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Orange touts tropical tablet

Own-brand Tahiti on sale today

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Orange has entered the 7in tablet market with its own, Honeycomb Android-based Tahiti.

Priced at £70 - although you'll also need to take out a £25-a-month, two-year data contract - Tahiti has a dual-core Qualcomm 8260 CPU running at 1.2GHz. There's 512MB of Ram, 8GB of Flash storage and a Micro SD slot in the 11mm-thick body, which weighs 390g.

Orange Tahiti

Connectivity comes through 2.4GHz 802.11n, Bluetooth 2.1 and HSPA 3G. It has a mini HDMI port too, plus micro USB.

The Tahiti tablet goes on sale today at Orange stores. ®

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