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Stamp $50 Android tablet prototype raises eyebrows in India and beyond (video)

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Stamp (no relation to Terence) is an Android-powered tablet that's making waves mostly for its price: $50. AllGo Embedded Systems has been leaking information out since April, and while there's nothing incredible revolutionary here (Android 2.1, MPEG-4 / H.264 Video playback, USB mass storage support, WiFi connectivity, FM radio, NAND or SD-card boot), in light of the much-ballyhooed $35 tablet it's good to see a comparatively priced platform that you won't need to be either a student in India (or purchase a million units) to get your hands on. Of course, a lot can happen between now and... whenever the thing is released, but don't let that get you down. It looks like the age of low-powered Android tablets is coming closer every day. And that can only be a good thing, right? Video after the break.



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