Demoed at IFA 2009, the Enso zenPad tablet can be considered a tinier iPad rival, with a screen diagonal of only 5 inches and Android OS on board. Its starting price is $155 (for the 8GB) version and the specs list of this device is quite decent. Worldwide shipping costs only $25, in case you’re wondering.
The zenPad measures 14.8mm in thickness, it weighs 185 grams and its screen uses LED backlight, plus it’s glossy and resistive. We’re talking about a 5 inch touchscreen with a 800 x 480 pixel resolution and supporting both finger and stylus input.
Enso’s tablet comes with an included stylus and the device’s specs list also mentions 256MB RAM, an onboard embedded 1GB flash drive, an 8GB microSD card bundled with the product, a digital compass, GPS, 2000 mAh battery and a Samsung 6410 533/667 MHz processor.
Google Android Market is also supported on this unit and we learn that it comes with a 3.5mm audio jack, a microSD card slot, WiFi, UMTS/HSDPA/EVDO, plus support for many types of videos and images.