Pioneer Computers bringing a new Android tablet to Australia

A few days ago Pioneer Computers (not the electronics giant) posted the first details on their new Android tablet. The DreamBook ePad H10 HD is based on a 10 (1280x800) capacitive touchscreen, and it's running v3.0 Honeycomb on a Tegra 2 CPU. It has 3G, Wifi, Bluetooth, 2 cameras (2mp and 5MP), speakers, microphone, and all the other specs you'd expect on a high end tablet. It's supposed to ship sometime in mid April, but that doesn't sound firm. The price is lsited as $699 AUD.

This reminds me of another tablet, but I can't recall which. Does anyone recognize it?


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3 Comments on Pioneer Computers bringing a new Android tablet to Australia

  1. there is a price on their website

    System Total: $699 RRP (Inc-GST)

  2. curiosity killed the.. // 22 March, 2011 at 10:07 am // Reply

    the other tablet with nearly exact specs is the new toshiba tablet which is rumored to be closer to $450-500 when it comes out in april or may
    ive got high hopes for that one could be the honeycomb ipad2 killer we’ve been waiting for.

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