The H800 Tablet From Hyundai
Okay, so you’ve certainly about Hyundai cars, but did you know they had plans to tap into the tablet market as well? Hyundai is introducing a new 8-inch Android tablet, dubbed the H800.
Essentially it’s an 8-inch 800 x 600 pixel multi-touch tablet that is quite powerful. Perhaps Hyundai plans on pairing their new cars with these tablets to boost sales, or maybe they’re trying to make up for low sales in the auto sector.
Whatever the reason, this tablet is powered by a 1.2GHz Cortex A8 processor and has 512MB of DDR3 RAM. With 8GBs of internal storage, this device can be upgraded to as much as 32GB. It supports Flash 10.1, has an HDMI port, mini USB 2.0 port, WiFi, and plays all your 1080p HD videos.
Interestingly enough, it doesn’t natively run on Android Honeycomb, but rather, on Android Gingerbread (an operating system designed for mobile phones). There have been a number of complaints in the past of mobile operating systems on tablets, but hopefully there will be less crashes with Gingerbread (as there were tons when Froyo was slapped on tablets).
All in all, it looks like a pretty solid tablet. Probably not my first choice, but a solid contender nonetheless.