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Cherrypal Pops Its Android Tablet Cherry

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Written by Shane McGlaun | October 8, 2010

The tablet market reminds me of Horshack with everyone and their dog throwing up their hands, laden with tablet running Android and screaming, “Ooh! Ooh! Me! Me!” The latest “me too” tablet to land on the market is the CherryPad that runs Android 2.1 with a 2.2 upgrade coming in Q4 2010.

The little tablet has a 7-inch resistive touch screen with a screen resolution of 800 x 480. The tablet has an integrated gravity-sensor and 256MB of DDR2 RAM. Other features include 2GB of flash storage, a microSD card reader, and integrated WiFi. A 3G external modem will be an option for the tablet.

Power comes from a 3200mAh battery good for 6-8 hours of use per charge and the CPU is an ARM11 running at 800MHz. The little tablet is in an aluminum enclosure and weighs 1.1 pounds. Perhaps the best thing about the CherryPad is the price. It sells for a very reasonable $188(USD). You can order the CherryPad here.