At the upcoming IFA in Berlin, several Android tablets are expected to be revealed. Also Hannspree, a global company, announced another Android tablet, right some days before the opening of one of the biggest consumer electronics events. This is what the Hannspree Tablet will look like:

And this is on the inside of the Hannspree tablet:

Specs  Hannspree Android tablet
Processor ARM A9 Cortex Dual Core 1Ghz / Nvidia Tegra 2
RAM ???
Screen 10,1-Inch / capacitive / multitouch / LED backlight / 1024×600 / 16:9
Storage 16GB built-in Flash memory / micro SD card
A/V Input build-in microphone
A/V Output Mini HDMI out / 1 Watt loudspeaker / headphones /
Network Wifi 802.11 b/g/n / Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
Connectors Mini USB / Mini HDMI / 3.5mm audio jack (headphones)
Sensors G-Sensor / Ambient Light Sensor
Battery 3500mAh Lithium-Polymer / 8 hrs battery life
Extras Android 2.2 (Flash 10.1) / 1080p HD Video / micro SD slot / Android market support / customized home screen / 2 years warranty
Size and Weight 260 x 171 x 13,9mm (L x B x H) / 790 gram
Price Range 399.- € (around 500$)
Distributor Hannspree

 

Hannspree, a company I never heard of, announced that they will start to sell their tablet in November 2010 through electronic distributors in Germany. No word was said about possible sales in other countries.

While the specs look pretty good on a first sight, I would like to see that thing in action before being willing to pay 500$. Somehow it looks like one of these tablets a OEM producer in Taiwan or China builds. I just don’t know which one, maybe one of you readers has seen it somewhere around? Or somebody can take a closer look at it if it is on display at the IFA…

Two things are pretty cool about it: It has a two years warranty and it should have full Android Market access, as the company promises in the press announcment. But don’t get too enthusiastic about that… Many apps, especially games, are not ready for huge tablet displays yet. For the tablet market, a huge developing effort in apps and in the Android core will be necessary. So I wonder why there is no Android 3.0 around. Maybe Google CEO Eric Schmidt will know more when he delivers the closing speech at the IFA…