Ainol Honeycomb tablet gets pictured

March 25, 2011
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Having taunted us with specifications for its upcoming Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet, Ainol has now turned to photos to build pre-launch hype. The trio of shots show a reasonably chunky, though also nicely distinctive slate, which is said to have WiFi and 3G along with a 1280 x 800 IPS capacitive touchscreen display and SoChip Cortex-A9 processor.

Ports include HDMI and a microSD card slot, along with a headphones jack, and there's at least a front-facing camera for video calls. We can also make out a kick-stand, useful for standing the tablet up for video playback; given Ainol is better known for its PMPs, it's not too surprising that they saw fit to add that in.

Curiously, despite Honeycomb having on-screen controls, the Ainol tablet has physical keys for home, menu, back and search. Still no word on when exactly we can expect to see the unnamed slate hit shelves.

[via MP4Nation]


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  • http://webnote.com.ua/ Webnote

    Ahhaha, On-Off button in that place is stupid.

    • http://androidcommunity.com/ Chris Burns

      are you sure that’s more important than the fact that its named after a butt?

      • http://twitter.com/jaffamonkey Paul Littlebury

        I am still giggling like a schoolboy :) No wonder the tablet is so cheap now – who wants to announce they have a Ainol pad? sounds like medication!

  • Anonymous

    Poor button placement.

    • http://androidcommunity.com/ Chris Burns

      poor butt placement

      • Anonymous

        True. The only thing they need to move is the power button and everything would be better.

      • Anonymous

        True. The only thing they need to move is the power button and everything would be better.

      • http://androidcommunity.com/ Chris Burns

        and the name of the tablet, which is the hole of a butt

  • http://androidcommunity.com/ Chris Burns

    It’s a butt? It’s the butt of a butt.

  • http://www.myvouchercodes.co.uk online shopping uk

    Interesting. Heaps of companies have nice little products which if they actually bothered to market and iconise in a significant way might gain traction. Instead they just release release release and their products (some good, some bad) end up as history.