Foxconn 10″ Capacitive Tablet (Video)

Foxconn is one of the many manufacturers out there who went the tablet way and recently they showcased a reference design of their slate. It features a 10 inch capacitive multitouch display, Nvidia Tegra 2 and Android. You can see it in action in the following video, if you’re curious.

Although Foxconn makes the iPad for Apple, its own product could be cheaper than the popular slate made by the Cupertino giant, with the drawback of not seeing any technology that was used on the iPad being borrowed by the Foxconn tablet. It appears that Apple requires exclusivity on components and we’re curious to see what kind of 10 inch capacitive touch display we’ll see on the new slate.

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By | 2010-07-16T11:31:21+00:00 July 16th, 2010|Android Related, Just the Tablets|1 Comment

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  • Mike

    Okay, now _that_ is more like what I’m looking for! Capacitive screen: check. Recent version of Android: check. Processor snappy enough to run the interface without lag: check! Reputable manufacturer: check!

    Except it doesn’t look 10 inches diagonally to me. That looks like 7 inches. He fits it in one hand, which isn’t doable with the 9.7ish inch iPad. That’s okay with me, though. I’d prefer 7 inches to 10, I think.