While the Android tablet race has gotten pretty crowded in recent months, we still have yet to see any of these devices pushed to market. Still, it doesn’t keep us from getting excited every time we see a new one. Malata’s SMB-A1011 tablet does just that on their extremely attractive offering.
Inside, it sports a Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-score chipset with a 1Ghz ARM Cortex A9 processor completing a very nice circle. It comes with 512MB-1GB of RAM and 512MB-1GB of ROM, with 2GB-32GB if internal storage (there will be several configurations to choose from). It has a 10.1-inch capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 1024×600.
There’s no information on how well its battery holds up, but it does come with a 3500mAh lithium polymer battery. Connectivity options include a Mini USB, Mini HDMI-out, 3.5mm headphone jack, WiFi, and Bluetooth (reportedly optional). Currently, it’s running what looks to be an unmodified version of Android 2.1.
Charbax from ARMDevices gave a quick look at the device and even without any apparent optimization, it looked like it could hold up to some intensive tasks. Check the video out above.