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Stonehenge Telecom Intros Tablet PC

CHANNEL PARTNERS Stonehenge Telecom (Booth #1513) is debuting its newest product, Stonehenge Slate, a new entry into the tablet PC market, at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo. The Stonehenge Slate is available in 7- and 10-inch screen sizes, and comes equipped with the Android 2.3 operating system, with Windows 7 as an option on the 10-inch model.

This device is designed with the most popular customer-demanded options including upgradable and expandable features. The 7-inch model comes with Wi-Fi and optional 3G support, 512MB DDR3 memory with up to 64GB of storage, a front-facing camera, and an HDMI port. The 10-inch model is equipped with Wi-Fi and optional 3G support, 1GB DDR3 memory with expansion supporting up to 2GB of additional memory, 16GB SSD internal storage with a MicroSD slot for additional storage, and both front and back facing cameras.

A feature unique to the Stonehenge Slate is the ability to turn the device into a virtual Hosted PBX phone using the companys application, called Merlin. Merlin is available as a free download on www.mymerlinphone.com. Once installed, the application will provide the same elements as a Hosted PBX phone. Users can plug in their headsets, ear buds or use the Slates microphone to conduct business anywhere in the world where wireless coverage is available.

Adding the Stonehenge Slate to our portfolio allows us to provide a complete range of business communications services to our clients. It is another way in which we can deliver on our goal to keep our customers connected anywhere in the world and at any time,” said Ralph DiSciullo, president of Stonehenge Telecom. Were quite different than other providers as we own a global VoIP network and operate all of our services under a single corporate entity.”

Stonehenge Slates are available directly through Stonehenge Telecom as well as the companys agent channel partners.


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