Low-Cost Andy Pad Gets Caught on Camera, Andy Pad Pro Confirmed

The folks at Andy Pad recently held a private event for their self-titled Andy Pad tablet, but as all things go no secrets have gone unspoiled. Not only did a shot of the all-white 7-inch slate emerge from the event, but details on pricing of not one, but two models featuring varying storage configurations. An 8GB version of the Andy Pad will retail for £129, while a 16GB version will sell for £169. That translates to about $200 and $270 respectively.

It was also confirmed that an Andy Pad Pro will see a release featuring upgraded hardware across the board The standard Andy Pad’s resistive touchscreen is traded for a capacitive display and the Pro also earns front and rear-facing cameras. No price was revealed for the Andy Pad Pro.

[via Engadget]

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TAGS: Andy Pad , Andy Pad Pro

  • Russ

    Don’t see them selling many resistive ones. With only 256MB RAM it’s going to struggle against the budget Chinese options.

    • Lutin

      It’s got 512mb RAM, not 256

  • Pip73

    Best value I’ve seen so far for a UK capacitive tab is the tabtech m7 off amazon. It’s £165, and currently has a lot of forum support over on slatedroid. Big minus for me is that it looks like a big iPhone. Big turn off.
    Now if this £129 model has a capacitive screen, hdmi out and is rootable, then they are going to have problem keeping it on the shelves! Probably wishful thinking there though.

  • Jmaxarch