Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Kpad 720 7-Inch Android Tablet from China

Kpad 720 is a 7-inch tablet powered by Google Android 2.3 from China. I spotted this machine recently in a whole seller website with a teasing features similar to what we can get from Samsung Galaxy and other slates in the market. This device is manufactured by unknown company somewhere in Shenzhen Province and we are not actually aware of its original name but the model number appeared at the back portion remind us of those other handheld computers coming from the same Asian manufacturer.

Kpad 720 7-Inch Android Tablet

According to our source, it is powered by 1GHz Cortex A8 processor with 512MB DDR3 of RAM. It has a multi-touch panel just like of other typical tablets. Other feature includes the following:
  • Storage: 40GB, with expandable MicroSD slot (probably, not a solid state drive)
  • Camera: 2-megapixel (front only)
  • Display: 800 x 400-pixels
  • Connectivity: 802.11 a/b/g Wi-Fi (with no Bluetooth support)
  • Output: HDMI and standard audio jack
Specs of Kpad 720 is not actually good for those folks who are not aware of its brands. It is better to rely in Samsung, Apple, Archos, or other names tested by consumers around the world. The overall performance of this machine cannot be determined through a simple glimpse on its look but try to ask those folks who already handed a piece of this gadget coming from unknown manufacturer.

We are following Kpad 720 for almost three months already but we failed to catch it in our local stores. Wholesale prices is not actually available in our source and it remains negotiable for those who would like to place their pre-order online.

And before we can forget, Kpad 720 supports a variety of languages aside from a typical Mandarin used on its original settings. It is also designed to make use of Android Market for those available apps that will work on its environment.



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