Panasonic Eluga Live tablet stops by FCC

Panasonic Eluga Live tablet stops by FCC
Panasonic Eluga Live tablet stops by FCC
A new Panasonic tablet called the Eluga Live, expected to be mainstream Android based device shows up at the FCC

We have seen Panasonic Tablets and other electronic devices in the market in the US, but they mostly are counted among the rugged and high priced devices which are known as the ToughPad or ToughBook lines of devices.

Now it seems like Panasonic might be preparing to bring another tablet to the market as a new device from what they showed at the FCC website this week. This device is expected to be a mainstream Android based tablet and might be called as the Panasonic Eluga Live P-08D.

As updated by Engadget, this device might feature a 1.2GHz TI OMAP dual core processor. It will sport a 10.2inch display along with a 1.3MP front facing camera. The tablet will weigh around 1.5 pounds and might reach to the consumer with AT&T as their network provider.

So far it only hit the FCC, so we cannot be exactly sure about when Panasonic is planning to release the device in the market. There are also a few devices which were shown in the FCC, but could never make it to the market. So at this point of time nothing can be guaranteed. 

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Author: Pallab Jyotee Hazarika, 2012-07- 7 (Update: 2012-07- 7)