Binatone has launched an update to their HomeSurf tablet, in the HomeSurf 705 – priced at only £99.95.
Binatone are well-known for developing quality and low-cost consumer technology, where the HomeSurf 705 tablet arrives with a decent set features and the ability to surfing the web, checking emails, connecting with friends on Facebook, watch movies, listening to music or read a book and with a very affordable cost attached.
Binatone’s HomeSurf 705 tips up with a 7-inch TFT 800x480 resistive touch screen, 2GB of internal memory and a microSD card slot, WIFI ‘N’ and running from Android ‘Éclair’ 2.1.
The tablet ships with support for a good deal of eBook formats in PDF, FB2, e-PUB, TXT, HTML, Mobi, along with video codecs such as XVID, Mpeg 4, WMV, RMVB, DIVX, FLV and audio in – MP3,WAV, APE, FLAC, OGG, WMA, AAC.
HomeSurf 705 has a built-in G-Sensor, screen auto rotation, stereo speakers, with 10 hours of audio playback, 4 hour video playback, 6 hour eBook reading time or 5 hour internet browsing time from its battery.
The new tablet complements Binatone’s move into Android, with the recent announcement of the world's first Android powered home phone – the iHomePhone2.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com