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3D Capable Android Tablet: iStation Zood (Z3D)

iStation, a south korean company, announced the iStation Zood (codenamed Z3D) one the first (if not the first) stereoscopic 3D capable Android Tablet. You’ll need 3D content and wear polarised 3D glasses to take advantage of it. It features a 7″ multi-touch capacitive touchscreen and is powered by a Telechips ARM11 core processor (TCC8900?) running Android 2.1.

The performance does not seem that great, but it’s still usable and being based on Telechips the price should be relatively low.

Here are the Zood specifications on iStation website:

  • Real 3D panel
  • 7″ TFT-LCD (WVGA, 800×480)
  • Capacitive touchscreen
  • 16/32 Nand flash
  • Acceleration sensor
  • Wifi 802.11 b/g/n
  • Bluetooth v2.1 + EDR
  • FM Radio
  • USB 2.0 Host and Slave
  • SDHC card reader
  • HDMI output
  • Android 2.1

In the video below (but not in the specs?), they say this tablet also supports digital terrestrial television (DTT), now only supporting T-DMB, the standard used in south Korea. Once it is launched in March 2011, This tablet might actually have some success in Korea since Korea is the first country to provide 3D DTT.

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