Andy Pad

AndyPad super-cheap Android tablet priced at £129

The 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]

Andy Pad Offers Cheaper Gingerbread Tablet to a Younger Generation

UK manufacturer Andy Pad has released some details about their namesake tablet, set to launch in less than 80 days by their site. At only £200 (around $325 at the moment), Andy Pad is attempting to fill a market gap its seen. From the sounds of the company's website and a quote given to Newswire, Andy Pad believes the lower end tablet market has many devices which have sacrificed quality to sell for the price they do. The Andy Pad then, while it may not be as feature rich or powerful as tablets like the Xoom or Galaxy Tab 10.1, sounds like it will still be a quality device.