Git Media might not be a name you’ve heard much in the world of Android but they look to be changing that with the announcement of two new Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablets. The Git Surge and the Git Pro. Both of these tablets feature impressive and standard Honeycomb tablet specs and both offer dual-core performance, the difference here is they come with a 250GB hard drive for extended storage capacity yet stay relatively cheap and are just $479 — More details below.

The Git “Surge” will run on the NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core 1.0 Ghz processor and the “Pro” will be powered by the Samsung Exynos processor found in the Galaxy S II. Are they saying the Samsung version is better since it’s the Pro and the NVIDIA model isn’t? Just a thought. The spec rundown on both devices is identical other than the color and processor so I’ll hit that all in one run.

-10.1-inch 16:9 touchscreen (1280X768)
-Android OS 3.0 (Honeycomb)
-250GB internal HDD
-5MP rear camera, 2MP front-facing camera
-Wifi, GPS, Bluetooth, optional 3G
-Built-In Speakers and Microphone
-3.5mm headphone jack
-USB Port, Micro SD, and Mini USB Port

Sadly I don’t notice anything regarding HDMI-out, a feature I’m sure most users would like to take advantage of especially with those powerful dual-core processors capable of full 1080p media playback and more. These tablets have mighty impressive specs, along with a 250GB hard drive for all the storage one would ever need yet they cost the same price as many current Honeycomb tablets available today — $479 and will come with a free leather case.

The Git Surge and Pro might be a bit thicker and heavier than say the Galaxy Tab 10, and come in around a half inch thick and 22oz. (1.3 lbs) they sure offer a great overall package at an exceptional price. I’m looking forward to hearing more about both of these tablets. They are available for pre-order at the source link below and come with a few free goodies and a 3-year warranty.

Update: Order with caution as we’ve never heard of these guys and the about me page sure looks interesting with zero info. We are reaching out and will report back shortly

[via GitCorp]