Of late, there has been unprecedented demand for portable devices such as smartphones, tablets and e-readers largely due to the development of top-notch communication technologies, easy access to high-speed Internet, development of 4G LTE technologies, and myriad resources available on the Internet. Consequently, there has been a call for the semiconductor and component manufacturers to ramp up their manufacturing process in order to meet the demand.
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Of the portable device market, the tablet space has always garnered niche customers and is a space that is closely monitored by tech geeks. Large computer accessories and hardware manufacturers such as HP, Dell, Microsoft, and Lenovo have entered the tablet manufacturing space in order to grab a share of the teeming demand for tablets. These new entrants have to fend off competition from low-cost Japanese and Chinese tablet manufacturers.
One such Japanese tablet manufacturer is Frontier. It recently launched a groundbreaking Full HD 21.5-inch Android powered tablet named Kouziro FT103. The revolutionary tablet runs on the far-famed Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, which always has the option of extending the functionalities of the device by downloading apps from the Google Play app store. Weighing about 5 kilograms and with dimensions of 512.8 × 24.8 x 353 millimeters, the FT103 tablet is exclusively launched for the Japanese market.
The FT103 Kouziro is equipped with a 1 gigahertz dual core processor, 1 GB RAM, and 8GB flash storage, which can be extended with the help of a microSD card. There are also advanced connectivity options such as Wi-Fi, Ethernet, micro HDMI, USB 2.0 ports, micro USB ports, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, and wireless LAN. The colossal device has a 1.2 megapixel camera, along with integrated speakers, microphones, and headphone jacks. The tablet has no batteries hence has to be plugged in like traditional desktops for power requirements.
The Android-powered behemoth can also be used as a desktop by connecting it to a CPU with the help of the output HDMI. The Frontier team for certain should receive all the plaudits for designing, developing, and bringing together the pieces of this colossal device.
The features of the FT103 Kouziro tablet certainly look meretricious, but we have to test the performance of the device before delivering the verdict. If size is the theme of the competition, then the FT103 Kouziro tablet will be consentiently crowned the winner, as there are no competitors for this Android-powered colossus. As of now, let’s put our hands up and enthrone FT103 Kouziro as the ‘biggest tablet device’.