Chinese electronics maker HOTT brought a new 7 inch tablet with an ARM-based processor to CES last week. Charbax from ARMdevices caught up with the company and shot a brief video which you can check out below.
The HOTT M700 runs Windows CE 6.0 and has about 8 hours of battery life for web browsing or about 3 hours of video playback. Oh yeah, and it can handle 1080p HD video and even has an HDMI port for pumping out video to your HDTV.
HOTT says a Google Android version will also be coming later this year.
Like many of the companies showing off products in the International Gateway at CES, HOTT isn’t selling its products directly to consumers. So the $120 price tag that the guy mentions in the video probably isn’t the price that retail customers would pay. Rather, it’s the price that a distributor would pay to purchase several hundred or thousand devices to resell in the US. Still, even after the price is marked up, it seems feasible that we could see this little tablet come to market for $200 to $250.
Video after the break.