On the other hand, the number of Android-based tablet sales also rose sharply. Even overrunning netbook and laptop sales. In Indonesia it is characterized by the emergence of tablet quality locally but outside.
The desire of consumers to choose the tablet because based on the level of need that can be accommodated by the tablet. For example, access to social networking, open email, chat, multimedia and so on. In addition, the tablet is more affordable than a laptop with almost the same specs.
In this connection, Mito Mobile released Android tablet nicknamed Mito T500. "In the big cities as well as second-class city in the country, a lot of interest in tablets, because consumers want to acquire a new surfing experience," said Hansen, Managing Director, Mito Mobile.
According to him, as data-hungry devices, systems utilizing a cellular network connection class HSDPA (3.5 G) and WI-Fi. So users can choose the most ideal network.
By carrying out the Android OS version 2.3 (Gingerbread), Mito T500 comes as a tablet to follow the latest trends. In addition, continued Hansen, now this version of the Gingerbread is the most widely used on many Android devices. Various features provided by Google is available here.
In the multimedia sector, this tablet to enrich content with audio and video player. Equipped with a 2 MP camera which is capable of producing images with a resolution of 1200 x 1600 MP at the back was ready to record video.
While on the front VGA camera accommodated by that will be used to chat using Skype. "This last application has even been prepared and stay put," he explained.
As an Android tablet, the most interesting of these devices is the presence of applications available on the Play Store (Google Market). Today there are as many as 450 thousand applications in it.
In addition to the tablet which accommodates the interests of data traffic (download and upload), Mito T500 also serves as a cellular phone and SMS services held. "If another tablet to forget the needs of consumers will analog televisions, the Mito T500 actually added this feature," said Hansen.