We are always looking to compare our new gadgets to their competition and determine a winner. Netbook News decided to run a Quadrant benchmark on the Malata A1101 to see how it compared to other superlative devices such as Sprint’s EVO 4G and Verizon’s Droid X. With each device running Android 2.2 the A1101 dusted its competition and truly revealed why Tegra 2 processing has its advantages.
The A1101 can include up to 1GB of RAM, a 32GB hard drive, and last 8 hours watching 1080p video. With specs comparable to that of an iPad you can expect the price-tag to relate as well. This device retails for $500 distributed by Japanese company Mouse Computer and German business E-Noa.