Kodak launches two tablets in collaboration with Archos
Earlier this year the Kodak Ektra smartphone arrived, and now the former photo company is releasing two tablets. The slates are manufactured, sold and distributed by Archos, and both carry the name Kodak Tablet.
The chipset powering the Kodak Tablets is Mediatek MTK8321 with four Cortex-A53 CPU core, clocked at 1.3 GHz. There’s only 1 gig of RAM, while the internal storage is either 16 GB for the Kodak Tablet 7 or 32 GB for Kodak Tablet 10 version. There is also a microSD card slot to expand that by up to 64 GB.
There are two cameras on each tablet - the primary does 8 MP stills, while the front one has a 2 MP sensor.
The slates come with preinstalled Cyberlink apps that give you the ability to edit photos and videos.
They also sport dual SIM slots, but they are limited limited to HSPA+ 21 Mbps. Other connections include Wi-Fi b/g/n and Bluetooth.
The battery capacity is 2,500 mAh for the smaller Kodak tablet, and 6,000 mAh for the the 10.1” one.
The devices should hit the shelves at the end of June, priced at €79.99 for the Kodak Tablet 7 and €119.99 for the Kodak Tablet 10. The color options include Black and Kodak Yellow.
- 27 Jun 2017
Specs sucks but I love the looks, why couldn't the fat front bezels be colored yellow too?
- 22 Jun 2017
Kodak's name isn't being used well.
- 22 Jun 2017
The intention is good. let's launch another 10 inch Tablet with at least Snapdragon 450, with 3gb ram and 64gb. added with Wacom Pen Stylus pricing below the new iPad $349. probably a Kodak Tablet Pro 12inch Snap835 with at least 6gb ram...