Motorola ET1 Tablet Review, Specification and Features

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Motorola ET1

Motorola Solutions just introduced a new Moto Enterprise and Business Android tablet, called Motorola ET1. Motorola ET1 tablet design with powerful configuration, durability and security features for business environments, such as logistics, healthcare field service, marketing and much more.

Motorola ET1 Specification

The ET1 tablet powered by a Dual core processor with a speed of 1GHz plus graphics accelerator, 1GB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage with bundled additional 4GB microSD and support extended up to 32GB, Electronic Compass, a front-facing webcam for video calls, Stereo speakers, dual microphones, GPS and an 8-megapixel rear facing camera with LED flash, auto-focus, illumination, 720p video recording and capable to captures 1D and 2D bar codes. Motorola ET1 sporting a 7 inch Capacitive multi-touch screen with a Gorilla Glass display, a resolution of 1024 x 600pixels, Virtual keyboard and running on Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread) for operating system.
In term of size, Motorola ET1 tablet measures 130.5 mm H x 25.0 mm D x 224.0 mm W with weight at 1.4 lbs./.63 kg and powered with a 4620 mAh Li-Ion battery which offer up to eight hours of use that can swap on the fly to preventing loss of your work. The new 7 inch Motorola tablet also offers full connectivity features, includes two USB port, HDMI out to connect external display, Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR, 802.11a/b/g/n to connect internet and support VOIP. It have three sensors, Gyroscope sensor, Motion Sensor and ambient light sensor to automatically adjusts display brightness.

Motorola ET1 Features

As the business device, Moto ET1 tablet offer maximize security for your files, such as encrypted data, on log-in information, an optional barcode scanner, magnetic stripe reader and capable to handle drops up to 4 foot, resistant to the intrusion of dust, moisture, spills, extreme temperatures and extreme heat. It’s also pre loaded with Motorola’s RhoElements to make your own apps and Motorola’s Mobility Services Platform (MSP) support to remote the device form anywhere. Motorola will be release the Motorola ET1 tablet at the fourth quarter of 2011 with estimed price around $1000.

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