The E-Noa Interpad is a 10 inch tablet that appears to hit all the right buttons. It has a 1024 x 600 pixel capacitive touchscreen display, an NVIDIA Tegra 2 chip, and Google Android 2.2. The only catch? This tablet will only be available in Germany, at least at launch.
The tablet is due out in Germany before the end of the year. Initially, it will cost about 399 Euros for a WiFi-only version, but E-Noa plans to launch a model with 3G and GPS capabilities in early 2011. That model will likely ship with the Google Android Market, but the version due out this year will not.