Cherrypal, Low-cost computer maker, now enter in the tablet market. Today Cherrypal has announced its first mainstream product, CherryPad 7-Inch tablet with price of $188. The CherryPad is an affordable, powerful, high quality, and low energy-consuming tablet computer with the ability to run the Android 2.1 operating system.
Considering the need of consumers, who seek a lower cost, more compact tablet PC with the ability to run Android, CherryPad has been designed. CherryPad America, a $188 tablet has 7-inch resistive touchscreen, 2GB of flash storage, a microSD card slot for expansion, built-in WiFi, and a 3200 mah battery that gives six to eight hours of use. Current Android tablets have complexity to reach this battery runtimes. It is powered by the fast Samsung ARM11 processor (CPU + GPU + DSP, OpenGL 2.0) 800 MHz processor.
The CherryPad has full access to the Android Market at launch and contains some decent hardware including 256MB of RAM, 2GB on-board NAND Flash, USB 2.0, 3.5mm headphone jack, speakers, microphone and a microSD card. It includes DC port, optional external 3G modem.
The device weighs just 1.1 pounds and it is housed in a sturdy aluminum case. CherryPad America is actually available right now through a partnership with online retailer Zecozi. People was worried, this is not an iPad killer. But according to the press release, these tablets will not even competing against the iPad, but instead the “sub-iPad market.” CherryPad America is available on the Zecozi website from today.
Seybold said, “The CherryPad is neither an iPad killer nor an iPad clone, it’s a completely different product designed for a different market.”
About Cherrypal Corporation:
Cherrypal is a manufacturer of high-quality, energy-efficient and low-cost computers with worldwide sales operations in Palo Alto, California. The products of Cherrypal’s are designed in Palo Alto, California and contrived in Asia.
CherryPad America by Cherrypal – 7″ tablet computer, Android 2.1, OpenGL 2.0. 3D games video from youtube: