Tegra 2 ‘Love Master’ T9 Tablet Heads For December Launch!

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ai shou love master tablet Tegra 2 Love Master T9 Tablet Heads For December Launch!There was a time that original Chinese tablet and phones were a rarity, but over the past few years more and more Chinese tech companies have emerged offering some truly fantastic devices!

Xiaomi and Meizu, both make very good phones, and now in the tablet era we are seeing great tables from the likes of Visture and now ‘Love Master’!

The ‘Love Master’, known locally as ‘Ai Shuo’ is one of the few Chinese made tablets that offers both originality and power, in this case coming from a NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core CPU with 1Ghz RAM.

These 3D renderings of the ‘Love Master’ show some great styling, with not a physical button in sight, and an overall size of 241mm x 185mm x 10mm.

love master android tablet china Tegra 2 Love Master T9 Tablet Heads For December Launch!Specification wise the ‘Love Master’ has a 9.7 inch IPS screen, 1024 x 768 resolution, front and rear cameras (2 mega-pixel front and a 5 mega-pixel unit round back), Bluetooth, GPS, optional 3G and a 7000mAh battery which offers up to 8 hours of battery life!

It is expected that the ‘Love Master’ will come with an Android 2.3 OS at launch, but will receive an Android 4.o Ice-cream Sandwich update in the near future.

ai shuo t9 tegra 2 tablet Tegra 2 Love Master T9 Tablet Heads For December Launch!Although,  Ai Shuo have been very forthcoming about the specification of their new Tegra 2 tablet, they are being extremely coy about the retail price, which judging by the specification and the relatively small size of the Ai Shuo and it’s purchasing power, we expect to be on the high side.

The Wi-Fi only model is likely to sell for around 2000 Yuan ($314) while the 3G model will probably be closer to 3000 Yuan ($471)!

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