Malata 10 Inch Android Tablet with Capacitive Screen

The Malata Android tablet has had a brief demonstration over at Computex. The device runs an NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core ARM Cortex A9 running at 1GHz. The video demonstration (embedded below) shows that the Malata tablet runs quite fast. Transitions between programs and menus is smooth and the capacitive touchscreen appears to work well.

The screen it’s self measures 10.1 inches and is in a 16:9 aspect ratio showing 1024 x 600 pixels. For storage the Malata Android OS tablet has 512MB to 1GB SLC and 2GB to 32GB iNAND. There appears to be at least two options when it comes to RAM and storage on the device, if not more.

Inputs on the Android tablet include a mini USB, mini HDMI, headphones and a microSD card slot. For connectivity it has WiFi b/g built in and Bluetooth is an option. Unfortunately there is no mention of 3G on the device.

The battery has a capacity of 3500mAh although we do not yet have details on battery life. Hopefully it approaches the 10 hour mark that we have come to expect in recent months.

The operating system running on the device is provided by Google [GOOG] and is of course Android 2.1. There is no flash yet on the device although if the company behind it decide to upgrade to Android 2.2 when it launches, we could well be seeing some flash on there.

We do not have pricing details yet or availability dates, but we’ll keep you informed if we get them.

Via: ARMDevices


  1. Any update on the availability of this product? where could i get my hands on one OR who could I talk to about getting one? Very interested in it.

  2. Joachim Mueller says

    In the fast moving tech world all articles should show the exact date when they were written. Only that way I can determine if an article is about a historical or a current device/event/SW.

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