The Chinese manufacturer ONN has ensured the number of tablets in the 7 inch category increases by one more with their tablet PC – the Opad N3 being the latest entrant to the list. And almost quite predictably, the Opad runs the Android operating system.
The tablet is also a step ahead of the N2, ONN’s earlier attempt at a tablet device so that the N3 now includes a 7 inch capacitive display and not the resisitive display that the N2 came with. This ensures enhanced response times while a 1GHz Rockchip RK2818 ARM-based processor ensures blazing performance.
The tablet is also able to connect to the Internet via either Wi-Fi or EVDO 3G mobile broadband connectivity and includes a SIM card slot. The tablet has a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels.
However, while the little that we know of the Opad N3 is impressive for sure, the big question is will it ever make to the world scene?
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