Just lately, the largest telecommunication business enterprise in the country presented the new PLDT Telpad for anyone to view. Aided by the Telpad, you can actually at the same time include the high-end to own most suitable landline inside the Philippines in addition to using the Google android tablet towards surfing or browse the internet.
Owning the Telpad will provide you with the advantages of using a landline and even surfing the internet. You can even see updates and news feed from your FaceBook, Twitter, and video hosting sites plus several lot more. It is easy to have images and even upload pix within your treasured web 2.0. It is easy to have fun audio, download and read new music and publish video. You can view motion pictures and download and read pictures. It is easy to have fun game titles, download ebooks and read them all .
When it was first published, the PLDT Telpad is equipped with the S7 slim Tablet. The tablet was powered by Android 2.2 Froyo has a 8GB internal memory. Now, a new unit has been introduce. The Telpad is now equipped with the AD-1000A Tablet powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread which is more flexible that the first one and with a more advance memory management.
Android Gingerbread 2.3 – the latest OS that is perfect for tablets today
Hundred of thousands apps from the Android Market
1 Ghz Cortex A8 Processor
2gb built in memory; 512 mb RAM and 32gb standard SD
7 inches TFT LCD Screen Display
Primary keypad: Back, Menu, Home
2MP camera SVGA 800X600 pixels
Standard USB port
Built in speaker
3.2 mm headphones
HDMI port connectible to tv
PLDT Telpad Plans
Plan P1,849 to 1 mbps
Plan P2,099 to 1.5 mbps
Plam P3,095 to 3.5 mbps
Plan P4,100 to 5.5 mbps
Take note that you’ll be charged with those amounts monthly with 2 years holding period. The unit is not for free of course. You have to pay for P5,500 for the tablet to comlete the telpad package. Luckily, it can be paid in 3 options: full cash amount, or 12-month (P475) installment, and 24-month (P250) installment.
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