapace. Storage is being cut at one-half over the Le Pan II to only 4GB between the internal storage and a bundled microSD card, although, and the battery is in force to a really modest 5 hours. All the same, the $249 Matsunichi MarquisPad MP977 price tag and a May release could lay the Matsunichi MarquisPad MP977 at the running with the duller only larger Galaxy Tab 2 7.0.
Matsunichi also excited us with a pair of future tablets’ roadmap at the process. The 10.1-inch Matsunichi MarquisPad MP977 could keep the resolution, just it will run at a faster 1.5GHz TI CPU and acquit an entire of 10GB of space once it seems erstwhile between June or August. If those extra 0.4 inches glass are just overmuch to abide, a Matsunichi MarquisPad MP977 could bring whole the speed and extra storage of the Matsunichi MarquisPad MP977 to a 9.7-inch screen onetime between August or September.