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New ODROID-A Developer’s Tablet Rocking Dual Core Samsung Exynos 4210

Please read the next two words after the colon (bold print for you): Developer Tablet

Hard Kernel, a company based in South Korea (along with Samsung and LG) has developed a developer’s tablet called the ODROID-A.  This new tablet will be available at the end of March for $749 (US). The full package includes the tablet along with the debug board. The tablet features a transparent back panel. It runs naked vanilla Android.

If you thought that you’d get shafted if you got the Exynos version of the Samsung Galaxy S II you may want to give this reference platform benchmark video of the ODROID tablet rocking the Exynos processor:

More specs after the break

Samsung Exynos4210 Dual Core ARM Coretx A-9
1GB low power DDR2 800mega data rate
10.1″ 1366×768 TFT with capacitive multi-touch
Android 2.3 Gingerbread (upgradeable to Honeycomb)
Dual Camera
9-Axis sensor
9000 mah Battery
and much more complete specs here

It’s a bit pricey considering however it may be worth a look if youre a developer. At the end of March head over to http://hardkernel.com to pick one up (shipping may take a little while from S. Korea)

Source: Hardkernel.com


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  1. There maybe some helpful content over on advancedtechnologykorea.com, but I do believe this is in the Nexus line.

  2. Awesome post! There maybe some helpful content over on advancedtechnologykorea.com- the technologies behind devices like this tablet are opened for discussion! This is a project that the country is kicking off to inform the world about Korea related IT and design–beyond Samsung and Hyundai. Come by if you have a chance and keep up to date with us on facebook(facebook.com/advancedtechKOR) or twitter (@advancedtechkr)

  3. It is nice to see some company care about Android developers. Is this is like a nexus line for tablet?

  4. Wait so this isn’t a Samsung tablet?

    See this is PROOF of what the RFS filesystem does to sammy’s products… Why are they so STUPID

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