We've already talked a bit about Prestigio's MultiPad Android 2.2 tablets (powered by Archos technology), so it's now about time to take a look at the top-range model in the series, the PMP7100C, that has been recently released on the market.
The new Prestigio MultiPad PMP7100C offers plenty of desktop space for Android applications, since it comes equipped with a wide, 10.1-inch multi-touch display, with 16 million colors, as well as 1024 x 600 pixels resolution, the aforementioned apps being stored within the tablet's 8GB of built-in flash memory.
Moreover, it's also touted by Prestigio as being one of the thinnest and lightest products of this type available out there, given the fact that it's just 12-mm thick and weighs a mere 480 grams.
The device also comes packed with a G-sensor, designed to automatically detect any rotation movements affecting the tablet, as well as multiple connectivity options, including a HDMI port for 720P video output, as well as an USB 2.0 interface that will allow users to add various accessories to the tablet in a fast and easy manner.
And since quite a lot of users also employ tablets for video communications, the MultiPad PMP7100C also packs a front-facing VGA camera.
However, given the fact that it's only powered by a 1 GHz processor, we can't help but wonder just how well it will fare when running certain specific, graphics and resource-intensive applications, such as 3D games (and we're not really sure that the built-in 3DOpenGL 2.0 graphics accelerator will do much good in pushing forward the available speed).
Last, but certainly not least, we'll have to mention that the Prestigio MultiPad PMP7100C Android 2.2 tablet is actually fairly affordable, compared to some of the other tablets around, given the fact that it sells for a round 300 Euro (416 US dollars).