The Energy Tablet i8 is the latest addition to the company’s Energy lineup of slates packing in a host of connectivity features including Wi-Fi for browsing the internet and HDMI output for viewing content on a big screen. What’s more, this slim piece of hardware runs on the Android Ice Cream Sandwich platform, bringing in a host of interesting features.
For rich visuals, an 8-inch TFT LCD multi-touch capacitive display proffering resolutions of 1024 x 768 pixels and a 4:3 aspect ratio, is placed on the front. The innards play house to 1GB of DDR3 RAM for smooth transitions between apps and services, as well as an ARM Cortex A8 processor clocked at 1GHz.
“The company relies on including more members to the Energy tablet family with Android 4 and Wi-Fi connection. This new Internet Media Tablet i8 will be ready to be sold in August, a highly efficient device with 1GB of RAM memory, ultra-slim aluminum body and multi-touch screen of 8-inch in High Definition so that you can enjoy of an exceptional quality,” reads a post on the official Energy System blog.
Where memory is concerned, 8GB comes built-in with an expandable slot supporting microSD cards up to 64GB. Users will also have a VGA 640 x 480p camera on the front for video conferencing and a 2MP rear snapper to capture stills and record footage. Last on the list is a 3800mAh battery which aims at delivering up to 6 hours of web browsing over Wi-Fi.
The Energy Tablet i8 release date is scheduled for August 23, 2012. The device is priced at €185 and it can be pre-ordered now through the company’s website.