Malata is a familiar name among the Shenzhen tablet makers, and has brought many Android tablet to the world. We have to admit that manufacturers like Malata could never make revolutionary products, but sometimes they can give us some surprise, like this one, Malata T10 android tablet.
We all know touchscreen has provided us great convenience on electronics, but it also have disadvantages, and the obvious one is its low productivity at text input. The Malata T10 is coming up with a solution that it gets capacitive and electromagnetic dual screen to promise both convenience and productivity. The two screen can switch very easily with a button, the capacitive one for entertainment and electromagnetic one for heavy input task. As you can see in the video, the input is really convenient with a electromagnetic pen.
Malata T10′s other features seems also very good. It’s powered by a 1Ghz Nvidia Tegra2 A9 dual-core processor, coming with a 7 inches 1024*600 display, 1GB DDR2 Ram, 16GB or 32GB storage for options, 500 megapixels camera, Android 2.3 OS, WCDMA 3G connectivity, telephony functions (allow you to make and receive phone calls) and a 4000 mAh battery, with dimensions of 194*125*13.9mm. Recently Malata showed off this device on a trade fair in Shenzhen, but no mention about the price.
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