The Andy Pad: A New “Avant-Garde” Android Tablet
Touchable technology, unveiling soon – the Andy Pad. The Andy Pad is a new avant-garde tablet running the most recent open source Android OS. Apparently, its features will “bring world of mobile technology to a new level” and it promises to rock the Android world. If you are a casual techie, a game aficionado or even a business-minded person, then apparently, this could be a good fit for you.
Currently, the Andy Pad is counting down the days of its debut which is at less than 80 days. In fact, they do have a countdown timer posted on their website. Once it has been launched, it can be had, apparently, for as low as £200! The company believes that the bottom end of the tablet market has a lot of devices that compromise on quality so they can be sold for a cheaper prices. The Andy Pad may not necessarily be considered the most advanced tablet out there – especially compared to the recent slew of high-end tablets like the Asus Eee Pad Transformer, the new Galaxy Tab 10.1 or the Motorola Xoom, but they assure us that it still going to be one classy tablet.
As of the moment, we only have limited details about its specs. However, we do know that it will have a 7-inch display, the latest open source Android OS (Gingerbread), micro-USB, an HDMI port, and a mini-SD card slot. Time will tell what the specs really are, and will likely be revealed soon.
The Andy Pad has explicitly pointed out that this tablet is designed for the younger generation, apparently those of the “young professional” variety. You might be wondering how the makers of the Andy Pad plan to sell their device for a competitive price despite having an excellent feature set. Apparently accomplishing technically demanding tasks like 1080p video and 3D gaming are imposing feats, but not impossible to do on a budget tablet. Anyway, the bad news is we aren’t certain if it will be available in the US since Andy Pad is UK-based.
Interested? Let us know your thoughts. How low can the prices go?
Source: Android Community