Liquidware debuts Amber, a customizable Android development tablet

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It’s likely overkill for those interested only in some basic tablet modding, but the folks from Liquidware (no strangers to the DIY scene) have a new bit of kit that should please those looking to take on a more ambitious project. Dubbed simply Amber, the kit is described as “80 percent of the way to a tablet” — you’ll get a 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor, a 7-inch capacitive display and a customized version of Android 2.3, but no pesky casing to get in the way of any other additions you see fit to add. That convenience comes at a bit of a cost, though. The Amber will set you back anywhere from $983 to $1,674 depending on the kit you choose. Head on past the break for a quick look at it on video.

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Liquidware debuts Amber, a customizable Android development tablet originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 18 May 2012 02:07:00 EST.

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