Expect Android tablet news to flow like water as IFA 2010 gets into gear, so let's start things off with a bang. According to German site Areamobile.de, Chinese manufacturer Hannspree will be introducing a nice, high spec piece of kit that sets a very high bar for others to follow:
- 10.1 inch 1024x600 display
- 14 mm thick
- 1 GHz dual core Nvidia Tegra 2 system on chip
- 16 GB internal memory
- HDMI output @ 1080p
- Accelerometer and ambient light sensor
- Wifi and Bluetooth
- Android 2.2
Pick your chin up, and keep an eye out for more news about this one and more from IFA 2010, Dieter's there on the ground, and as long as there's not a beer tent he'll keep us informed. [Areamobile.de] Thanks GaMMeLHaNsy!
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