New RCA mobile TV tablet supports Google Play

The RCA Mobile TV Tablet unveiled last night during this year's CES 2013 in Las Vegas will support Google Play, the electronics company announced.

Alongside the mobile TV tuner compatible with the Dyle mobile TV service RCA's push into mobile TV tablets allows users to access the Google Play App Store.

Google Play is the digital distribution application for Android devices. Titles including Chrono Trigger, Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery and Final Fantasy are currently available through the platform.

In addition to Google Play, the tablet's mobile TV service features 130 channels from stations across the U.S., while a TSC mobile DTV tuner is also included alongside the Dyle mobile TV tuner.

The tablet itself is designed with an eight-inch screen with a resolution of 1024x768, a Cortex A5 processor that operates at 1GHz and an Android touchscreen device. The device also includes 1GB of RAM and 8GB of integrated storage. It features with front and rear cameras, wi-fi, GPS functionality, integrated speakers, USB and micro USB slots and a microSD card slot for further expansion to its storage.

The RCA Mobile TV Tablet has a battery life of up to four hours while in mobile TV mode, while it can last up to 10 hours when only browsing the web. It will be available this spring at a suggested retail price of $299.

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