Interpad Tablet Features 10-inch Screen, Android 2.2, and Tegra 2 Chip

At this point it seems like there are more rumors about Android tablets than phones.  However, with dozens in the pipeline, none of them appear to be on the level of that forbidden fruit that is the iPad.  An unknown German manufacturer has stepped up with their own plans, aiming for the title of most-lusted-after Android tablet.

Featuring a 1GHz Tegra 2 chip, 1GB of DDR2 RAM and 16GB flash storage, and Android 2.2, the E-Noa Interpad (translated) is the newest rumored (translated) slate on the block.  Expected to arrive in December with a €399 (about $518 US) price tag, the Interpad also boasts a 10-inch capacitive multitouch screen, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, USB 2.0, HDMI out, and a beefy 3900mAh battery.  It’s also rumored that an alternate version will be available with Android 2.2,GPS, 3G, and a camera for about €500 ($649 US).

We’ll definitely be watching the news around this one closely.  If this turns out to be a legit deal, you might find a few of us AndroidGuys opening up our wallets later this year!

Via: Engadget

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6 Comments

  1. Justin
    July 28, 03:38 Reply

    When I hear prices that are almost exactly the same as an upset it seemseems disheartening. I thought these android tablets were going to be cheaper. For me right now when I hear 500 I say no, but if I hear 300 I think maybe… I think if anyone can put out a halfway decent tablets with android for 300 they wouldn’t be able to keep them on the shelves. Maybe I don’t have a clue idk.

    • Ity
      July 29, 03:23 Reply

      Try the augen, might be slow but the postings say will be updating software in 48 hours. Have to wait a week till its on the shelf at kmart though

  2. Paul Danger Kile
    December 06, 15:46 Reply

    I don’t know how safe it is to mod a nook color, but that thing is only $250 and appears to be really fast (it’s 800 Mhz but feels more responsive than my Fascinate).

  3. Vasey1974
    September 08, 17:37 Reply

    hi can anyone confirm if it is 16gb internal memory, or is that the size it can be expanded to?

    thanks

  4. naeem
    September 01, 12:08 Reply

    rubbish. its better to spend half a price of this to buy an acer or dell windows netbook that has windows 7 plus android 2.2 operating system

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