Giada’s Newest Sleek Android Tablet The T730

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Known for their extensive line of Android-based mini-PCs, Giada introduces a new Android tablet – the T730. With its sleek design and good set of hardware features, the Giada T730 Android tablet is a compelling choice for anyone looking to get a new gadget this year.

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The open-source nature of Google’s Android OS makes it inviting for a large community of developers and enthusiasts that create software products which add new features for advanced users. As of now, there are approximately 700,000 apps available for Android.

[pe2-image src=”” href=”″ caption=”” type=”image” alt=”T730-Front.jpg” pe2_single_image_size=”w270″ pe2_img_align=”right” ] The Giada T730 runs on Android 4.1 “Ice Cream Sandwich” and comes with a dual-core 1.5GHz RockChip RK3066/ARM® Cortex™ A9 processor along with the Mali-400 GPU for smooth High Definition graphics. With a 7″ IPS screen and a good GPU, the screen runs on 1280p × 800p. Anyone can watch a full 1080p HD video with the T730. It also comes with 1GB DDR3 memory and an 8GB Nand Flash with support for TransFlash card up to 32GB.

This new Android tablet from Giada also features an HDMI output which allows sending 720p and 1080p video output to a bigger screen with multi-channel digital audio. A portable movie experience with you. What use is such power if it isn’t powered by 4000mAh battery? With that juice, the Giada T730 can run up to 8 days in standby and up to 5-7 hours of video play.

Features rundown

  • Dual-Core 1.5GHz RockChip RK3066/ARM® Cortex™ A9
  • Mali-400 GPU
  • 7″ IPS 1280p × 800p
  • 1GB DDR3 memory
  • 8GB Nand Flash
  • Up to 32GB TransFlash card support
  • USB2.0
  • HDMI output
  • Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11 b/g/n)
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • Dual Camera: 2Mp rear; 0.3Mp front
  • 4000mAh battery: 8 days standby; 5-7 hours video play

To learn more about Giada’s entire line-up of compact desktop PCs, tablets, and motherboards, you can visit the official website at

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