Hanvon is a Chinese tablet maker, working on the TouchPad B10 model right now, that will reach the market at the end of May, at least in China. Europeans will get this tablet in June, but the US release date is yet unknown. The device features a 1.3 GHz Celeron processor, with ultra-low voltage and you should expect this unit to hit your stores for $926, in Europe.

Meanwhile, Hanvon is also working on another tablet, the TouchPad F10, recently teased by the company and featuring a 1.6 GHz Atom CPU, plus an electromagnetic touchscreen paired with a stylus. This device should be available in July, with a much lower price than the B10 and it’ll be followed by a capacitive multitouch version.

[via electronista]