Update: Chippy from UMPCPortal has benchmarked this tablet. It gets a whopping 1550 score with Quadrant beating everything else out there save the Toshiba with the same hardware.
If you’re outside Germany this probably won’t excite you but E-Noa’s Germany only official promo for this tablet earlier this week and heard that it will be priced at 399 euros for the base model and euros for the 3G, GPS enabled model.10-inch Android, Tegra 2 tablet, or a rebranded Matala A1011 has debuted at IFA 2010. We saw the
By the looks of it, nothing seems to stand out on this tablet. So what do we have here? A 10.1″ 1024 x 600 capacitive touch screen, Android 2.2, Tegra 2, accelerometer and for ports – a volume rocker, mini USB, mini HDMI, headphone and SD card reader. Of course optional 3G and GPS. Not sure about the Marketplace or Google apps.
Here’s our hands on video:
Then, nDevil’s hands on: