It’s tough to make an Android tablet stand out these days. It’s hard to compete on sheer horsepower, build quality, or price. So the folks at Shenzhen DNT have taken a completely different approach by building a cheap Android tablet with two headphone jacks.

The tablet also has a Telechips TCC8902 chip that’s been overclocked to run at 1 GHz (instead of the usual 720 MHz). It has an 800 x 480 pixel resistive multitouch display, 256MB of RAM, and runs Google Android 2.2. There’s a micro SD card slot, USB port, and HDMI port on the back… and two headphone jacks, which I suppose can come in handy if you want to watch a movie with a friend on an airplane. reports the tablet will run about $140, although it’s not clear if it will be made available outside of China.

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6 replies on “Chinese tablet makes room for two headphone jacks… for some reason”

  1. I’m sold! Amazing innovation. I have the slogan. “Double your pleasure with our unique design which includes two headphone jacks!”. Juicy.

  2. Or… in some price sensitive markets you can see people gathered around the same music player… often a phone… some of these devices aren’t just peoples first PC/phones.. they’re their first camera, music player etc.

    This just means 2 people can enjoy the same small screen media content more easily.

  3. Makes sense. Here in n China, “sweetheart” adapters -jack splitters that allow two people to plug into the same device- are common accessories that sellers toss in DAP or PMP bundles, especially when buying online.

    Then again, if you really want to show the immediate world you’re a couple or BFF, it’s more common to share the same pair of earphones and listen in one-channel sound.

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