Enspert E201 7″ Android Slate, Cheaper than the Galaxy Tab — 1GHz CPU, 512MB of RAM, and Android Marketplace Access

Updated on 10 June 2018 by

Image 6The Enspert E201 is a 7 inch Android slate out of Korea that’s actually looking rather impressive with a 1GHz CPU, PowerVR SGX 450 GPU, and legitimate access to the Android Market, all on Android 2.2 (Froyo). It’s cheaper than the Galaxy Tab [tracking page] to boot!

We’ve got one inbound for testing and we’re looking forward to it as Chippy was impressed with a family member device, the E301, that he had a look at during CES. Here’s a rundown of the E201 specs which are looking quite right for the price of $349:

  • Android 2.2 (Froyo)
  • ARM Cortex-A8 CPU @ 1GHz
  • 512MB of RAM
  • 7 inch capacitive touchscreen @ 800×480
  • 3MP rear camera and unspecified front facing cam (likely 640×480)
  • WiFi b/g/n & Bluetooth 2.1
  • Mini-HDMI port
  • Mini-USB port
  • Full sized SD-card slot
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • And all the usual sensor goodies (accelerometer, GPS, manometer, ambient light sensor)

The Enspert E201 is available exclusively from Dynamism for US buyers. Their pre-sale starts on February 1st with the first shipments going out on the 15th.

As soon as we get our hands on it, we’ll run some benchmarks to see how it stacks up to the Samsung Galaxy Tab. The only places that it’s lacking at the moment seems to be in resolution department (the Galaxy Tab’s screen is 1024×600). Here’s some shots to tide you over until we can give it a thorough looking over, stay tuned:

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9 Comments For This Post

  1. Mike Cane says:

    >>>800×480

    WTF? This isn’t even worth pinging on my radar. Next!

  2. Tokyorob says:

    Have to agree with Mike 800×480 ?? with 7″ Acer and Asus pushing tablets with 1024×600 or better

    even if you wanted a cheap Tablet you could pick a kinpad i600 7″ 1024×600 with 3G for 399USD

  3. chippy says:

    800×480 is not exactly a bad resolution for a 7″ device. Others have higher res bit there are many scenarios where it doesn’t matter. Video playback (optimal in my opinion) Gaming (higher frame rates. With the power vr 540, this should be faster than galaxy Tab for gaming) navigation (you won’t see the difference with moving maps) and many others.
    1024×600 makes for nice fonts and helps with reading web and ebooks but it many cases, its not optimal.
    Watch out for the e301 if you want hi-res.

  4. chippy says:

    As an ebooks reader fan, I understand.

  5. turn.self.off says:

    The price tag seems to confirm my suspicion that adding a mobile network radio result in a higher price increase then the parts costs themselves. This as now the device can be sold to the carrier for on contract subsidies.

  6. serwei says:

    How’s the display?

  7. Johnnny says:

    The Archos 70 has less RAM, and 50$ lower price tag already. Why not add the 3G? What’s with that? Why don’t the manufacturers make 3G enabled models of their tablets? I don’t really like the idea of blowing my phone’s battery because I have to use tethering, or give too much money for the MiFi.

  8. TheWheat says:

    I’m curious about the internal (phone/device) storage for apps on all Android devices (more so budget devices) because it’s a spec that doesn’t usually get mentioned and flies under the radar. People say with Froyo that you can install apps to the SD card, but not all apps do so, and not the entire app gets stored on the SD card. I mentioned this in one of my posts saying that this could be Android biggest problem (http://blog.thewheatfield.org/2011/01/13/the-biggest-problem-with-android-low-available-phone-storage/). Low application storage is a simple way to really hinder a device: the HTC Desire which I think is a pretty good phone suffers from this problem. Perhaps this is another spec to add into the device DB.

  9. zapikoe says:

    Between this and Advent Tega, at about $50 price difference
    which one did you prefer, Chippy?

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