Another unfinished tablet that we were able to get our hands on at IFA-2010, was the Interpad by E-Noa. This 10 inch slate had Android 2.2 installed, and E-Noa said that there is a custom skin in the works to go on top of it. They are keeping the lid tight on the details of the skin, until it is ready for prime time.
The tablet will have optional 3G/UMTS but will not be able to make cellular calls. The only thing available would be cellular data access. A Tegra 2 chip keeps this thing running smoothly and we did not have any Wi-Fi access (b/g/n) to the device, so could not put the browser to the test. Among the Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 is incorporated, and E-Noa is claiming the battery life is around 8-12hrs from the 3,500mAh pack.
1080p playback can occur, with MPEG2, H.264 and VC-1 codecs, among others. It is hard to give our true full opinions, without the tablet being completely finished. When put up against the Toshiba Folio 100 we are not sure we would pick this one over the name brand. The Wi-Fi only version is said to come in around€399 ($515) and will have plenty of competition, with all the current announcements of Android tablets coming lately.