[CES 2011] Shuttle’s foray into the tablet market comes in the form of the P10AN01 – powered by NVIDIA’s Tegra 250 chipset (by the way, NVDIA’s stock has already hit $20) alongside a 1GHz Cortex A9 processor to give it a rather beefy foundation. Android 2.2 FroYo is the operating system of choice here, so don’t expect a fully optimized tablet experience. Strangely enough, the 10.1” capacitive multitouch display sports a 1026 x 600 resolution which is different from most of the other players in the market that do 1024 x 768 – a typo on Shuttle’s part, perhaps? Connectivity options include Bluetooth and 3G, HDMI and a 3.5mm audio jack. Nice to see Shuttle include a Lock button on the upside of the device to make sure you won’t accidentally activate any program or make an unwanted phone call. There won’t be the traditional quartet of buttons that are associated with most Android devices here either, helping it being set apart from the rest of the tablets out there. No word on pricing or availability as at press time though, but if you want a fingerprint magnet, this is a potential candidate.
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