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    Post Android 2.2 iPad Alternatives

    Just released in SZ (China). New iPad clones run Android 2.2 / Windows 7 with "decent" hardware equal to iPad, supporting Flash 10.1 and multitasking.

    8" Android 2.2 aPad - 1GHz Cortex A8 Processor - 512MB DDR2

    10.1" Windows 7 ePad - 1.66GHz Atom N455 - 2GB DDR3 - 32GB SSD

    Any reviews, discussion on those? I have laid my money down and waiting for the courier to show up. Been burnt before and not holding my breath, but as an ebook reader and wifi surfer?
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    I'd be wary about any so called Android tablets at the moment, considering that even Google have said that Android in it's current form isn't even remotely suitable for tablets. Wait until 3.0....

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    Android certainly isn't suitable if you plan on using a proxy server for internet!

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    Did you receive it in the end?

    Looks like one of the more quality Tablets available. Still has resistive screen tho

    Quote Originally Posted by RadiantBurrito View Post
    Just released in SZ (China). New iPad clones run Android 2.2 / Windows 7 with "decent" hardware equal to iPad, supporting Flash 10.1 and multitasking.

    8" Android 2.2 aPad - 1GHz Cortex A8 Processor - 512MB DDR2

    10.1" Windows 7 ePad - 1.66GHz Atom N455 - 2GB DDR3 - 32GB SSD

    Any reviews, discussion on those? I have laid my money down and waiting for the courier to show up. Been burnt before and not holding my breath, but as an ebook reader and wifi surfer?

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