I’ve recently become intrigued by this:
Unlike the iPhad, this holds some attraction for me. Check the basic specs to see some of the appeal:
Not too shabby. The features that appeal to me are obvious: the ports and connectivity, the screen and the enhanced functionality of a dual core nVidia processor. Taking the last first, full multitasking and 1080p video processing? Very cool. The ports? 2USB and one mini-USB, an HDMI port (how about that? a real media portal!), and 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth and 3G built in (just add your own sim card). And the screen. Wow. A transflective screen that can do full color (with, as I said full 1080p video) AND automatically adapt to lighting conditions or be switched to an epaper mode for ebooks or full sun display that still can do 64fps video even in epaper mode. (And yes, there does appear to be a compatible Kindle app for Android. :-))
Oh, and the first production run has already sold out at about $350 U.S.
Yep. A real feature-full product that’s also a price-beater. By feature comparison, the iPhad is looking more and more like a typical, over-hyped and under-featured Apple fanboi honeypot.
Adam: Very, very nice. Tempting. (Singing a verse or two of “Yield not to temptation” *heh*)