Hannspree is showing off its new 10 inch tablet in Germany just a few days before the launch of the IFA consumer electronics show. We already knew the tablet would feature a dual core 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra processor, 16GB of storage and run Android 2.2. Now, thanks to Johannes of NewGadgets.de we know what it looks like in person.

The answer? Eh, it actually looks like virtually every other tablet we’ve seen this year. It’s a big screen with a black bezel around the edges. What else did you expect? On the other hand, unlike the Apple iPad, the Hannspree tablet is covered in useful ports, with a USB port, HDMI port, headset, microSD card slot, volume keys, a power button, and a reset button.

There are also 3 Android buttons on the edge of the screen, as well as Status LEDs.

It looks like Hannspree is also loading the tablet with a custom user interface that sits on top of Android 2.2. There are custom apps for viewing contacts, photos, to-do lists  and other items.

The tablet is expected to sell for 399 Euros in Germany starting in November, but there’s no word on a US launch date or price.

You can check out the video after the break, or find more photos at NewGadgets.de.

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3 replies on “Hannspree 10 inch Android tablet spotted – Video”

  1. Ok the stats don’t look bad on this one.

    Latest Android: Check.
    Dual Core Cortex A9 Processor: Check.
    Tegra Graphics: Check.

    Screen could be Pixel Qi but oh well.

    So the one thing it’s failing at is being a consumer product in the US… BOOO!

    Hopefully they come out here. I would really love to play with one alongside an iPad and see whether there’s any spark there or not.

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