Chinese chip maker Rockchip had one of the most crazy spread of Android tablets I’ve seen at the show this week. Unfortunately none of the tablets were labeled, and most won’t be sold globally any time soon. But you do get an idea of just how many low cost devices are running RockChip’s low power ARM-based processors.

In fact, the company was even showing off a netbook-style device running a modified version of Google Android with a touchpad and pointer to make up for the lack of a touchscreen.

You can check out my brief booth tour after the break for a look at Android tablets in all sorts of shapes and sizes.

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