HaiPad introduced two new Android 4.0 tablets
The China-listed tech company, HaiPad is the next manufacturer to join the 2012 Android tablet parade with the introduction of two new slates, called A10A10 and M10M10 that will be shipping with pre-installed Ice Cream Sandwich OS.
Reportedly, the A10A10 packs a Boxchip A10 (Cortex A8) central processing unit with a core frequency of 1.5GHz and a 800-by-480 pixels capacitive 5-point touchscreen display that measures 7-inches in diagonal. The larger M10M10 model is powered by a Vimicro A8 VC882 CPU (again Cortex A8) clocked at 1.3GHz and apparently has a 10.1-inch capacitive (you can also select an optional resistive panel) multitouch-enabled display with a native resolution of 1024-by-600 pixels.
Both tablets house 512MB of internal DDR3 memory and 4GB on-board storage, which is presumably expandable up to 32GB by utilizing the integrated memory card reader slot. In addition, customers are provided with built-in Wireless LAN 802.11 b/g module, Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity (BT available only on the M10M10) and 3G (through an external 3G USB stick) accompanied by a mini-HDMI output for hooking up the tablet to an HD monitor or HDTV, one USB 2.0 port, a 3.5mm headphone jack and a front-facing web camera for video calls.
Other features include up to 6 hours of battery life (both tablets) after a single charge, weight of 600grams (the M10M10) and a gyro sensor. There is still no word on pricing.