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hipstreet Meridian (HS-7DTB12)

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hipstreet Meridian (HS-7DTB12)

FCC approval date: 02 May 2013
Country of manuf.: China

FCC ID: RH2-HS-7DTB12
Industry Canada ID: 8012A-HS-7DTB12

Power: ? VDC, ? A
Connector type: barrel

CPU1: Rockchip RK2928-G (1.2 GHz)
FLA1: ? MiB (Hynix Model?)
RAM1: ? MiB (Hynix Model? × 4)

802dot11 WI1 chip 1: Ralink RT5370

bgn, 1x1:1

Categorized as: tablet computer

Stock OS / FW: Android 4.1

OUI: none specified

Per the FCC photos...

  • the device uses a Rockchip RK2928-G (single core Cortex A9) SoC, Hynix NAND, and Hynix RAM (4x)
  • "TR738_MAIN_V1.0", "2012_12_15", and "GOU" appears to be silkscreened on the main board.
  • "TR738_KEY_V10" and "2012_12_15" is silkscreened on the secondary board.
  • it is using a 3000mAh battery (YOKU 3845148 3.7V, 3000mAh 11.1WH, DR13030814011671).
  • the wireless module appears to be using a Ralink RT5370 (single-stream 802.11n + b/g)
  • the included power adapter is probably an Aquil Star Precision Industrial (Shenzhen) ASSA1A-050200 (100-240VAC ~ 50/60Hz, 0.45A -> 5VDC 2.0A)

Per the FCC manual...

  • the processor is running at 1.2GHz
  • the device is running Android 4.1
  • it has a 7" 800x480 capacitive touchscreen
  • the device has 1GB DDR3 and 8GB built-in NAND (expandable via microSD)
  • it weighs 316g
    0.316 kg
    11.145 oz
    0.697 lbs
  • the Micro-B port is for data only, charging the tablet will require the 5VDC power adapter w/ the device (it has a barrel plug)
  • battery specs match the photos, average life is specified as 4-15 hours depending on usage