Russian Company, Rover Computers set to announce 5 new Tablets

With the success of the iPad, computer manufactures all over the globe are scrambling to milk the tablet cash cow.  Russian Company, Rover Computers is set to announce five new tablets. Out of the five tablets, one will be running Windows CE 6.0 while the rest run Android.

Rover Computers is set to announce the tablets and the tablets are expected to hit the market by October 2010.

RoverPad Air G70:

  • Genuine Windows CE 6.0
  • 7-inch plate with resistive screen with a 800x480px resolution
  • Samsung ARM11 processor at 667 MHz
  • 256MB Ram
  • 4 GB Flash Drive which can be expanded via the micro SD slot
  • Wi-Fi with 3G
  • 3MP webcam
  • FM-Transmitter
  • USB slots (number not known)
  • Weight is around 450 grams (around 1lb)
  • Internal Speakers as well as headphone output
  • 210x119x16mm dimension

The following are the Android based tablets

RoverPad Go G50:

  • Android 1.5
  • 5-inch plate with resistive screen with a 800x480px resolution
  • Video playback up to 720x480px resolution
  • Marvel PXA303 processor
  • 128MB Ram
  • 2GB Flash Drive which can be expanded via the micro SD slot
  • Wi-Fi with 3G
  • GPS
  • USB port
  • Weight is around 271 grams (around 16 ounces)
  • Internal Speakers as well as headphone output
  • 158x88x16mm dimension

RoverPad Go G72:

  • Android 1.6
  • 7-inch plate with resistive screen with a 800x480px resolution
  • Marvel PXA303 processor
  • 128MB Ram
  • 2GB Flash Drive which can be expanded via the micro SD slot
  • Wi-Fi with 3G
  • Ethernet Port
  • Webcam
  • Bluetooth
  • GPS
  • 2 USB ports

RoverPad Tega W70:

  • Android 2.1
  • 7-inch plate with resistive screen with a 800x480px resolution
  • NVidia Tegra Platform
  • 512MB Ram
  • 4GB Flash Drive
  • Wi-Fi with 3G
  • HDMI Port
  • Webcam
  • GPS
  • USB ports

RoverPad 3WG70:

  • Android 1.5
  • RockChip 2808
  • 128MB Ram
  • 2GB Flash Drive which can be expanded via the micro SD slot
  • Wi-Fi
  • Webcam
  • USB ports
  • Internal Speakers as well as headphone output

Hopefully more information will be available once Rover Computers has their public Announcement.

Source: Hi-tech-mail.ru

* Site is in Russian but does have English version, selectable at top of page.

Lee Whittington is a Tech Reporter and a Developer with the TWC Team. He has been writing for TWCN for several years and has also developed several freeware apps for The Windows Club, most of which have been very popular worldwide.