RCA Announces Mobile TV Tablet to Experience Digital Television on Android Device

By Gizbot Bureau

    In a recent development, tech consumer goods manufacturer, RCA has announced that the company will unveil a Mobile TV tablet at International CES 2013 next week. According to the company's press release, RCA Mobile TV Tablet is industry's first dual-tuner mobile TV priced at $299 (approx. Rs 16,000) and will hit the stores in the US coming spring.

    As far as features are concerned, the device will include a standard over-the-air DTV tuner, along with a mobile TV tuner that is compatible with Dyle(TM) mobile TV, a service that enables consumers to watch live, local TV while they are on the go.

    The technology will also offer viewers on-the-go access to 130 mobile TV stations throughout the country accompanied with 8-inch screen (1024x768) with Wi-Fi, dual cameras, and GPS functionality.

    RCA Announces Mobile TV Tablet to Experience Digital Television

    Further, the Android tablet features a Cortex A5 1GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of on-board flash memory. In addition the RCA Mobile TV Tablet includes cameras on the front and rear of the tablet, twin speakers, integrated GPS, and USB, MicroUSB, MicroSD, and HDMI connectivity.

    Weighing only 1.4 pounds, the DMT580D also includes built-in Wi-Fi, a Google search browser, and compatibility with the Google Play app store. The RCA 8-inch Mobile TV Tablet has a battery life up to four hours in mobile TV mode, or up to 10 hours when web browsing.

    Other TV functions built into the device creating a one of a kind viewing experience include real-time signal strength display, on-screen program information display and digital closed captioning. Additionally, features like language settings, auto channel scan and a favorite channel setting enable the consumer to take the RCA Mobile TV Tablet and personalize the device to fit their needs.

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