Hanvon to unveil new Android e-reader at CeBIT

The Chinese ereader maker Hanvon will be exhibiting at CeBIT this year. One device they'll have on hand will be the HPad A112.

This is a 7" (800x600) Android tablet running Android 2.2-powered device. The HPad A112 has a 720 MHz ARM11 CPU, 2GB Flash storage, a microSD card slot, WiFi, Bluetooth, optional GPS and 3G, a rear-facing 3MP camera, USB, and HDMI out. It also has a 3300 mAh battery, with a projected runtime of  8 hours of reading.

The HPad A112 is set to sell for about €399, and should be out in the second half of 2011.

2 thoughts on “Hanvon to unveil new Android e-reader at CeBIT

  1. 399$…is this serious?
    Seriously look, you can buy a tablet and an LCD ereader for the same price ex. ARCHOS 101 internet tablet (10″) + archos 70b eReader.

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