Smart Devices Ten shows up in Taipei (video)

Nicole of NetbookNews got her hands on Smart Devices' newest 9.7" Android tablet, the Ten. As you can see from the video, it's a rather basic looking tablet.

I've actually seen some details on this before, so I wasn't surprised to learn that it's running on a RockChip CPU and has a 9.7" (1024x768 resolution), g-sensor, ambient light sensor, Wifi/Bluetooth, GPS, and optional 3G. It's running Android v2.2. Nicole also confirmed that it is indeed using a piezoelectric touchscreen, just like Smart Devices reported back in February.

The touch screen tech on the Ten enables multi-touch with bot fingertip and a stylus, and that should open up some interesting possibilities.

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2 Comments on Smart Devices Ten shows up in Taipei (video)

  1. Actually, this is the SmartQ Ten, not the R10. The R10 has an ARM11 processor, a resistive touchscreen, and runs Android 2.1.

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