With Nokia having seen a lot of jobs go as it lost out on the smartphone trend, interesting new Finish technology companies have fortunately popped up to fill some of the void left behind. And one of them is the pretty new Finish company Yetitablet. The large tablets from Yetitablet have now been FCC approved, making them eligible for launch in the US in the future.
The Yetitablet tablets are gigantic Android tablets, Windows tablets, and dual-OS tablets where the smallest of their tablets is 27 inches wide, and the largest one being 98 inches wide.
Optional sizes are 27-inch, 43-inch, 55-inch, 65-inch, 84-inch, 86-inch, and 98-inch, with resolution ranging from Full HD 1920 x 1080 to 4K 3840 x 2160 resolution.
As you would expect, these tablets are not typical home consumer tablets, instead the Yetitablets are built for every other imaginable scenario, from use as public touch displays, to use in education, conferences, team work, and industry. Because of that, the screens have different layers of tempered glass to protect the touch screen, all depending on how much of protection a user wants.
Processors range from RockChip on the Android 7.1 version to Intel Core i7 on the Windows version, with up to 16GB of RAM, 20 watt stereo speakers, and some of the options even include 4G LTE and external antennas.
Yetitablets can also be customized as waterproof for something like outdoor use.
For the consumer market, the largest tablets now are the 18.4-inch Android tablet Samsung Galaxy View that will be succeeded by the smaller 17.2-inch Samsung Galaxy View 2 soon. In March, the French technology company Archos also announced that they plan to release a 21.5-inch digital board game tablet by the name Archos Play Tab, but that it will only launch in a few European countries during the summer.
– Tom Bowen