CeBIT 2010: HiVision Makes $100 Android Tablet

Posted: Mar 2 2010, 11:22am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:48pm CDT, in News | CeBIT

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And I thought no one would beat the $120 iLet Mini. Phandroid reports that HiVision has managed to create an even less expensive tablet, and they've brought it to CeBIT 2010. The SpeedPad is a 7” Android tablet that is supposed to cost “under $100”, which likely means $99.99.

HiVision was good enough to provide us with a detailed list of specs. This baby has a Samsung 6410 800 MHz ARM 11 processor. It has 2 GB of storage space, 256 MB of RAM, b/g WiFi, support for external 3G, Bluetooth and GPS via a USB dongle. This minimalist tablet has a camera and camcorder, and a working battery life of 6 hours. It looks pretty, too.

This could be a winner.

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