Truly customizable Liquidware Amber Development Tablet launched

Before going further the value for this tablet will be seen by a real Geek or someone who is champion of Open Source.

Liquidware has launced, its self created new open source Android development tablet, called the Amber.
The new Liquidware Amber tablet is powered by a 1 GHz, ARM Cortex-A9 OMAP3730 from Texas Instruments, sports a 7″ multitouch capacitive display.

The Amber tablet runs a customised version of Android Gingerbread 2.3.4, has 512 MB RAM, and up to 16 GB microSD storage.

Created to accelerate time-to-market at all stages of product development, the tablet is for those who fancy a no bar customizable tablet, whether it be iPad, Galaxy Tab, or Kindle Fir. The creators claim that the Amber tablet which quenches the thirst for customization and verstality, can be a portable tablet and at the same time with added functionality, like an attached barcode scanner, motion detector, and camera, and instantly becomes a retail kiosk.

Liquidware Amber Development Tablet Price: The Amber Enhanced development tablet is now available to purchase from Liquidware for $1,283.

Liquidware Amber Development Tablet Availability: The Amber tablet is available as either an Enhanced or Pro. For more information on the new Liquidware Amber development tablet, visit the Antipasto Hardware blog.


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