IFA 2010 was a tablet fan’s delight, it seems, as there were dozens of models to check out and play with. Among them there was also the E-NOA Interpad, a slate that’s pictured below and runs Android 2.2. We’re dealing with a 10 inch unit with a custom skin coming to cover up the Android and optional 3G/UMTS, but without support for cellular calls.
Here’s a short specs list for the device:
CPU: Tegra 2
Connectivity: 3G, UMTS, WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1
Battery: 3500 mAh, 8-12 hours of battery life
Other features: 1080p playback, MPEG2, H.264 and VC-1 codecs
Rumors say that that the WiFi only version will retail for $515, while the 3G one is a mystery for now.