APad Android Tablet: Price, Specs, Photos, Demo Video

3:28 PM, December 7, 2010 -- APad Android sits comfortably at the #4 spot in Yahoo Search Philippines' Trending Now list;

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Credit: Yahoo Philippines


If it's your first time to encounter the word, APad (alt. iPed, HiPad) is actually a name given to all affordable Android slates made in China. APads flaunt a design identity similar to that of Apple iPad and run on various versions of Samsung Galaxy Tab's operating system.

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apad android


Probably the most popular APad device right now is the one made by Moonse (shown above). It's quite hot hot in China right now perhaps because two things; One, because it runs on Android 2.1 Eclair as apposed to the Android 1.6 Donut OS of earlier APads. And two, because it has a capacitive touchscreen, which responds to the slightest touch, instead of a resistive one.

Here's a demo video of Moonse's APad Android Tablet courtesy of Shanzai --



Moonse E7002 is now available via various online stores for only around $210, which is a very competitive price given its specifications.

In the Philippines, there are already some versions of APad that are available in the market. There's iRobot Apad which only costs around Php 4,000 in 168, in Greenhills and at various online stores. iRobot runs Android 1.6 OS with its ARM processor and 128 MB of RAM. Other specs include 7-inch resistive touchscreen display with 800 x 480 resolution, 4GB of internal flash memory, SD card slot that supports up to 32GB, and 2 USB 2.0 ports. As for connectivity, it supports Wifi 802.11 b/g/n.

Actually, I've yet to try out an APad. But just from watching the demo video, I'm inclined to believe that it's a device worth checking out -- especially when you consider its unbelievably low price tag.

TP Asks the Crowd: Do you own an APad? What can you say about the device?

15 comments:

  1. Where can i buy this Moonse E7002 and How much is the price? :)

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  2. where can i buy this one. ?

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  3. I think it's mostly available online and sold by individuals. It's actually very cheap but worth it too.

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  4. to ronald.
    yes, have tried using word and excel in apad, its nice - rm

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  5. but how can i use microsoft in apad

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  6. where can i buy apad here in cebu city?and how much?

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  7. You might interested purchasing Coby Kyros:

    http://francisnotebook.blogspot.com/2011/04/coby-kyros-review-and-specifications.html

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  8. where i can buy this one.. from philippines

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  9. san po pwd bumili ?.. from quezon city

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  10. Can this be used as cellphone, I mean for calling and texting?

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  11. sulit.com.ph ,,,free del yn anywhere in d phil..

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  12.  hey there. i'm selling apad. if you're interested you can reach me at 09473932187. i bought it last december but i never used it. it still has a box, charger and a leather casing with keyboard. i'll even throw in a 4GB micro sd. im selling it for 3,500 all in. hope to hear from you soon.

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  13. hey there. i'm selling apad. if you're interested you can reach me at
    09473932187. i bought it last december but i never used it. it still has
    a box, charger and a leather casing with keyboard. i'll even throw in a
    4GB micro sd. im selling it for 3,500 all in. hope to hear from you
    soon.

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  14. JuanillasvenusmariellMay 23, 2011 at 12:38 PM

    taga san ka po???i want to avail it 

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  15. peke yang apad mo ahahahaha d2 pa daw ibenta

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