Hena ICS tablet stops by FCC

Hena MID-1107CM passes through the FCC, however no information about this tab in their company’s website

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With all the new tablets getting introduced to the market nowadays another new model might be on its way too. Recently a new tablet has passed through the FCC from Hena which is called the Hena MID-1107CM.

The tablet features a 10.1inch display, with 1024 x 600 pixels of resolution which is a capacitive touchscreen. It will also be running on a 1GHz Boxchip A10 ARM Cortex-A8 processor. The device will be powered by Google’s Android 4.0 version or the Ice Cream Sandwich. It will have a 1GB of RAM and will be supporting storages of a range of 4GB to 16GB.

The MID-1107CM will also be featuring an MicroSDHC card slot, Wi-Fi, a mini HDMI port, USB 2.0 port, a mic and a front facing camera. The manufacture has also said that the device will be able to play 1080p HD videos but watching HD videos will cost you a lot of battery life. It has been said that with HD videos running the battery will be able to provide a backup of only 3.5hours.

However it is also expected that the device will be providing a back up to 4.5hours while surfing the internet but for listening music it will be able to provide a 13hours back up. Now with the slow processor and the low battery life we can expect the device to be a bit cheaper. It might be released as one of the lower range devices, although nothing about the price of the device is known till now.

The Taiwanese company has not yet mentioned anything about this tablet in their website. So we are still unsure about when might this device gets released in the market.


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Pallab Jyotee Hazarika, 2012-05- 1 (Update: 2012-05-26)