IFA 2010 was certainly a platform where many companies rolled out tablet devices, and the Booq Surf was one of them. What looks like any other tablet out there didn’t have what it takes inside to propel it into the “must have” category, although the hardware itself ain’t too shabby. We’re talking about a 10.1-inch capacitive touchscreen display at 1024 x 600 resolution, an 800MHz ARM processor, Android 2.1 (no Froyo here without any word of a future update), 16GB of internal memory, an accelerometer and a few ports (audio jacks, HDMI and a couple of USB) to get you started right out of the box. Unfortunately, you won’t get Flash support, multi-touch capability and 3G connectivity, and surely that means you can’t go online to the Android Market to download Angry Birds Beta. No biggie if this skips the Stateside boat though.
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