AIGO N700 Joins The Tablet Party, A Rebranded Compal NAZ-10


Something’s wrong when we’re seeing more tablet devices being announced than phones by the day. Not that we’re not happy, though, but Aigo joins the long list of companies ready to jump on the bandwagon with their N700 tablet being unveiled. With a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen, a 1ghz Cortex-A9 processor, and a ridiculous battery life of 16 hours (while playing HD video nonstop, mind you), this is definitely one to keep your eye on.


Touch screen multi-touch capacitive 7-inch 16 million colors, 800×480
Platform-T20 Nvidia Tegra2
Processor dual-core Cortex A9 1Ghz (1MB L2 cache)
Size: 208 x 122 x 13.95 mm
Weight: 465g
Memory: 512MB DDR2 667MHz
Audio: 3D sound, 2 speakers, built-in microphone
Storage: 4GB/16GB/32GB
Connectivity: 1xUSB, 1xMicroSD (32GB max), 1xHDMI, 3.5mm jack, SIM card, Docking station
Camera 1.3 megapixel
Battery 2-cell 3120mAh, 11.5W
Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1, 3G (WCDMA / EVDO / TD-SCDMA)
Accelerometer, ambient light sensor and compass
On / Off, Standby and Exit Watch
Touch Button: Volume, Home, Menu, Back, Search
Dock / Docking Station: Power, 1 x HDMI, 1 x Audio Jack, 1 x USB.
Operating system Android 2.1
Others: 1080P video playback and output, buzzer

The story original broke from PC Pop, however later it was revealed that the device looks just like the Compal NAZ-10 shown at the previous Mobile World Congress. It’s believed that the Aiga N700 will just be a rebranded version of it. At $300, I’m intrigued. If not for the unprecedented battery life alone, then just because it also happens to look pretty, too. No word on availability yet, but check out the original video of the device at the Mobile World Congress ahead.

[via Engadget]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. This will do the job, the iPad was supposed to do. <o.5kg is definitely one-hand-friendly and the os, hardware and battery are superior to the ipad.

  2. This looks fantastic.

  3. FTA: “…At $300, I’m intrigued. If not for the unprecedented battery life alone, then just because it also happens to look pretty, too. No pricing or availability yet…”

    So, is it $300, or is it unknown on pricing?

  4. When did it become available he says?

  5. I don’t understand why all of these tablets support 1080p when they have resolutions of less than even 720p.

  6. That sounds like an amazing device.

  7. Obviously for outputting 1080p videos to an HDTV. Imagine a pocket Media HD Player that you can store movies then play anywhere via HDMI.

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