CeBIT will kick off really soon and there will be all sorts of computer hardware and gadgets that break cover at the show for the first time. Many of the tablets that we see at the show will undoubtedly be powered by Android. A company called TazTag has already announced that its tablet dubbed the TazPad will be seen at CeBIT for the first time.
The company is offering up some of the details on the TazPad tablet that will run Android ahead of the show. TazTag stops just short of offering all the details, but we know most of what the tablet is working with. The machine will have a 7-inch screen with multitouch and it has full HD capability and HDMI output.
The tablet also has WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC and ZigBee. This is supposed to be the first tablet with NFC and Android. The device also has a camera and GPS. Pricing is unknown and the TazPad will ship in Q2. We should find out all the other details in a few days when CeBIT 2011 kicks off.Filed Under: Android News, Tablet News