As we wait for the first round of Tegra 2-based Android tablets to make their way to store shelves, another has been introduced today. E-Noa’s bringing us a 10-inch device – dubbed the Interpad – that’s packing some impressive specs in hopes to get people to open their wallets up at the end of the year (because you’ll definitely have to open them – more on that later).
The device will launch with Android 2.1 with a capacitive multitouch-enabled display. Pricing? 399 euros (which comes out to around $518) but this thing comes packed with enough of a punch to justify it. 1GB of RAM, 1GHz Tegra 2 T20 processor, 16GB of internal storage with a microSD card slot, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, USB, HDMI out, and a 3900mAh battery giving it 8-12 hours of life on a single charge.
They’re also reportedly bringing out an upgraded version which will ship with Android 2.2, will add a GPS and camera, and should see itself adopting some 3G radios for 100 euros more ($649). We can’t wait to see this thing in action pretty soon, but for now you’ll just have to make do with the images above.
[Update]: It appears that this could be the same 10-inch tablet we saw last month by Malata. You can find more videos of that here.
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