Aiptek has this week added a new addition to their range of tablets, in the form of the newly launched Aiptek ProjectPad P70 that combines both a tablet and projector into one handy device and builds on the technology used in their previous projector tablet the P100.
The Aiptek ProjectPad P70 is fitted with a 7 inch IPS display providing users with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels and is powered by a quad core processor.
The tablet is also equipped with 16GB of internal storage together with a 2 megapixel front facing camera for video calling, and a 5 megapixel rear facing for video and photographs. As well as a handy microSD card slot to expand internal storage further when required or store recorded video.
The pico projector that is integrated into the right-hand side of the tablet, is fitted with a 50 lumen bulb and is capable of producing an image 854 x 480 pixels in size. While using the pico projector the tablet’s battery is capable of powering it for up to 2 hours, and whilst the project is in use the 7 inch screen can either be on or off depending on your needs.
Watch the video below created by Brad Linder over at the Liliputing website for a quick hands-on demonstration of the tablets features and design from CES 2015. The Aiptek ProjectPad P70 tablet and pico projector combination will be launching next month, priced at around $369.
Source: LiliputingFiled Under: Hardware, Tablet News, Top News