Chinese tablet makers HaiPad is better known for making cheap Android tablets than good ones. I wasn’t particularly impressed with the HaiPad M701 I reviewed a few years ago. But the company’s latest tablets look a bit more appealing thanks to capacitive touch displays and Android 4.0 software.

HaiPad M10M10

Haipad A10A10 

The Haipad A101 is a new 7 inch tablet with a 1.5 GHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor, 512MB of memory, 4GB of storage, and an 800 x 480 pixel display. It has a capacitive touchscreen with support for 5-point multitouch.

The tablet supports WiFi and HD video playback and has a VGA camera and HDMI output. While the screen resolution is underwhelming, I suspect the company will make up for it by charging a pretty low price for this tablet.

Haipad M10M10 

The other new Android 4.0 tablet from HaiPad is the M10M10 with a 10 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel screen.

Like the 7 inch tablet, the HaiPad M10M10 has 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage, WiFi and HD video support. But this model has a 2MP camera and Bluetooth.

If I’m reading the HaiPad website correctly, this tablet will be available in at least two models, with some featuring resistive touch panels and others equipped with capacitive touchscreens.

via MICDigi

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One reply on “HaiPad launches Android 4.0 tablets”

  1. going by the picture in the article, the device depicted is the 7 inch tablet, which uses a customised Android 2.3.

    Indicators for this are first and foremost the 2.3 google search widget and the fact that the statusbar is far to narrow and uses the standard 2.3 font for the clock. This is very similar to CyanogenMod 7s “tablet settings” which moves the statusbar from the top to the bottom, and the UI buttons for Back, Home, Menu are just ICS-esque reskins of the ones found on Nook/Kindle/TouchPad versions of CM7

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