Brazilian computer maker Itautec has launched its first tablet, the TabWay, based on the Android operating system and aimed at the corporate market, the company said in a statement.
According Itautec, the TabWay's greatest feature is its system adaptability. The company says it will develop value-added solutions to integrate the tablet with partners' software, in accordance with the client's different business segments.
"Thanks to [tablet's] performance and the business solutions that combine mobility and customization of applications, companies will be able to better manage their processes and achieve a considerable gain in efficiency," Itautec CEO Mario Anseloni declared.
Itautec aims to focus its TabWay business strategy mainly in four major market verticals - health, education, finance and sales automation, developing tailored solutions for each.
The tablet's operating system is Android 3.0 - which will be upgraded to 4.0 in January - with an Nvidia Tegra II 250 dual core processor of 1GHz and 1GB of RAM. Storage capacity is 16GB, expandable to 32GB via a microSD card.
The 10.1-inch screen is multi-touch, with 1280x800 resolution. The tablet also features mini-USB port, Micro-USB, MicroSD and mini HDMI interface for digital audio and video.
The tablet will be available in two versions. The first, basic one contains all the features and a 1.3-megapixel front camera. The second also comes with a 5-megapixel back camera and connector for docking stations.
According to Itautec, the device will cost from 1,100-1,600 reais (US$628-899).