Hyundai is a Korean manufacturer mostly famous for their automobiles and less for it’s presence on the IT market.
Just like in the auto industry, what method can be better to make a stand on a new market than releasing a cheap and good product ? If regarding quality things are not very clear at the moment, the price is very good for the tablet’s technical specifications and Android 4.0 operating system.
Hyundai A7 is a 7 inch tablet equipped with a multi-touch touchscreen ( up to 5 contact points ) at a 480 x 800 pixels resolution.
The configuration includes a single core 1.5 GHZ processor based on the Cortex A8 chip, and Mali 400 GPU.
The Android 4.0 operating system is powered by the 512 MB RAM memory. Internal storage space is limited at 8 GB but can be increased with the help of microSD cards of up to 32 GB.
The Whitsunday A7 tablet also comes with a 0.3 MP frontal camera, HDMI output, standard audio jack, Wi-Fi module and 3G as well as with a USB slot.
The Hyundai A7 tablet will go after the entry level segment of the tablets market, a segment that already includes alternatives like Nook tablet from Barnes & Noble, Archos 80 and 101 G9, Prestigio Multipad and a whole other bunch of cheap tablets.