Enso zenPad Android 1.6 touchscreen MID to arrive in a month’s time; prices to start at $155

March 25, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Enso is working towards unveiling a new touchscreen MID that would run Android 1.6. Expected to be released in a months’ time, the new device, which Enso calls the zenPad, would come across as a 5-inch WVGA touchscreen unit.

Clearly a redone version of its earlier the SMiT MID-560, the device would come sporting features such as WiFi a/b/g/n, support for an external 3G modem, and 1GB of onboard storage.

Enso is also incorporating a microSD card slot, inclusive of an 8GB card and support up to 32GB . Other features like a microUSB port, a 3.5mm headphone socket and an optional GPS receiver are included. From what we learn, the zenPad, apart from the wide range of features, would come boasting of a battery life that would extend up to 6 long hours of web browsing. The 000mAh battery set under the hood would aid this function. Being an Android device, users will also be able to access the Android Market to a large extent.

All of 5.2 x 3.4 x 0.6 inches in size, the device would fit your pocket with ease. We have been introduced to a slew of Android-based mini-tablets and MIDs that never arrived or were not very commercially viable. However, as far as we can see it, this one from Enso looks cool with a $155 price tag for the 8GB unit. An additional $25 may have to be shelled out as shipping cost. One month is not an extended waiting period, and that makes us wait with high expectations.

(Via Slashgear)

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