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Pioneer Computers DreamBook ePad N7

Posted: September 16, 2010 in Pioneer, Tablets
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Pioneer Computers DreamBook ePad N7 | TabletsIn addition of their existing DreamBook ePad 7 Android Tablet, Pioneer is throwing out another new series called DreamBook ePad N7 to the market. Similar to its predecessor, DreamBook ePad N7 is not Full HD yet. It comes with 7-inch WVGA (800 x 480) LCD touchscreen display that support 16 million colors. The tablet PC is powered by NVIDIA Tegra II T20 Dual Core 1.2GHz, 1MB L2 Cache, and a ULP GeForce graphical chipset.

Pioneer Computers DreamBook ePad N7 features 512MB of 1.8V DDR2 667MHz RAM, 4GB internal storage, expandable via MicroSD memory card, Powered by Android 2.1 OS, and 1.3MP camera and 2-cell battery.Pioneer Computers DreamBook ePad N7 features 512MB of 1.8V DDR2 667MHz RAM, 4GB internal storage, expandable via MicroSD memory card, Powered by Android 2.1 OS, and 1.3MP camera and 2-cell battery.Connection-wise, Dreambook ePad N7 has can hook up with the local WiFi Hotspots, or it can go online using SIM card over to the 3G network. Optionally, you can add Bluetooth connection to the device so you can hook up with bluetooth devices.

Pioneer Computers Dreambook ePad N7 Android Tablet is going to cost $499 to own one. (tablets)

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Pioneer Computers ePad 7 | TabletsIt seems the Aussie dwellers is not staying quite letting US and China manufacturers to conquer their tablet market. Recent, Pioneer Computes Australia is also cranking out a new model of Android Tablet called Dreambook ePad 7, which has the iPad look and feel, while provided the similar specs with expandable storage option.

DreamBook ePad 7 Android Tablet has got a nice 7-inch 800 x 480 touchscreen display, 256MB RAM, 2GB SSD built-in, run with Android 1.6 OS and powered by 533MHz processor. The performance itself is probably a child toy compared to iPad and other strong competitors like HP Slate, but DreamBook ePad 7 Android Tablet has been priced at $199 only, which could become a nice consideration when choosing your new tablet device.

DreamBook ePad 7 android tablet has also got a microSD card slot that support up to 32GB, 1.3-MP camera, both music and video player (non-HD yet), WiFi enabled, GPS with optional device, Bluetooth (optional), 3G (optional) and one USB 2.0 port for reading external files.

DreamBook ePad 7 is powered by 2400mAh battery, however we have no idea how long it can work continuously. (tablets)

Here is a quick video of the Pioneer Computers ePad 7 :