Android 4.0 tablet gets supersized to 21.5 inches

Kouziro 21.5-inch Android 'tablet.'

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Kouziro )

Calling it a tablet may be a bit of a stretch, but that’s the ad copy a Japanese company is using on a new 21.5-inch Android device.

“A 21.5-inch Android tablet comes to market!” — is how Japan-based Kouziro is advertising a new touch panel display that runs Android 4.0 on top of a Texas Instruments OMAP dual-core 1GHZ processor.

The “Frontier” branded FT103 sports a 21.5-inch 1,920×1,080 touch display, 1GB of memory, 8GB of storage, webcam, Wi-Fi, and HDMI, microUSB, and microSD ports.

With the exception of the supersized screen, that’s not unlike the features you might find on an Android tablet.

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Kouziro)

And Kouziro is marketing it as a tablet — for watching movies, scanning news sites, and playing games.

It will go on sale in July for 34,800 yen or about $ 439.

In Japanese households, all-in-one PCs with large-screen integrated touch displays are common.

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