Pioneer Computers will be showing off its DreamBook ePad H10 HD at the HKTDC International ITC Expo in Hong Kong next month.The DreamBook tablet runs on a nVidia Tegra II T20 dual-core processor and will feature the Android 3.0 tablet-optimised operating system, or ‘Honeycomb,’ just like the upcoming Motorola Xoom. It weighs in at 760 grams and measures up to 264 x 176.4 x 12.2 mm, slightly longer and thicker than a new iPad.
General features include an LCD multi-touch 1280×800 screen that shapes up to 10.1 inches, 1080p video playback, 5 MP auto-focusing rear camera and 2 MP front-facing camera for video conferencing.
The DreamBook also features common tablet sensors like an accelerometer, e-compass and gyro sensor.
The DreamBook comes with either 16, 32 or 64GB of flash memory, with 1GB of DDR2 RAM.
It sports a range of connectivity options, focusing on small connections, including Micro HDMI, Micro SD card, Micro USB and a SIM card slot alongside a 3.5mm audio jack and docking port. It also features Bluetooth and WLAN support.
The battery life is said by Pioneer Computers to be the equivalent of eight hours of video playback.
The DreamBook ePad H10 HD currently has an RRP of $699 for Australians through Pioneer Computers and will be officially launched for international buyers at the HKTDC International ITC Expo in Hong Kong, which opens on April 13, 2011.