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TazTag TazPad Android Tablet at CeBIT 2011

TazTag is going to showcase their latest Android tablet known as the TazPad at CeBIT 2011. The company claimed that, the new TazPad is the world’s first Android tablet with NFC on the market. It’s said that, the new TazPad will be an unique product on the market. The new TazTag TazPad Android tablet is bundled with some impressive features and specifications. This new NFC based Android tablet has a 7-inch touchscreen display with multitouch support, support Full HD, HDMI output for external connection, equipped with WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC, ZigBee, and so on. Just have a look on the below specs list to grab more information of the new TazTag TazPad Android tablet.
TazTag TazPad Android Tablet

TazTag TazPad Tablet Specs

  • Claimed to be the first NFC Android tablet
  • 7-inch touchscreen display with multitouch support
  • Full HD support and HDMI output
  • WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC, and ZigBee
  • Camera, GPS, and an accelerometer
  • Biometric authentication option
  • Runs on Android OS (Version not specified)
The new TazTag TazPad Android NFC tablet is scheduled to be release during Q2 of 2011 but unfortunately, there is no word on price of this Android tablet at moment. Well, there are lot to know about its specifications and price as well. So stay in touch with 3noobs.com, who know when a detail information will leak. (Thanks to..)

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