It’s been awhile we haven’t heard about Onda’s product. Today, we have found that they have updated their product lines with new Android tablet called VX610W. This Android tablet is coming with 7-inch touchscreen display (support 800 x 480p resolution), an ARM Cortex-A10 CPU that is faster than average low priced tablet at 1.5GHz, paired up with Mali 400 3D GPU, 512MB DDR3 RAM and a limited 8GB of internal storage.
Thanks to the 3D GPU support, this tablet has come with a direct 2D-to-3D converter. Also it has the suport of 2160p Super HD video playback where you can watch the super smooth video directly on the 7-inch screen.
Onda VX610W Android tablet is powered by the latest Android Gingerbread (2.3) for optimized performance. Thanks to the specification and OS, This Onda VX610W Android tablet is capable of reaching 8 hours of continuous video playback, or about 5 hours of gaming sessions. It could last longer if you are using this tablet for music playback. You can expect up to 35-hours of playback on single recharge.
Of course, the Specs and OS are not the only thing that work at the rear preserving the battery life. Onda XV610W Android tablet is also coming with a battery utilize PMU power management and DVFS technology for improving the battery life.
Battery life aside, I’ve said it has a limited 8GB internal storage, haven’t I? Yes, It seems Onda is not releasing this model into various kind of storage options. However, Onda has provided a microSD card slot in this Android tablet where you can expand the storage size up to 40GB (8GB internal + 32GB microSD card). That should be enough for storing a lot of documents and ebooks.
Other features that you can find on Onda VX610W Android tablet are including the capability to connect to the nearest hotspot (WiFi), has a TV-out port, support Flash 10.3 for web browsing convenient and a built-in stereo speakers.
Surprisingly, I don’t see an HDMI or MHL port listed in the spec list. However, for a tablet that worth $94, I guess you really can’t hope for more, can you?[via Winarco]
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