The E-Noa InterPad is an Android tablet that is to compete with the Apple iPad. But unfortunately it’s priced at a pretty steep price of $518 for the basic version. The E-Noa InterPad packs pretty decent specs including Nvidia’s Tegra 2 high-powered graphics processing system that supports HD video and 3D gaming.
The Interpad has a 10-inch multi-touch display and slightly larger than the iPad. The InterPad is equipped with WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity and it also has those missing on the iPad including USB 2.0 port and HDMI output, for easy connection to external HD display for video playback.
The IntePad is also loaded with a 3,800 mAh battery that provides about 8 to 12 hours of operation, which isn’t impressive while compared with the 10 hours of battery life offered by the iPad. Other goodies on the InterPad include a dual-core 1GHz processor, 16GB of integrated storage, 1GB DDR2 RAM, and microSD card slot for expansion. Unfortunately, it’s chosen the outdated Android 2.1 instead of the latest Android 2.2 Froyo OS and it has no camera, 3G or GPS connectivity. But you can pay extra to get the 3G, camera or GPS to come on board, which would jack the price up to $649.
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