Infosonics, a San Diego based manufacturer and provider of wireless handsets, has just launched its latest product called the Verykool KolorPad T742 tablet. The device has a 7-inch display and uses a dual core processor. While it may not be the best tablet in the market it’s definitely one of the cheapest to offer support for HSPA and GSM networks at only $149.
According to Joseph Ram, the company’s president and chief executive officer, “We are thrilled to release our T742 KolorPadTM tablet, which will unlock a multitude of possibilities for users at an incredibly affordable price. The T742 is a compact tablet featuring a 7-inch capacitive LCD touchscreen, up to 32 GBs of external storage, USB tethering and Bluetooth 4.0. Whether you primarily use your tablet for reading eBooks and browsing the internet, or playing games and checking e-mail, the T742 has the capacity to accommodate most every need. The tablet also supports HID (Human Interface Device) of the Bluetooth profile, so it can connect to a keyboard, mouse and even game joysticks through a USB on-the-go interface. As an added value, each tablet is packaged with a stereo headset, data cable, travel adapter, USB on-the-go cable and case.”
Verykool KolorPad T742 Technical Specifications
- 3G HSDPA (21Mbps, HSUPA 5.76Mbps) Dual band (850/1900) and 2G GSM Quad band (850/900/1800/1900)
- 1.3 GHz dual-core CPU
- WAP, SMS and MMS e-mail (POP3, IMAP), plus push e-mail
- GPS, gravity sensor, and turn by turn navigation
- 3 megapixel rear camera plus front facing VGA camera
- Built-in FM radio and MP3 music player
- 2,500 mAh Li-ion battery
- USB port, 3.5mm audio jack, and loudspeaker
As what we can see from the specs the device is pretty basic however it does cover all of the essentials. There’s 3G connectivity and if you are in an area without any network coverage then you can still stay connected using Wi-Fi. There’s even a built-in FM radio so you can listen to all of the latest local news and music.
Overall this is a one of the best low-cost solutions for people looking for a tablet that can be used to connect to their carrier network.