BMorn is a consumer electronics company based in China. According to the folks at Shanzai.com, the company is best known for making GPS systems and protable media players, but the company is starting to show off an 8.9 inch touchscreen tablet running Google Android 1.6. It has a RockChip ARM-based CPU.

A prototype was on display at the China Sources show in Hong Kong recently, and it looks like a reasonably compact machine with a rather funky design. Can anyone tell what those red panels along the side are for? Because they seem kind of obnoxious.

You can check out a short video of the BMorn tablet after the break.

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3 replies on “BMorn 9 inch Android tablet from China”

  1. The little red panels look like decorative grips. Bmorn also makes a 8.9 inch non-touchscreen, android-less PMP. This looks like the same enclosure with the addition of the decorative changes.

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