January 9, 2009
GiiNii Movit Mini - main menu

GiiNii Movit Mini - main menu

Anyone fancy an iPod Touch running Android? Say hello to the Movit Mini WiFi Android tablet by GiiNii, recently showcased at CES. This pretty thing sports a 4.3-inch, 480 x 272 resistive touch-screen and although it doesn’t have cellular phone capabilities, it does have a built-in mic and speaker suggesting VoIP would not be out of the question (very fitting considering the possibility on Skype on Android)!

As the name suggests, WiFi is included, but there is also Bluetooth as well. With that said, you won’t be downloading much via either connection unless you get a microSD card to increase the native 256MB of internal storage. What’s more,  apparently the pricing is expected to come in somewhere around US$150.

We expect to have some video and hands on impressions of the Movit Mini in the next day or two.  For now, though, enjoy the gallery of photos we shot at CES after the jump.

James Tromans
Contributing editor of AndroidAuthority.com, based in the U.K.
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