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Creative outs own ZiiO Android tablet

Looks like Creative, maker of music players and speakers, also created their own Android tablet — the Creative Ziio and they come in 7-inch and 10-inch form factors.

Probably the most surprising fact between these two Android tablets is that Creative uses resistive screen displays when everybody else is moving towards capacitive display.


The Creative Ziio comes in 7″ TFT (480×800 pixels) and 10″ (1024×768 pixels) with internal storage options of 8GB and 16GB, expandable using an SD/microSD card slot up to 32GB. Both have WiFi 802.11 b/g and Bluetooth 2.1 but no 3G options. There’s no Android Marketplace either so you’ll have to rely on the ZiiStore to get apps.

The price tag isn’t bad either — starts from Php13,500 to around Php15,000 for the 7-inch model. First impression review on PCPro.

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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10 Responses

  1. YuYu says:

    wow. this could be a better option against the archos70. will have to read more about it…

  2. thenonhacker says:

    Even though I hate Apple, I can objectively say that ZiiO Android Tablet will fail VS the iPad. Dell has much more potential even.

  3. skagen says:

    nice! these andriod tablets are popping like pop corns. ilabas na ang 13th month! :))

  4. Harley says:

    not now for me! thanks for the update!

  5. leeto says:

    i still go for notebooks for its unlimited functions

  6. mr.bogus says:

    hmmmm..??? i say no…..

  7. Bon says:

    I see Creative is foregoing the multi-touch feature by using resistive screen displays. Tsk tsk. Bad move.

  8. bench says:

    pag uwi ko buy ako dyan satin ng ARCHOS 101…pamalit ko sa HP DM1 ko…cooollll

  9. bemaf says:

    meron n b ni2 sa pinas??

  10. Emmanuel Pader says:

    Matanong ko lang may availablity na ba ang ZiiO 7 at ZiiO 10 dito? Where can I find ZiiO 7 and 10 here? in Electroworld or greenhills maybe?

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