disgo has announced the launch of the disgo Tablet 6000, an Google Android based multimedia device, aimed at those who want a cheaper alternative to Apple's best selling iPad.

This 7-inch widescreen 800 x 480 pixels touch-screen multimedia tablet promises affordable access to videos, music and games on the move, as well as access to the Internet wherever there is a wireless connection.
The disgo Tablet 6000 runs the Google Android 2.1 OS, which allows access to 1000's of free applications and supports Adobe Flash.

The tablet comes pre-loaded with a number of applications such as YouTube, a SlideMe Market applications downloader, wowBook eReader and Skyfire Internet browser.

Limited content can be stored on the disgo Tablet 6000’s 2GB Micro SD card, while users can upgrade up to 32GB for better iPad like storage.  The tablet supports a range of audio, video and image files including MP3,WAV, WMA and AAC for music, Jpeg, Gif, Png, Bmp for images and HD supported MP4 SP, AVI and 3G for high definition video.

disgo Tablet 6000

Additionally the device offers a 14.6mm body, 256MB Ram, built in 2 x 0.5W speakers, 1500mAh rechargeable polymer battery, 2D/3D Graphic Accelerator, processor - iMAPx200, 1GHz, 16KB L2 Cache, 266MHZ operation frequency, Micro SD card slot, Mini USB, OTG, 2.5mm earphone jack, DC jack, HDMI connection and full HD capabilities.

The disgo Tablet 6000 is available from October 2010, with a SRP of £179.99, available from Amazon.co.uk, Play.com and HMV.