First look at the OGT Tablet -- the world's thinnest Android tablet

Ask any analyst, technophile, or blogger -- this summer we expect a plethora of Android tablets.  Some will be good, some not so much, but the OGT Tablet is something we're going to be keeping our eye on.  Not only do they bill it as "the world's thinnest Android tablet" at a trim 7 mm and only 550 grams in weight, it has some very interesting specs.  Besides the 1 GHz processor (unknown make at this time) and the 16 GB and 32 GB flavors, the OGT tablet comes with a working microSD card slot out of the box and the industry's first true color display at a whopping 188 ppi (pixels per inch).  That's more than the Xoom's 152 ppi, and a lot more than the iPad's 132 ppi.  Add in a 5MP rear camera and a 3MP front-facing cam, and both a 3G and Wifi only model, and this one already stands out from the crowd.

Or at least it promises to. Will the OGT Tablet be one of the summer's winners?  We'll have to wait and see.  In the meantime, hit the break to see a short clip of it in the flesh.  [OGT Mobile]

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Jerry Hildenbrand
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