You might have learnt about too many 7-inch inexpensive tablets. Startup and moderate firms often produce small tablets with low price tags. A Chinese firm called Hasee has come up with a 10-inch tablet dubbed the Hasee R10 for a reasonable price of 1,299 yuan (approx. $210). The Hasee R10 comes to you for that price when the high end tablets are being sold for around $400.
The low-price factor of the Hasee tablet doesn’t mean that it is a low quality product. The specs and features of the device are quite impressive. The gadget mounts a 10-inch display with a decent 1280 x 800 pixels and it supports five-finger multitouch gestures. Under the cover, the Hasee tablet mounts a RockChip RK2918 processor, 1GB of RAM and 4GB of internal memory.
The tablet supports 1080p video playback and it has a decent battery life of five to seven hours. Android 2.3 Gingerbread is the operating system of the Hasee R10; however, it has a touch of Android 3.0 Honeycomb in style. Further, the gadget features HDMI out, microSD slot, miniUSB port and a 3.5mm headphone jack. But it is unfortunate to learn that the Hasee tablet is heavier at 728g and thicker at 15mm.
The Hasee tablet shows off an inspiring design and form factor. In fact, it looks like any other high-end tablets. Hasee is soon to launch the tablet in China. It is not known whether the low-priced 10-inch Android tablet will get an international version.