It’s Raining Android Tablets

January 10, 2011, By Christian Cawley

CES has been all about the Android tablets this year, with a wide selection of devices previewed ahead of their official launch later in the year.

Android tablets remain popular at CES 2011

One particularly interesting device comes from a company called Espert. Their Identity E301 tablet is a nicely-finished 7 inch device running Android with some features to buy for – namely a 1024 x 600 capacitive touchscreen, mobile digital TV antenna, 3G and an all-metal case, which while not unibody is nevertheless impressive.

The Espert Identity E301 is paired with the slightly lower spec E201 device, which while sharing a 1GHz Samsung Hummingbird processor is closer in look and feel to the Samsung Galaxy.

If you’re still unconvinced that the proliferation of Android tablets could end the iPad’s dominance in what was virtually its own market, the Quanta 7 inch tablet has been drawing a few glances, although its underclocked 1GHz processor and bizarre 800×480 resolution seem more suited to a netbook than a supposedly state of the art tablet.

Meanwhile LG continue to push the Optimus name, this time onto a new dual core Android tablet, and as you’ve no doubt already seen, the Motorola Xoom tablet – which has turned enough heads at the CES to emerge as a competitor to the Samsung Galaxy – is now available to pre-order from Handtec.

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