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Smartbook Surfer 360 MR7U Android Tablet Available @ €379

In addition to the Smartbook Surfer 360 MN10U, the Germany brand, Smartbook AG has recently released a new Android powered tablet, called as the Smartbook Surfer360 MR7U. The new Smartbook Surfer360 MR7U Android tablet is running exactly on Android v2.2 Froyo operating system. In addition to Android OS, this new tablet is powered by an 800MHz processor with 512MB of DDR2 memory, and 4GB of internal storage. Beside these, it brings a 7-inch multitouch display, mini USB connector, HDMI port for connecting to HDTV, WiFi connectivity, brings a SIM card slot that allows to work in 3G network (UMTS/HSDPA), and bundled lot more interesting features. If you’re looking for a detail information of the new Smartbook Surfer 360 MR7U tablet, then you should go bit in the topic to collect your needed information. What you think?
Smartbook Surfer 360 MR7U Tablet

Smartbook Surfer 360 MR7U Tablet Specs

  • 7-inch multitouch (LCD) display with 480 x 800 pixels resolution
  • Powered by an 800MHz processor
  • Runs Android v2.2 Froyo OS
  • 512MB of DDR2 memory, and 4GB of internal storage
  • Supports microSD memory card slot up to 32GB
  • Mini USB connector, and an HDMI port for connecting to HDTV
  • G-sensor, and Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Packs a SIM card slot that allows work in 3G network (UMTS/HSDPA)
  • Music/Video player browser, image viewer
  • BOOK SMART app store
  • 1 x USB, 1 x HDMI, 1 x headphone port
  • Boasted by a 3050 mAh battery
  • Up to 45 hours of standby time, & approximately 11 hours of music playback with screen turned off
  • Dimensions: 99 x 123 x 15.5 mm and weight 430 grams
Smartbook Surfer 360 MR7U tablet Specs
The new Smartbook Surfer 360 MR7U Android powered tablet is available with a price tag of about €379


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