Camangi Webstation Launches Website

Camangi Launches Website and Webstation details

Last November 25, Camangi went live with the launch of the and also released the full details on its Android-based Webstation tablet/MID.

The Webstation tablet has a glass-encased resistive touchscren, and measures H 4.27" x W 7.84" D .57", and weighs a mere 13.75 ounces.

It has video, audio, and image viewing capabilities, and can supports ePub and TXT files. This being an Android device, means you need not download an eReader app. Still, it would make a great addition.

It is also preloaded with English, Japanese, French, Spanish, German and simplified language support.

Sadly, it looks like the webcam and 2megapixel camera did not make it. It would have been cool to make Skype conferencing on the go possible – had we option of coupling the integrated WiFi b/g and optional 3G capability (using a USB dongle) with the scrapped-out camera.

It also has a rather low screen resolution (800×480), a rather small memory (128MB RAM), and an equally small internal storage (256MB flash), although it does have a MicroSD slot that is upgradeable to 16GB (it does come with a complementary 8GB). Still it would make a nice sub for the netbook,

The tablet will be available in 3 colors: pearl white, piano black and light pink.

As for the Apps Market, there’s nothing very interesting there so far. And the website still won’t sell you a Webstation tablet.

Source: Engadget

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