Malata A1011 Tablet to launch as “InterPad”

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27 Jul, 2010 6:12 pm

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We took a look at the Tegra 2-powered Malata A1011 at Computex earlier this year, and although it wasn’t perfect, it was certainly one of the better models out there.  Now the A1011 has been picked up by German outfit E-Noa, and is due to be released to the tablet-hungry public around Christmas.

The A1011 (or Interpad I suppose we should call it now) is powered by a dual-core Tegra 2 chip, sports 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, which is naturally upgradable via MicroSD.  It also sports the usual raft of connectivity options – WiFi b/g (no ‘n’ here I’m afraid), Bluetooth, USB and HDMI – and a 3,900mAh battery that’s said to be good for 8-12 hours.  It’s got Android 2.1 on board, although what version it will have when it makes it to market is anybodi

All of this can be yours for €399 – although reportedly there is a higher-spec model in the pipeline that will rock Android 2.2, GPS, 3G and a camera that will go for for €500.

We’re hoping and praying Google can get Android tablet support locked down before this hits – another promising Android tablet cut down before it’s prime due to lack of Android Market support would almost be too much for our little hearts to take.

Source: InterPad (machine translation) via Engadget


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