Camangi WebStation WS-171 Android Tablet PC goes for the widescreen approach

by Rafael Hernandez on April 26, 2010 · 1 comment

Tablets, slabs, slates, whatever you want to call them the floodgates will be opening soon enough offering a myriad of components, form factors, and operating systems to choose from which will no-doubt cause a great deal of confusion and early adopter excitement.

Camangi’s WebStation WS-171 Android Tablet PC is one of the first to jump into the fray with a compact tablet sporting Google’s Android OS and a whole host of built-in features. Benchmark Reviews takes it for a spin:

Based on the Google Android 1.5 Operating System, the Camangi WebStation is powered by a 624MHz Marvell PXA303 processor and receives 128MB of mobile DDR system memory added to 256MB of integrated NAND flash memory. Hidden inside the top of the WebStation is a Micro-SD card slot, which comes with an 8GB unit but supports up to 16GB of flash storage. Along the right side of the WebStation is a single Hi-Speed USB-2.0 standard type-A port that is perfect for a third-party 3G wireless dongle or corded/wireless keyboard, and also a mini-B USB port that supports camera connections. Also hidden, is a stylus touch pen, which secures into the bottom of the unit.

It’s not as flashy as what’s coming down the pipe but if you’re looking for something to stay connected with while on the go.

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