FlatPad A10 Android 10" tablet specs

wuyanks

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  • ARM Cortex-A8 Processor 1GHz+
  • 2GB Flash Memory
  • 256MB RAM
  • microSD memory card slot up to 32GB
  • 10.2” TFT ,1024×600 RESISTIVE Touchscreen Display
  • WiFi support
  • Accelerometer
  • WebCam
  • 1-USB 2.0 Host port and 1-USB 2.0 OTG port
  • 2400 mAh battery (5-7 hours battery life)
  • Built in stereo speakers 1Wx2
  • 1080p video playback support
  • Google Maps
  • and of course an Android 2.1 operating System
FlatComputing also promises that the device will be upgradeable to Android 2.2 "sometime" in August. These specs look fantastic, when compared to the Augen GenTouch. The build quality also looks much improved, as the device seems to be more metallic than "plasticky." The only downside is that pesky resistive display. But for $285, this sounds like a bargain. And for better or worse, the device looks exactly like an iPad.

http://www.shanzai.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1541&Itemid=26 Check out a hands-on video with the Zenithink tablet (via Shanzai):


Here is the FlatPad A10's boxing:

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And a view from the side...

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For more photos, check here: FlatComputing


At this time, the FlatPad is only available online. To purchase, go here: FlatComputing products page

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Admin

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Wow they made it look nearly identical to the iPad.
 

xaueious

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Before anyone else gets scammed, this is not an A8 Cortex tablet.

It runs a remarked ARM11 CPU between 800MHz and 1GHz, with JIT enabled to mask CPU faking.
 

tipstir

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Thanks for the tip. The price is very high $285 and it's coming from Texas I believe. Tax $23 and Shipping $16 charges bring this unit to $324 for it. Another replicated iPAD look-a-like but not using the A8 as you say.
 

Laharl

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You can get the same tablet with the Epad name instead of Flatpad for $220.00Plus $30 shipping on Merimobiles.
 
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