[Update] E-Noa Binging a 10-inch Tegra 2-based Tablet – the Interpad

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.

[via Engadget]

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  • dave

    need s to be $300

  • dave

    Also there needs to be a 720p standard sodevs can make apps.

  • Joute

    Start saving indeed…

  • jon


  • Matt N

    “E-Noa Binging a 10-inch Tegra 2-based Tablet – the Interpad”


  • Dave

    By the way. ADW launcher will be perfect for these as you can create as many homescreen/app drawer icon rows and columns as you want to take advantage of the extra screen room.

  • dman977

    Why are companies calling these pads?! What happened to tablet? Sorry, but I will not buy any electronic device with ‘pad’ in the name.

  • duberry

    Microsoft is putting Bing on Android now?

  • Justin

    No “pad” suffix please!!

  • ari-free

    they could call it maxipad or MyTush for all I care…I want to see this tegra 2 in action!

  • http://www.mensahwatts.com MensahWatts

    Looks Coolish and I’m glad I didn’t buy the ipad…good to wait always well mostways anyhey thing looks pretty coooolish y0

  • Brandt

    also there needs to be a cd/dvd drive then it will be legit