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Pierre Cardin's entry in to the fondleslab fray is yet another indication of just how in vogue tablets are these days.

Pierre Cardin Tablet PC

As far as tech trendsetting goes, the Pierre Cardin Tablet PC is a tad retro given that it runs on Android 2.2. It features a Samsung S5PV210 Cortex A8 1GHz processor, 512MB Ram and comes with 4GB of internal storage plus micro SDHC expansion. The 7in capacitive display has a 800 x 480 resolution.

The PC Tablet PC has access to the Android Market and other Google Apps, although the device only natively supports Wi-Fi connectivity. For 3G, there is an additional dongle.

The Pierre Cardin PC-7006 Tablet PC comes with a tailored carry-case and is available now for £275. ®

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