April 13, 2011 | by Michael Heller
Hanspree isn’t a big name here in the US. It’s a name you might know more from their TVs, and if you live in Europe, you may know their other electronics and computers, but now they’re also getting into the Android tablet game with 3 different tablets scheduled for release this year.
The three tablets, the HANNSpad SN10T1, SN10T2, and SN10T3, will be spaced out with release dates scheduled for Q1, Q2, and Q3 respectively. All three will feature 10.1″ screens, WiFi and Bluetooth, but that seems to be where the similarities end.
The SN10T1 will feature a 1024×600 resolution, Tegra 2 processor, 16 GB of storage, and Android 2.2, with a list price of €349 ($505).
The SN10T2 will feature a 1024×600 resolution, T1 processor, 8 GB of storage, a camera, and Android 2.2, with a list price of €299 ($433).
The SN10T3 will feature a 1280×600 resolution, Tegra 2 processor, 16 GB of storage, a camera, and Android 3.0, with a list price of €449 ($650).
There’s no word on specific release dates, or if the tablets will make it to the States. I would doubt they’ll come to this side of the pond, though, because as yet Hanspree only has a few TVs available in the States, and has not made a name for itself in the computing world. Trying to make a name for itself with Froyo tablets probably wouldn’t be the best first impression for consumers.
How about our international readers? Do these tablets pique your interest? The price seems a bit lower than average for Europe.
Lot’s of pictures at the source.