The Hannspree Tablet At CES 2011

Posted: Jan 13 2011, 4:13pm CST | by , in Rumors | CES

The Hannspree Tablet at CES 2011
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It handles Flash like a champ.

Tablets were everywhere at CES. I couldn't even go to lunch at the famous Piero's without running into one. Hannspree- a giant worldwide consumer electronics maker had their new Tegra 2 slate on display. It ran Android 2.2 and packed a 10.1" display. The rep claimed it had a ten hour working battery life (on WiFi) and full Flash compatibility.

I decided to test that out with a video from my other site of employment, As you can see below, it didn't have any issues.

This thing will probably launch within the quarter, definitely before 2H2011. It has 16 GB of storage on-board and supports microSD. No word on a US price yet, but we can expect the Hannspree tablet to be priced "competitively" with the iPad.

Which, by the way, is exactly what the Hannspree tablet felt like. If you want the look and feel of an iPad in your hands, with a slightly larger display and Android 2.2 (plus a decent custom UI) this is a good product to keep in mind. The CES demo didn't blow me away, but from everything I can see Hannspree has a solid entrant to the tablet market on their hands.

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