The new Android powered PocketBook iQ tablet hits the FCC
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The PocketBook iQ is an Android powered tablet specifically designed as an eBook reader as well as for general purposes. The tablet was first introduced a few months ago and it has eventually found its way to the FCC website, which means that the company is serious about its plans to bring the PocketBook iQ tablet to the US markets.
By the looks of it, the iQ looks like a straight page out of some cheap Chinese reap-off. Unlike most of today’s tablets, this one has a square body. The display is surrounded by a snow white border that will get dirty very easily. Three hardware buttons are placed at the bottom. I can’t see any webcam on the top or anywhere else.
The PocketBook iQ comes with TFT color display, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and an update to Android 2.2 is expected around December.
The PocketBook iQ tablet is quite similar to PanDigital Novel. The audio and video is pushed hard by the developers so that attract as many buyers as possible and this could be an option if you want to get your hands on multimedia tablet.