02 November 2011

MediaPad joins tablet wars

Huawei has joined the tablet wars, and looks serious in its bid to jostle for positions against established devices, most particularly the early-comers. So we wonder, is it not too late for the Huawei MediaPad, the 7-inch Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablet? Not so, says Huawei, as it bragged that the MediaPad is “a complete entertainment powerhouse driven by Qualcomm’s dual-core 1.2GHz processor and supported by Google Android Market.”
The MediaPad provides a fabulous user-experience in a stylish, high-performing and ultra-portable package, says Zack Zhangxiang, Device Group Head of Huawei Philippines.
The MediaPad is Huawei Device’s smartest, slimmest and lightest tablet yet, measuring just 10.5mm (0.4 inches) deep and weighing approximately 390g (0.86 pounds). It supports 1080P full HD video playback and features a 1.3 megapixel front facing camera and 5 megapixel auto focus rear facing camera with HD video recording capabilities. With HSPA+ 14.4Mbps and high-speed WiFi 802.11n Internet connectivity, the MediaPad promises to delight you, in an instant.
“With the Huawei MediaPad, we are demonstrating yet again that design, functionality and performance are within anyone’s reach. The 7-inch tablet remains the preferred size for portability, and Android Honeycomb 3.2 is dedicated to enhance the full potential of 7-inch tablets.
Huawei is very pleased to be the first to offer this package to consumers globally and most especially here in the Philippines.” said Zhangxiang. “The MediaPad opens up new worlds of entertainment for consumers by removing the barriers to tablet ownership, enabling access to a truly high-quality mobile entertainment experience.”
An Out-of-this-World Entertainment Experience 
The MediaPad supports HSPA+ data services, Flash 10.3 videos and comes preinstalled with applications such as Facebook, Twitter, Let’s Golf and Documents to Go. With the 7-inch IPS touch screen, the MediaPad offers a standout visual experience for photos, movies and applications.
Entertainment and gaming experience are taken to the next level with the MediaPad’s 1.2GHz Dual-Core processor, HD playback and HDMI port.
With MediaPad, Huawei Device aims to reach a significant number of its target market, Young Social Networkers (YSNs).
“YSNs are all around us. Wherever you are in the world – whether it in a bar in New York, a coffee shop in Makati, a beach in Palawan, or a busy shopping street in London – you’ll find groups of YSNs. Progressiveness is the defining characteristic of this group,” says Emerald Dimapilis, Terminal Marketing Manager of HUAWEI Device Philippines.
The MediaPad builds on the global success of the IDEOS S7 Slim tablet and cements Huawei Device’s ability to cater to the explosive demand for tablets.
According to the International Data Corporation, sales in the tablet market are expected to increase more than fourfold in the next two years. Along with Huawei’s latest range of smart devices, the MediaPad is a prime example of Huawei Device’s focus on the power of practical innovation.
MediaPad sounds like a good name, and should appeal to a lot of people -- both young and old. Now the big question is, how good it really is? We’re about to answer that by trying one of the first units to be released locally, as promised by Huawei.




Roygie Loreno November 3, 2011 at 3:53 PM  

Good day....
As I read your post about "MediaPad joins tablet wars" I realize now that our present gadgets or technology can have a rival at any time, it is because as the day past our learning and discoveries improve. Like the MediaPad, a new gadget trying to surpass other older tablet. I want to read more about other gadget that will rival our present technology. Hoping that you will continue your amazing posts. Good job. Have a nice and blessed day.


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