While there are only a handful of Android powered tablets available in the US, it seems like every day a new one hits the streets in China. One of hte latest is the Phecda P7, a 7 inch tablet with an 800 x 480 pixel display, a 650MHz ARM11-based CPU, and Google Android 2.1. In a few months, an Android 2.2 Froyo update should also be available.

The tablet features 256MB of RAM, 4GB of flash-based storage, an SD card slot, 2 USB ports, and an HDMI output. The battery is just 1300mAh, but that’s reportedly enough to power the tablet for about 4 hours.

I doubt we’ll see this model outside of China anytime soon, but if you happen to be in China, it looks like a pretty good buy at about $220. Phecda has also put out a number of low cost netbooks and laptops over the past few years — and I have yet to see one of them go on sale outside of China.

via Pocketables

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