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Another day, another 7in Android tablet. This one's from Disgo and follows the usual pattern.

So we have a 7in, 480 x 800 touchscreen; Android 2.1; 1GHz ARM CPU - an iMap X200 - 256MB of memory; 2GB of storage which can be augmented with Micro SD cards; 802.11n Wi-Fi; a pair of mini USB ports; 3.5mm headphone socket; and a mini HDMI port.

Disgo Tablet 6000

Disgo describes the device as "ultra thin" before going on to say it's a centimetre and a half thick - not what we'd call skinny.

Priced at £180 - the same, you'll note as the 10in Android tablet Next is selling, as we reported yesterday - the Disgo Tablet 6000 is unlikely to sport a top-of-the-line display, so expect a resisitive touchscreen rather than a finger-friendly capacitive one, though Disgo has yet to confirm this, describing the screen simply as "high responsive".

Disgo Tablet 6000

The Tablet 6000 goes on sale this month from the likes of Play.com, Amazon and HMV. ®

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