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AndyPad and AndyPad Pro. The standard AndyPad will land for £129 and the AndyPad Pro is pegged at £169. Both of those prices include shipping. We already know the hardware details on the Android tablets with each getting Rock Chip 1.2Ghz processors, 512MB of RAM, and mini HDMI outputs along with microUSB and 3.5mm headphone ports.
AndyPad budget Android tablet has announced that there will be a second version of the low-cost slate, targeted at enthusiasts and early-adopters. The AndyPad Pro will have a capacitive touchscreen - rather than the £129 AndyPad's resistive panel - as well as both front and rear cameras. The original AndyPad will have 512MB of RAM, it's been concerned, after negative feedback over the original plans to use just 256MB. Worldwide availability - alongside the UK launch - is also intended. The company is still yet to confirm screen details, nor to show a full image of the device. That, they tell Android Community, is to give them some redesign wiggle-room between now and launch. Pricing for the AndyPad Pro will be similar to the £129 AndyPad, though obviously carry a premium. [gallery id="38473"]
AndyPad bargain Android tablet has been further detailed, and it looks set to be a better deal than previously expected. Tipped at "under £200" ($324) by UK company AndyPad, in fact the 7-inch slate will be just £129 ($209). That gets you a 1.2GHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor, WiFi connectivity and Android 2.3 Gingerbread (rather than Honeycomb). It'll come preloaded with Facebook, Twitter and various games and other apps, along with 1080p HD output through a standard HDMI port. Other connectivity includes microUSB and a microSD card slot. Launch is expected in 75 days, according to the company, which puts it about two and a half months out. [gallery]