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Faux Droid 10 Tablet Only $249!

September 9, 2010 - Written By Chris Yackulic

Ok, hang on just a second. I need to clarify here. This is not the Motorola Droid tablet. This is the Droid 10 tablet brought to you by Haleron Technologies. This tablet officially launched today so lets go over a few specs, and eerie similarities that could cause some trouble. First with the specs:


Operating System:
Google Android OS 2.1
Memory:
256MB DDR
CPU:
ZT-180 1GHz
Screen, full-screen:
10.2-inch 16:9 wide-screen 1024*600 high-brightness TFT LCD
Touch:
full-size touch operation,sliding menus, icons and drag
NandFlash:
Standard 2GB (Extent: 2GB-32GB)
Direction sensor:
G Sensor Automatically rotating the display screen
Wireless:
802.11B/G/N WI-FI CERTIFIED
Audio:
Supports stereo speaker unit, built-in microphone
SD card:
MAX 32GB can support
Desktop:
Android automatically change the desktop wallpaper (like win 7),
update frequency can be set to 1 hour -6 days
Office
EBook and OFFICE text processing Document to GO (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, PDF, Image)
e-book function support Editing Tools: Microsoft Wordpad, Microsoft SpreadExcel
Internet browsing:
Internet Explorer with optional win CE OS
E-mail:
Mainstream web mail service gmail / yahoo mail / hotmail / sina mail/163 mail
Communication Software:
QQ MSN GTALK and so on (takes material object as the standard)
Voice frequency
Mp3, WAV, WMA, AAC, AAC+
Video frequency
1080P MP4, 1080P AVI(XVID, H.263, DIVX), 1080P MKV, 1080P 3GP, 1080P RMVB、RM
Picture
JPEG, GIF
Battery
2400mAH, 7.4V Li-ion
AC adapter
220V Input, 9V DC Output, 2A
Auto rotating screen:
Four-way rotary screen
Explorer:
Android task killer And explorer
Size:
270mm x 180mm x 18mm
Accessories:
USB Cable,
AC Adapter,
1 Year Warranty

Now lets look at some of the similarities. The most obvious is the name. “Droid.” This gives everyone the impression that Motorola made the Device and that Verizon is selling it. Both are not true. This has nothing to do with Motorola or Verizon. The other odd similarity is the iPhone/iPad button the device has. Look at some of the pictures a little closer at the Haleron site here. See it? Ya, I know, that is weird. I’m thinking Haleron might be hearing from a few people about this one.