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FSL F888 Tablet Packs Both Android And Windows

Can’t make up your mind between Android and Windows? This new device might be the solution for you. FSL, a company in China has made a dual-boot OS tablet called the F888.


It runs on an Intel Atom N2600 dual-core processor with a clock speed of 1.6GHz, working with 2GB of RAM. For storage, the F888 has a solid state disk with a capacity of 32GB. Meanwhile, its five-point capacitive LED-backlit IPS display spans 9.7 inches like the Apple iPad and sports a resolution of 1024×768 pixels. It also has a viewing angle of 180 degrees. There is an option for expansion through a TF card for as much as 256GB.

It also provides access to the Google Play Store. Some of the pre-installed apps are iReader, Gmail, Google Search, File Manager, Office Suite, Task Manager, Browser, Gallery, Calculator, Clock, Calendar, and Android Webkit.

For connectivity, the F888 offers Bluetooth, HDMI, USB 2.0, 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi and 3G, through an external dongle. To make input easy for its users, it can be used with a physical keyboard and mouse.

For its photography features, the tablet has a rear-facing 3-megapixel camera that is complemented by a secondary, front-facing 1.3 megapixel one.

It draws its power from a 5000 MAh battery, which promises around five hours of usage on a single charge.

This tablet also supports various languages, including Czech, Dansk, German, English, Spanish, Russian, French, Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, Polski, Greek, Portuguese, Svenska, Turkey, Korean, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese.

One interesting feature to note is that this tablet comes with coolers. This suggests that the tablet can get pretty hot, and thus requires this feature. One should also expect some noise from the coolers.

As for its dimensions, it measures 242 x188 x11 mm and weighs 728 grams. A full package comes with a charger, USB cable, and earphones. sells the tablet for US$459.00.

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