Its 10.1-inch 1280×800-pixel TFT-LCD display is quite impressive, with graphic quality provided by the 1GHz nVidia Tegra 2 Dual-Core ARM Processor, which is about as accurate as it gets on a tablet today.
The performance in regular use is spectacular, with non-existent loading times, opening applications instantly, browsing as fast as on the home computer and with impeccable global operation on the new version 3.0 of the much-loved Google Android operating system known as Honeycomb .
Its multimedia capabilities are endless. Thanks to nVidia’s Tegra 2 we can watch movies in Full HD at 30 FPS, play 3D games and play flash content thanks to its incorporation of Adobe Flash 10.1. All this with surround speakers located on both sides that, compared to other tablets, offer a fairly acceptable sound experience.
It mounts an 8 Megapixel rear camera capable of taking 1080p HD video and a 2 Megapixel front camera.
In wireless connectivity, nothing is missing: HSPA + (21Mbps), Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and WiFi 802.11 b/g/n. It also comes equipped with a gyroscope, GPS, accelerometer, compass, USB 2.0 port and a proximity sensor. The battery is more powerful than usual: 6860mAh.
It will be sold in 16GB and 32GB versions, although unfortunately in Spain Vodafone has its exclusivity at least for the first few months.
In this video we can see our first contact with this tablet at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona: