Hyundai hasn’t exactly been an all-mighty competitor on the tablet market, though with everyone else struggling to find their way to the top, Hyundai may also have a future-proof recipe. Here is what the manufacturer is offering with its latest device.

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Hyundai is not only prepared to launch its newest product into the so crowded tablet market, but also going for the 7-inch segment of it, which seems to have become a trend these days. Its recipe is a very sturdy design, with an actual rather familiar feel and a hardware configuration that may also power a rumored Hyundai device that may have a bigger screen size.

The Hyundai T7S Tablet will be powered by the all-mighty Exynos 4412 quad-core processor paired with the Mali 400 GPU. It is the same SoC that powers the former Samsung flagship – Galaxy S III and is capable of delivering more than acceptable performance levels. The tablet also features the 1280 x 800 pixels resolution for its 7-inch front panel. The configuration also includes Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), a 5 MP rear camera, a 0.3-megapixel front camera and integrated Wi-Fi. The price for it, as unveiled by several online retailers is about $186.

  • So with 2 Gig of RAM, a 5 Mpixel rear camera, a microSD slot and the same screen resolution as the Nexus 7 and a lower price, Hyundai has trumped Google. We need some standard minimum specification for educational tablets. iPads cost too much. But so many name brand tablets don’t have TF-slots. A 32 Gig microSD can hold 30,000 books. Why would grade school kids need the Internet with thar much content?