Telstra, the Australian telecommunications company has launched a tablet PC that targeting teenagers and older people, called Telstra T-Touch Tab. T-Touch Tab is provides phone-calling capabilities that have ability to make phone calls and send SMS and mobile Internet access.
The Telstra T-Touch Tablet is powered by a 768MHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, a 7-inch touchscreen display with resolution of 800 x 480 pixels, 512MB, 2GB of storage in an included microSD card slot, GPS navigation, HSDPA, Stereo Bluetooth, 3.5mm headphone jack, and and runs on Google Android 2.1 OS.
The T-Touch tablet also has a retractable stand for hands-free video playback, a 2-megapixel camera with video recording hides on its back for photos, VGA camera was added to its front at Google’s request, providing battery up to 150 minutes of talk time or video playback, up to 140 hours of standby time, and bundled with a T-Box digital set-top box and a T-Hub touchscreen home phone.
Telstra T-Touch Tablet features Foxtel which allows mobile access to video clips, TV shows and movies and has two screens to fill with apps in five categories: Home, Web, Entertainment, Communication and Favourites. You can customise each screen as you wish, including removing any Telstra widgets or shortcuts from the home screens and you can also uninstall most Telstra apps if you wish.
The Telstra T-Touch Tab is smaller and rectangular with measures is 209 x 108 x 15.5 mm and weight about one pound. The T-Touch Tab is available now for pre order with priced at $299.