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New range of tablets utilise Windows CE and Android

Russian company launches five tablet PCs

Moscow-based Rover Computers Group has launched five new tablet PCs that run on either Windows CE 6.0 or Android.

According to Pocket Lint, the flagship product is the RoverPad TegA W70, a seven inch device that runs on Android 2.1. It uses the Nvidia Tegra chipset, and offers 512MB of RAM, a four GB flash drive with Wifi and 3G connectivity.

Other devices include the Go G50, which features a five-inch screen, a Marvell PXA303 chip and Android 1.5; the Go G72, a seven-inch screen device that uses Android 1.6 and the low-end RoverPad 3WG70, which uses Android 1.5 and a RockChip 2808.

The RoverPad Air G70, on the other hand, uses Windows CE, has a seven-inch touchscreen, 256MB of RAM, four GB of flash storage and Samsung’s ARM11 processor.

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