May 3, 2010 | by Chris Smith
With so many prototypes and mock up tablets thrown around in anticipation to enter the tablet market it is sometimes hard to pull some out that will be of any interest. Especially with so many of them dropping off the face of the earth lately. But, this one surely caught the attention of the tech sites today; the Aigo N700 (no, not a Nokia tablet) which according to Engadget, is actually a Compal NAZ-10, the same company that is proposed to build the Android tablet for Asus.
The Aigo N700 will sport an ARM 1Ghz processor, 512MB RAM, 7-inch 800 x 480 multi-touch screen, 16/32/64GB of built in storage, HDMI out, USB, Wifi, optional 3G, audio in and out, Android 2.1 OS, a huge battery that claims up to 16 hours of HD video playback, and no final word on price (some are saying around $300).
Android fanboys/fangirls. This may just be your next (first) tablet. If this device actually makes it to market it will be the Android tablet to beat. Check out the video below for a little demonstration and let us know what you think in the comments section. If this thing is for real, do you see yourself getting one?