More Android tablets break cover
Sep 09, 2010, 03:05 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Navigation device manufacturer Rydeen Mobile Electronics
announced a seven-inch, Android-based tablet called the "gPad
GCOM701" at last weekend's IFA show in Berlin. Also at the show,
Foryoudigital demonstrated its five-inch, Android-powered MX10, and
Enspert announced that it built the "Identity Tab" Android tablet
recently released by Korean carrier KT.
"Known primarily for its automotive navigation systems, Rydeen
Mobile Electronics announced the gPad GCOM701 tablet last week at
the IFA show, still underway in Berlin through tomorrow. The
seven-inch GCOM701 runs an unstated version of Android on an 800MHz
Marvell Armada 166 processor, according to a press release posted
by Phandroid, as well as additional specs published by Gizmag."