Honeycomb only recently hit the market with the release of the Motorola Xoom, and Chinese manufacturers have been quick to proclaim they’ll be soon releasing Android 3.0 tablets of their own. It seemed as though Android 2.3 would be completely skipped, until we saw this.
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We’ve seen plenty of dual-boot OS Shanzhai phones over past months, but not so many tablets. Viewsonic’s ViewPad 10 was a nice introduction to dual-boot tablets, but at US$ 400 it was a bit overpriced. Well there’s finally a dual-boot tablet with the right specs, the right price, and comes straight out of Shenzhen to boot.
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With the release of the Motorola Xoom and Android 3.0 Honeycomb, manufacturers in China are just itching to make Honeycomb tablets of their own. Unfortunately, as the guys over at Android OS Tablets explain, it may be a long wait. In the mean time, manufacturers are still pumping out some pretty awesome Android 2.X tablets like this 10-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab clone.
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Back in December we told you about the 7-inch Wopad tablet that was a glimpse at “The Next Generation” of Shanzhai tablets. Well the guys over at GizChina have brought news of the latest 10-inch Wopad to hit the market.
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The Chinese Company Raynova has burst on to the scene with it’s latest 7-inch tablet the RAY 1. One of the coolest things about the RAY 1 is that Raynova has designed it’s own “Chinese friendly” UI to rival that of the Meizu M9. With a 1Ghz Freescale processor, 512 MB of RAM, and a capacitive touchscreen, the RAY 1 is more than worth it’s ridiculously low price tag.
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This awesome looks like 8-inch tablet was spotted in Shenzhen over the weekend. It’s stocked with a 1.2Ghz Samsung S5PV210 ARM Cortex-A8 processor, 256MB of RAM, and 8GB of on-board storage. Sadly the prototype only got a resistive touchscreen with an 800 x 600 resolution. According to the manufacturer, the production version of this tablet will come with a capacitive screen *fingers crossed*. The tablet also comes with a 1.3 megapixel camera, an HDMI out port, 1080p video playback capabilities, and runs on Google’s Android 2.2 (Froyo) OS. No word on the name of this bad boy yet, but if I had to guess I doubt it’ll be anything unique. Unfortunately no word on the price either, but we’ll let you know as soon as we do.
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We’ve had a couple days now to play with the Ouku Tab, and are happy to say that it surprised us a bit. It hasn’t got too much to brag about in the way of specs, and it only runs on Android 2.1 Eclair, but it’s a pretty decent 7″ tablet considering the price tag.
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Decent low-cost tablets are hard to come by these days, but every once in a while the price meets performance. On our weekly trip to the grey markets we came across the Ouku Tab, and decided to give it a whirl. To be honest it was the price that caught our eye, but after playing with the demo a bit we were convinced of it’s potential. We’ve brought it home, and will have the hands-on review for you in the next couple days!
With all the hype about Android 3.0 this year, it’s no surprise that the Chinese now have their first tablet optimized Honeycomb device coming out soon. From what Andi over at GizChina has found out about this device, which was leaked to him via a worker at the manufacture, it should be the perfect introduction to the next generation of Shanzhai tablets. This is bound to become the new trend, and as an Android lover myself I’m hoping will eventually replace the obsession that is the iTard lifestyle.
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The Chinese have realized that tablets are the way of the future, and looking at way to catch up with the rest of the world. The announcement of the upcoming release of the P07 (Winpad) means that we’ll be seeing our first Chinese tablet running Ubuntu, an alternative OS to Android, iOS, and Windows. GizChina were the first to post the leaked shots, and get us all the specs. Now they’ve got the first hands-on video of this hot new prospect.
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