PocketBook IQ Android tablet hits the FCC
The PocketBook IQ is a 7 inch Android tablet designed to work as an eBook reader and a general purpose internet tablet. It was first introduced a few months ago, and now the tablet has found its way to the FCC web site, which is a pretty good indication that the company is thinking about bringing the PocketBook IQ to the States.
The PocketBook IQ has a TFT color display, WiFi and Bluetooth and runs Google Android 2.x. It’s scheduled to get an update to Android 2.2 in December.
While the tablet looks a lot like the PanDigital Novel, PocketBook is pushing the audio and video capabilities of the PocketBook which make it a better choice if you’re looking for a multimedia tablet.