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ConsoleTab™ is the first Intel Android tablet in America that combines 200GB of built-in storage, Windows app compatibility, and a magnetic docking keyboard accessory, all starting at $299.
Shipping with Android 5.1 Lollipop, upgrade to Android 6 Marshmallow slated this fall, and a planned Android 7 Nougat upgrade, ConsoleTab is here to stay. Powered by the Intel Atom "Cherry Trail" processor, ConsoleTab is on solid footing, with a CPU that will be supported for years to come.
The optional ConsoleTab Keyboard takes the experience to a full 2-in-1, delivering not just a keyboard and touchpad, but full-size USB ports, and an auxiliary battery that can provide 33% more capacity. The battery is fitted to give the keyboard dock perfect weight distribution, giving the 2-in-1 a true laptop feel. Finally, the keyboard's magnetic dock is reversible, allowing ConsoleTab to offer an integrated kickstand.
ConsoleTab is getting certified, ready to ship out later this year. Consumers that pre-order will get to vote on the final colors and appearance of ConsoleTab, and will not be charged until the device is ready to enter final production.
Technical Specifications: Intel Atom x5-Z8300 “Cherry Trail” Processor @ 1.83 GHz 200GB On-Device Storage Included* 4GB DDR3L RAM Magnetic Keyboard Dock with Built-in Battery & Kickstand Reversibility Full QWERTY Keyboard & Trackpad 2 Full Size USB 2.0 Ports Extends ConsoleTab Battery Life By 33% Folds Closed Into Laptop Form-factor for Screen Protection Auxiliary Battery Can Recharge Separately from ConsoleTab 10.1-inch Multi-touch Display with 1080P Resolution microSD Card Slot, Supports microSDHC Cards up to 200GB** micro-USB Port with OTG Full-size USB Port Adapter mini-HDMI Port (Planned Availability) 3.5mm Headphone Jack Standalone Charging Port with AC Adapter Built-in Speakers & Microphone Physical Volume Controls & Power Button, Capacitive Home Key
This device has not yet been certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Any and all pre-orders will not be processed and confirmed until FCC certification has been obtained. HDMI is a planned feature, pending certification and approval by HDMI Licensing, LLC. Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Android is a trademark of Google. ConsoleTab is a trademark of Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. d/b/a Console, Inc.
Future Android releases are subject to testing and certification. We can't guarantee any future Android update, but if there is a technical barrier - we promise to share with you the exact reason why we can't ship an Android update for ConsoleTab. Android 7 "Nougat" has not been released and the full source code is not yet available for evaluation. Our expectation from testing, and discussion with partners, however is that we will be able to upgrade ConsoleTab to Android 7 Nougat early next year.
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