Personal tablets are a relatively new category in digital entertainment, so a limited number of models are available from which to choose, and the Camangi WebStation is one of the. This device was designed specifically for web surfing, and is powered by Google Android OS 1.5. Continue reading for the full review — thanks to Camangi for the opportunity. Click here for first picture in gallery.


Priced at $275 via the Camangi Online Store, this device features a 7-inch widescreen display (800 x 480 resolution), an SD card expansion slot, Wi-Fi connectivity, and a host of pre-installed applications. Best of all, the tablet weighs under 1-pound and measures just 0.5-inches thick, which makes it a perfect fit for just about any bag. Inside the box, you’ll find the device, a sleeve, wiping cloth, AC adapter, earphones, and instruction manuals.

Though its resistive touchscreen may take some getting used to, it’s definitely snappy enough for surfing the web. There are several applications pre-installed, including Fring, an e-book reader, weather forecasts, email, alarm clock, calendar, picture gallery, calculator, and a music player. Want more apps? Just head on over to the Camangi Market and download to your heart’s desire. Overall, we’re really pleased with the device, if it’s used solely for web surfing. More information.

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