And here’s yet another Android tablet from China, this one with a very original name: Superb SuperPad VI. SuperPad is usually an iPad clone, but now in this version it gets… an updated interface. This is the sixth iteration of the series of tablets from the SuperPad series, but don’t expect anything special this time…

The device comes with a 1GHz VC882 Cortex A8 CPU, a 10.1 inch display with a 1024 x 600 pixel resolution, 512MB of RAM and 4GB of built in memory. Other feats include two USB ports, HDMI output, an external GPS antenna port and dual speakers. What’s different from the previous models is actually the OS, that’s now Android 2.3 Gingerbread and not Froyo or Eclair.

Of course the price matches the inferior specs, so you’re going to spend under $150 for this contraption. Is it really worth it to launch a cheap device that has the same specs of its predecessor and a new Android?! Just saying…

  • P_anderson2008

    I ordered this for my grandson for Christmas.  Within the first few days the power cord broke and I have been unable to find another one to order to replace it.  I would not recommend this machine.

  • iya

    Amigo, mi recomendacion es que compres un adaptador inteligente, a mi me paso igual y fui a una tienda de electricos y ahi lo compre muy barato. eso es Todo.

  • Kgodbold0873

    how many inches is this?

  • rose davenport

    tablet is under a year old and won’t come on