Aigo seems to feel exhilarated at the moment, here is his umpteenth novelty in his Aigopad range, and second Aigo Mid which adopts Maemo Linux after the Walkshow NX7001, let’s have a big round of applause for the Aigo MID N520.
At first glance, we can tell that this new device is a knock off of the ZTE V7 that we’ve presented here before. Indeed, despite some differences in the Qwerty keyboard and the body Design. It proposes almost the same technical configuration, namely a 4.08-inch resistive touch screen with a resolution of 800×480. It runs Maemo Linux, reputed for its stability and it is powered by a 806MHz Marvell PXA310 processor. We also find 128Mb of DDR and 256Mb NAND Flash and 4Gb iNAND (32Gb Max). It might be compatible with applications from the Nokia Ovi Store or Maemo community.
Of course, it has all the technology to stay connected to internet, like a 3G (CDMA / EVDO) module, a WiFi module plus a GPS function and Bluetooth. It has a built-in speaker, an accelerometer, a 2-megapixel camera, a mini USB and USB host plug which also serve as the AC, microphone & headphone Jack etc… It measures 120x85x12.8mm and has a 2000mAh removable battery.
It will be available soon for a price which will be around $300.
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