The Cherry Pad Tablet runs Android 2.1, sports a 7-inch resistive touchscreen display and Wi-Fi and prices just $188.You don’t get a camera or video output, or Flash. If you’re enthusiastic about taking pictures with your tablet or video chatting, you’re better off with devices such as the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
Cherry Pad Tablet Price: $188
Cherry Pad Tablet Review:
The Cherry Pad Tablet falls down a bit where Cherrypal decided to cut corners from a cost view. The device needs another 256MB of RAM (for 512MB total) including a higher quality touch screen (perhaps a 1GHz CPU? ) and that would have probably forced its value to the $250 mark or higher probably. Nevertheless, for better overall experience and usability, and heck, toss in a web cam while we’re at it, we’d offer that most might happily pay off the upcharge.
Cherry Pad Tablet Specs:
|Operating System||Android 2.1|
|Processor||Telechips ARM11 800 MHz|
|Memory||256 MB DDR2|
|Storage||2 GB NAND Flash (plus 16 GB through Micro SD card|
|Connectivity||3G, Bluetooth 2.0, 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi|
|Display||7-inch resistive touch screen|
|Dimensions||7.9 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches|
|Battery||3200 MAh rechargable lithium-polymer battery|
The Cherry Pad Tablet is neither an iPad killer nor an iPad duplicate, it’s a totally different product created for an alternative market.