Few days ago at AT&T Developer Summit in CES 2011, AT&T and Pantech has officially introduced their first LTE Android tablet, called Pantech Element. Comes with a carbon fiber-esque design plus a watertight seal on the side to protect it from water and completed with IP57 certification, AT&T Pantech Element is fully waterproof device that can survive one meter into water for up to 30 minutes.
Not only rugged, the AT&T Element tablet also offer powerful performance like the other high end tablet. Under the hood, you will find dual-core Qualcomm processor with clock speed at 1.5GHz paired with 1GB of DDR2 RAM and running on Android 3.2 that known as Android Honeycomb as the operating system with upgradeable to Ice Cream Sandwich next future. There is 8-inch Capacitive multi-touch LCD display that can produce clear, vivid and sharp, a 5 MegaPixel auto focus camera on the back for capture pictures or recording your own videos and 2 megapixel camera on the front to keep in touch with your friends or family via video conversations.
It also offer spacious of storage capacity with 16GB onboard storage and microSD card slot for expand storage capacity up to 32GB. Like Samsung Exhilarate that also announced on the event, the Element 8 inch Android tablet support a blazing fast AT&T LTE 4G network that uses both HSPA+ and LTE technologies for faster speed, free Dew Tour app for Android and access to AT&T U-verse® Live TV.
The rest of specification are micro-USB slot, Bluetooth Stereo 2.1, speakerphone, GPS, HDMI-out to connect your contect into HDTV, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi for wireless connection and a Micro-SIM, so you don’t worry about HOt Spot availabilities to connect internet. AS the Android tablet, buyer also get full access to Google Mobile Service, such as GMail, YouTube, Picassa, GTalk, GMaps includes download thousand of apps in Android Market. If you interested with the tablet, Pantech Element will be ready for order in AT&T stores and online on January 22 for cost at $299.