Here is a massive news for Android lover who has some budget limitation. HiVision is revealing a less than $100 Android Tablet called SpeedPad at the CeBIT 2010 exhibition and the specs is obviously high for a $99.99 tablet.
Often, tablet PC is assumed as a high-price gadget, or at least you should pay about $300 and up to get one. However, this thought has been destroyed by HiVision with their SpeedPad that offers some delicious specs for budget-limited Android fans. Here is the detail of the specification for HiVision SpeedPad Android Tablet:
- Processor: Samsung 6410, 800 MHz with DSP (Arm 11)
- Storage drive type: 2G
- System RAM: 256 DDRII
- Operating System: Andriod (they made the type, I’m only the messenger)
- Wireless connection: 802.11b/g/Wireless
- Support external: 3G, Bluetooth, GPS, USB Dongle
- Software: Web Browser, E-Mail, Google, Map, Clock, Camera, Camcorder, Messaging, Weather
- Battery: 4200mAh
- Working time: 6 hours
HiVision SpeedPad has 7-inch screen, but it seems impossible to get a multitouch version due to the pricing matter. At less than $100, you will get 256MB of DDR2 RAM only, and there is no N-wireless connectivity, too. The only question left right now is about the durability and the quality of the tablet. Is it made of cheap plastic and second graded components? Can the tablet sustain for years of usage? If HiVision can answer this question swiftly, chance is the device will sell like hot cake once it has become available.