Just when we thought cheap tablets were never going to have better performance than that of the Aakash and its ilk, Digilink shows off the Digilink.
Ahem, well, maybe that's not the actual name of the tablet but, for now, we just know it is referred to
by the same name as the company, so we'll go with that.
Measuring 8 inches, it boasts a dual core 1.2GHz Boxchip A10 processor (with Mali 400 GPU), 1
GB of RAM, 4 GB of NAND Flash storage and an IPS capacitive touchscreen (5-point multitouch) with a resolution of 1,024 x 768 pixels.
According to the folks at NetbookNews, who shot that video above, the finish doesn't feel cheap and also has audio jacks, an accelerometer, an SD card slot, mini USB, mini HDMI and two cameras (0.3-megapixel front, 2.0 mp on the back).
All this for around $120 / 92 Euro. The MSRP wasn't given, but 500 unit shipments strap a tag of $93 on each model, so that's the most likely tag. Considering that Android 4.0 runs everything, we can't help but be in awe.