Binatone 8″ Android tablet clears the FCC

The HomeSurf 8, a tablet from the UK based consumer electronics company Binatone, just sjhowed up on the FCC website today. It's based on an 8" (800x600) screen and runs an unspecified version of Android (my guess is 2.0) Th einternal photos were too fuzzy for me to make out any details, so all I have to go on is the product page and external photos. It has Wifi, a stylus, a microSD card slot, and 2GB Flash. As you can see from the lead picture, the HomeSurf 8 ships with a cradle. It's just a charging station, unfortunately.

I'd like to tell you what it's selling for in the UK, but it's not carried by any of Binatone's retail partners. I don't know when it will be released.

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1 Comment on Binatone 8″ Android tablet clears the FCC

  1. its not just a charging station, you can play music on it toooo…..

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