Rover Brings 5 Android/Windows CE Tablets Over

Posted: Jul 6 2010, 12:35pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 12:15am CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

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Russia-based Rover Computers has just announced five new tablet computers. SlashGear reports that these RoverPads will run from 5"-7" in display size. At least one tablet, the RoverPad TegA W70, will sport Nvidia's Tegra chip.

The assorted slates run different versions of Android, going from 1.5 to 2.1. The RoverPad Go G50 has a 5" touchscreen, Marvell PXA303 CPU and 128 MB of RAM, plus 2 GB of space and Android 1.5. Add in WiFi, GPS, 3G and a microSD slot for a tight budget tablet.

If you'd like to size up a bit, the RoverPad Go G72 is a 7" version of the G50 with Android 1.6, Bluetooth, ethernet and (optional) GPS. You can also go with the 3WG70 for a RockChip 2808 processor with 128 MB of RAM and 2 GB of flash. The OS is 1.5 and there is microSD, WiFi, webcam and USB support. It should hit under $321.

The RoverPad Air G70 runs Windows CE and has a 667 MHz Samsung ARM11 CPU and 256 MB of RAM. It has a 4 GB flash drive, 7" touchscreen and optional WiFi/3G. There's also an FM transmitter, 3 MP camera and TV-out.

The RoverPad TegA W70 rounds out the high end of the group. It has HDMI-out, WiFi, 3G, a 4 GB flash drive, Android 2.1 and 512 MB of RAM. Add in a 7" capacitive touchscreen and a webcam and you've got a mighty little tablet.

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