Hannspree had three tablet devices to add to the tablet crowd at the recently concluded CES at Las Vegas. The company is targeting both the two most happening segments in the tablet sphere – that of 7 and 10 inch tablet devices.
The 10 inch model on display at the CES ran an earlier version of Android, though Hannspree claims it will be released with Android 3.0 Honeycomb when that version becomes available. One of the most notable aspects of the yet unnamed 10 inch tablet is its resolution, which is quite impressive at 1280 x 800 pixels.
Other salient features of the tablet include an HDMI output, a micro USB port, along with a SIM card slot, and a battery life expected to be in the range of around 10 hours.
The other tablet device that Hannspree too had on display was also a 10 inch model though, the display resolution was down to 1280 x 600 pixels. Nothing much is known of this tablet PC, except that it also currently has Android 2.2 or the latest 2.3 version as its OS and will include 3G as an optional feature.
While the company had a 7 inch model on display, there seems to be some confusion whether or not the smaller sized tablet will ever reach the markets.
More information on these is awaited, but we do know that higher resolution 10 inch Android tablet will be ready for a market launch towards May of this year.
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