Mar 22 2010

The Everyman’s Android MID: The Enso zenPad

This is one of the better looking concepts for an Android tablet, but its not so much a concept as an actual selling product.  Yes, this cute little Android machine has been released at the exceptionally low price of $155.  Read that again: $155.  Seriously, their site was shut down because of the overflow of orders.  Here are the specifications:

  • 5” LED Glossy 800×480 resolution
  • Resistive touchscreen with stylus
  • Samsung  6410 533/667 MHz Processor
  • 256 MB DDR RAM
  • 1 GB on board flash w/ included 8 GB microSD
  • Android 1.6
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n
  • GSM/EVDO support
  • 6 Hour Battery on Wi-Fi

Is it the best specced tablet in the market? Of course not, but with a 5” screen it is only competing with Dell Mini 5 (or now the Streak) and other MID/PMPs like the iPod Touch and Zune HD. There is an optional GPS for $25 and the GSM is an additional $35.  At a total of $210, it is still very competitively priced.

Via Engadget

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