Date : Apr-2010
It has been raining tablets, and one of the recent additions to the line of low-budget tablets is Stamp. Stamp is a 7-inch device and it sports a 7-inch resistive touch-screen display, with a 480 x 800 resolution. Stamp also boasts of an LCD display that supports 24-bit RGB and it runs on Android 2.2 Froyo and an ARM processor at 450 mhz. Stamp has a battery life of five hours with Wi-Fi and video, and it can go up to eight hours with activities like reading at a lower brightness level. Stamp runs on NXP's i.MX233 chipset, an ARM9 SoC. It plays YouTube videos and streams audio over its Wi-Fi connection.
The tablet aims at the education sector and costs between Rs 5,000 to Rs 6,000. It offers customised GUIs for enterprises and field-information devices. A very integrated processor with the USB, audio codec and Wi-Fi makes it a low-cost tablet. Signal processing is done to get the best out of the processor. AllGo has optimised the touch interface and virtual keyboard performance of Android using software. Allgo also has added a USB host mass storage class support to Android 2.2.
Allgo also customises the tablets features for other industries based on their requirement and develops solutions on Linux and Android.