The First Android Tablet 100% Tunisian!
Finally the Android* Tablet 100% TUNISIEN!!! It was exposed for sell at the SIB from the 29th November till the 3rd of December for only 499 dt. The Tablet was designed by three engineers, to think, realize and finally release the product. These engineers were graduated from Tunisian universities. It only took them 5 months so that their product shows up in its first test version. It was an enormous pleasure to discover its characteristics. It is a team of four engineers namely: Chiheb Bouattour: charged of standards and ratification, of training engineers :Electric Engineering of national school of Sfax (ENIS, Tunisia) and professional master’s degree SIDS instrumentation, signal system and embellishes with images Claude Bernard Lyon 1 ( France ) university, •Oussama MAKNI: R*D manager, of training engineers of the national school of Sfax (ENIS, Tunisia) Electric Engineering, •Moez Affes: Soft and Manager application, Engineer IT Engineering of the Faculty of Science of Tunis (FST, Tunisia), •Kais Lajmi: Senior technician in computing, diploma of Sakiet Ezzit Sfax’s training center.
They have their own factory in the zone of Ghraba; Sfax, Tunisia. These four young people thus finalized a tablet baptized ARTS, reference models T216, Here are the specifications: •A processor Freescale Cortex A8 of 1. 2 Ghz 1 Go of RAM!!! •8 GB of memory of internal storage •Screen Capacitif Multitouche of 9. 7; With a resolution of 1024x768p •Connectivity ( Oo): •Port USB 2. 0 •Port HDMI •Port Mini USB •Cast iron for micro SD card •With Android 2. and the official market in the version of test in priori! Yes they did it; but still; will this tablet compete in the international market with the other tablets such as The famous iPad of apple; Currently, the Motorola Xoom and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10. 1 , the HTC Flyer tablet, the Acer Iconia Tablet ….? How far will it go? *Android is an operating system for mobile phones and tablets, in much the same way that PCs run Microsoft Windows as their operating system.
It’s maintained by Google, and comes in a few different versions. At the time of writing, mobile phones run a variant of version 2 of Android, while most new tablets run a variant of version 3. Android’s standard layout is to have a series of Home screens, which can contain shortcuts to launch apps, or can contain widgets, which are small programs that serve a single function, such as controlling your music or displaying Facebook updates. Tunisia for a better Future!? By Azza Douss