Well, well, what have we hear? Ain't she a beaut? What you're looking at is the Aigo N700 AigoPad, a 7-inch tablet device sporting Android 2.1, Nvidia Tegra 2 graphic chipset, and a dual core (yeah, I said dual core!) Cortex A9 1GHz processor. According to SlashGear, Chinese company Aigo confirmed they were making a tablet this past February with no specific details of a release date. In addition to this gorgeous looking tablet a 4 and 5-inch model are also supposedly in the works.
I'll be honest, this is the first time I've heard of the company (call me a noob) or the product, but off the bat, this is one of the slickest devices I've seen to date. It's said to come packing a WVGA multi-touch ready capacitive touchscreen with 16 million colors and 800x480 resolution. In terms of memory, the AigoPad has 512MB DDR2 RAM and comes in 4GB, 16GB and 32GB flavors, not to mention the the ability to add up to 32GB of microSD removable storage. It comes with a 1.3MP camera, which is a little weak by today's standards, but hey - it's a tablet with a camera so that's a solid start, no? The AigoPad is also Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1, and 3G ready so connectivity on the go should be a cinch. The device comes with a 2-cell 3120mAh battery to keep you going for hours, though there's no word on whether or not its removable.
Unfortunately, there's no real info right now as to when it will be released or how much it will cost. Nor do we know when or if it will make its way to the US, but we certainly can dream can't we? One thing I can say for sure about this device should it come to market: If you come near mine, I'll be shouting "Leggo my Aigo!" Sound off in the comments!