Friday, April 10, 2020

Meet ePad H10 HD Honeycomb Tablet From Pioneer Computers

Pioneer computers is a major laptop maker in Australia that designs and makes a whole line of Android tablets. They recently have launched ePad H10 HD as their first tablet which runs on Honeycomb. But don’t mix it with Pioneer who is maker of quality audio devices.

The Pioneer ePad H10 HD Honeycomb Tablet

Honeycomb tablet ships with Honeycomb and comes with the following specs:

-Tegra II 120; it’s what’s in many upcoming Honeycomb tablets

-A gig of RAM

-Capacitive screen of 10.1″ 1280×800

-5 and 2 megapixels dual cameras

-16-64GB SSD

-GPS and 3G

Above all are precisely the Xoom and Galaxy Tab 10.1 specs. One may ask why to choose them over this Honeycomb tablet? The answer is that, they’re most likely built and designed better and return policy is better due to new device launched by a big company. But in fact there is not much difference you can find and at 760g and 12mm thick, it’s not like it’s that chubby either.

Currently it cost $700 (Australian) so if you are looking for an “off-brand” Android tablet, you will have to wait for a couple of months as these are expected to be shipped in April 2011. The price will go down too and there will be a hot dozen to choose from.

 

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