Elonex is best known for pumping out dirt cheap netbooks and tablets in the UK> So it should come as no surprise that the company has a few Apple iPad-like devices to show you… which will sell for between £99 and £159 in the UK.

The Elonex eTouch tablets will have screen sizes ranging from 5 to 10 inches, and will run Google Android 1.6 or 2.1. Like some other tablets, these bear a distinctly iPad-like design, with an Applesque home button built into the side of the display. On the other hand, while the iPad has a 1024 x 768 pixel 4:3 display, these little guys look like they have widescreen displays.

Elonex also offers optional keyboard docking stations, which is why the models in the picture above look like little laptops rather than tablets.

Of course, for these low prices, you can’t expect premium features, while the 1 inch model does have a 1GHz CPU, it’s an ARM11 processor, and the tablet has a resistive touchscreen display. You can check out a few videos from ArmDevices.net below.

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3 replies on “Elonex launches eTouch tablet line”

  1. Wow… that first video is funny as hell. Constant force closes and unable to open any programs AT ALL…

    I’ll stick with proper manufacturers, thanks.

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