LiquidWare has revealed a new open source Android development tablet, for those who wonder to know how the inner working of a tablet is supposed to go. Called Amber, the new tablet has been described as making a journey which is “80 percent of the way to a tablet”.
Featuring a 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor, and a 7-inch capacitive display the slate is flavored by a customized version of Android Gingerbread 2.3.4, where its 2 USB host ports offer high-speed USB and serial communications to a pretty wide range of devices. It also has 512 MB RAM, and up to 16 GB microSD storage.
The LiquidWare Amber tablet is available as either an Enhanced or Pro, and has been created to accelerate time-to-market at all stages of product development. This is one of the pricier tablets, where it will retail from $983 upwards all the way to $1,674, and the final sticker price depends on the kind of kit you pick.
You can head over to the Liquidware store to pick one up. Meanwhile, head down to the videos of the Amber in action:
Via - Antipasto Hardware Blog