Meet ENT ET-M43A MID, a MID that runs Android operating system. This little MID, adorned in piano black suit loves fingerprints and has a slide out QWERTY keyboard to let you easily enter URLs when you are on-the-go. However, unlike HTC, folks at ENT have not customized the homescreen of their MID. But, even then it is still very functional.
The keyboard on this ENT mid is back-lit, thus allowing you to use it in the dark. It has a full 3.5mm headphone jack for your music pleasure.
ENT was intelligent enough to bundle an onscreen keyboard too for those who prefer SIP (soft input panel) over the hardware keyboard.
The only thing missing from ENT mid is the 3G. So, in order to get online everytime, you will have to hunt for an Internet connection. Other than that, it is pretty decent MID. A rather odd thing that we noticed was the ‘windows flag’ key on the keyboard on the bottom-left of the hardware keyboard. What is a Windows Key doing on an Android machine?
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