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Thursday, 30 September 2010 09:12

aPAD tablet available for €106 + shipping

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Laggy Android 667MHz and 800MHz available
The people at lightinthebox.com have got things right. They want to sell you an Android Tablet PC called aPAD for €106 + shipping fees, which sounds quite reasonable.

This 7-inch tablet comes equipped with a Samsung S3C6410 processorat 667MHZ (SMQ5454). It is not the fastest around, but it will make things work. It also packs 256MB memory and 1GB of internal storage.

Of course it has Wifi and it can surf the internet and guess what, it even has a camera. It supports 800x480 resolution and has a memory card slot, and two USB 2.0 ports and let's not forget the headphone slot as well as DC in.

On the video showed below it looks laggy, but hey it cost as much as it is supposed to. Imagine what these guys could offer for €300, which is the right price for some dual core ARM, with 32GB memory as well as performance better than the iPad. Let's see if anyone can get this right.

A few bucks more can get you the version with 2GB and for €125 plus shipping you can get an ARM 11 800MHz version that will get to most parts of Europe in three to five days for reasonable 25€ shipping fee. Let us know if anyone grabs one.

You can check some details and buy one here.
Last modified on Thursday, 30 September 2010 10:05
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