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Camangi WebStation website goes live, orders do not

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It still won't sell you one, but Carmangi has just launched the official website for its Android-based WebStation tablet / MID, and cleared up a few remaining details in the process. As we'd heard, this one packs a 7-inch glass touchscreen and some of the usual niceties like WiFi and GPS, but it looks like the rest of the specs are decidedly par for the course, including a 624MHz Marvell PXA303 processor, 128MB of RAM, 256MB of flash storage, and 3G connectivity in the form of a USB dongle only. You will get a complimentary 8GB microSD card to boost that storage, however, and you'll soon apparently be able to get it in your choice of pink or black in addition to the basic white -- the company even has its own "Camangi Market" for apps, though it's looking a little sparse, and not all that unique at the moment.

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