It’s one thing to implement Android on pretty much every new MID and tablet out there, but it’s something else to include the word “Windows” in the name of an Android device. Of course, this was done to make the device more appealing and this is the Windows N5 Android PMP we’re talking about. Here’s the strange gizmo:
The device uses Rockchip’s RK2816 chipset, specially customized to support Android applications and we also found out that it comes with a 5 inch display, with 800 x 480 support, hi def videos, but it lacks WiFi. Expect the PMP to cost around $104, for the 8GB model.