July 18, 2013

Giada announces new Android tablet T730

Known for their extensive line of Android based mini-PCs, Giada is announcing a new tablet based on Android, the T730. This is a significant step up for Giada showing a growing sophistication in design and engineering.  The T730 is Giada’s latest Android tablet and the sleek design and hardware features make this a compelling choice for the Android tablet platform.

The open-source nature of Google's Android OS makes it inviting for a large community of developers and enthusiasts that create software products which add new features for advanced users. As of now there are approximately 700,000 apps available for Android.

The Giada T730 features the latest version of the operating system - Android 4.1 (Ice Cream Sandwich) which is fully compatible with all new updates for relevant applications and is supported by all popular programs.

The Giada T730 is a beautiful and lightweight tablet that is powered by a dual core 1.5GHz RockChip RK3066/ARM® Cortex™-A9 processor along with the Mali-400 GPU for smooth High Definition graphics on the 7" IPS 1280p x 800p screen. You can watch Full 1080p HD video. It comes with 1GB DDR3 memory. Your storage options should be taken care of with 8GB Nand Flash with support for TransFlash card at a max of 32GB.

The stands out features of the Giada T730 are its USB connectivity which allows a wide range of connectivity on such a small device including Hi-Speed USB2.0 data transfer capability and it’s HDMI Output. With it, you can output High-definition video formats (720p, 1080p) with multi-channel digital audio.

The wireless aspect is covered well with the Wi-Fi Wireless solution (IEEE 802.11 b/g/n) to optimize your internet experience with speed and longer distance coverage as well as the Bluetooth 4.0 transmission protocol, supporting a variety of Bluetooth devices. The tablet sports the now standard dual camera 0.3Mp front and 2Mp back setup. With the 4000mAh battery life you can expect up to 8 days of Stand-by and up to 5-7 hours of video play.


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