Why do we still call devices with this form factor a tablet when every other manufacturer is intent on positioning it against the Apple tablet with the ‘pad‘ suffix? But truth be told, this one’s no pushover and does indeed carries some reasonable tech specs and price. So here we go.
The GPad G10 is an Android 2.1 tablet that draws its power from the 800MHz Telechips 8902 ARM 11-based processor. The tablet comes with a 7-inches touchscreen that renders content via an 800×600 pixel resolution display. Other features on this device include a 2GB internal memory, 256MB RAM, a VGA camera, HDMI output and a 2600mAh battery. I’m not convinced with the RAM part, but otherwise, these specs are exceptional for a device that sells at just $185.
I’m not sure if this one is going to come to the neighborhood retail stores, but for now, this one is going live on the Chinese wholestore eretailer PandaWill.com. For some strange reason, the GPad looks very much like the iPad.