Details of a new Aigo tablet, the Aigo N700, running Android on a 7-inch display have emerged, potentially set to be the AigoPad announced earlier on this year. The tablet has a WVGA capacitive touchscreen, second-generation Tegra chipset and up to 32GB of onboard storage, together with integrated Bluetooth 2.1, WiFi and 3G.
Measuring 208 x 122 x 13.95 mm, there's still room for stereo speakers, a microphone, HDMI and USB ports, along with a microSD card slot, 2-cell 3120mAh battery, accelerometer, ambient light sensor and digital compass. According to the leak, the N700 will also support 1080p HD video playback, Flash 10.1 and 3D sound, and run Android 2.1. There's also talk of an optional docking station, with HDMI, audio and USB connectivity among other things.
The company first confirmed they were looking at producing an Android-based tablet back in February, though they'd only say that the so-called AigoPad would debut sometime in 2010. Two other versions - with 4- and 5-inch touchscreens - are also tipped, but there's no word on pricing or availability for any of the three.
[via ChiniTech - thanks Alain!]