Cherrypal CherryPad Android Tablet Unveiled; Costs $188

October 8, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Cherrypal has introduced the CherryPad Android tablet which has been designed for the sub-iPad market. The device, which comes with a price tag of $188, is available now.

The CherryPad, which is said by the company to be neither an iPad killer nor an iPad clone, runs Android 2.1 (with an Android 2.2 promised by the company) and is equipped with a 7-inch resistive touchscreen with a resolution of 800×480.

The tablet comes with an accelerometer and an 800MHz Samsung ARM11 processor that is claimed by the company to be good enough for 3D acceleration. The device will also have 256MB of RAM, 2GB of Flash storage and a microSD card slot, along with WiFi b/g and a USB port into which you can plug a 3G modem for mobile broadband access.

The CherryPad will also come with a 3,200mAh battery and will feature a 3.5mm headphone jack, speakers as well as a microphone.

The CherryPad will have full access to the Android Market at launch. It costs less than half the price of the iPad and nearly one-fifth the price of the off contract Samsung Galaxy Tab. So, have you decided to get one for yourself?

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