Wopad v7

Chinese company Yanbo Shenzhen has launched a new line of Android tablets featuring 7, 8, and 10 inch displays. The Wopad V7, V8, and V10 all feature ARM Cortex-A8 processors, capacitive touchscreen displays, 512MB of memory, and 4GB of storage.

But those aren’t what set these tablets apart from the crowd. No, it’s the Angry Birds artwork dripping from the seams.

McBub has a series of photos of the Angry Birds-inspire Wopad V7. The box has the Angry Birds logo on top. There are Angry Birds wallpapers. And the device comes preloaded with pretty much Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons, and Angry Birds Rio.

In fact, there are icons for a whole bunch of other Angry Birds games I’ve never heard of as well.

Angry Birds isn’t exactly a processor-intensive application, but it is certainly easier to play on some tablets than others. You need a reasonably fast processor and a fairly decent touchscreen. Hopefully the Angry Birds-centric nature of the new Wopad tablets mean that they incldue both of those things.

The Wopad V7 is available from McBub for $124.

via TechCrunch

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2 replies on “Wopad tablets designed for the Angry Birds-obsessed”

  1. mmm I will buy it but not for the angry birds, just for the low price for a capacitive screen.

  2. Angry Birds is an addictive game. Having a ‘Angry Birds’ tablet at the above prices would be pretty cool; IMO. 🙂

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