It’s certainly very exciting to see an Android-based competitor for Apple’s "revolutionary" iPad coming out of Japan.
Hands on: Mouse Computer’s LuvPad will run on Google’s Android system.
The LuvPad AD100 is a 10.1-inch tablet computer that will run on Google’s Android 2.2 mobile operating system (also known as Froyo). Featuring an LED-backlit multitouch display with a resolution of 1024 × 600, the LuvPad promises comfortable Web browsing and media consumption with a built-in speaker to complement the pretty visuals. Similar to the iPad, LuvPad attempts to put all your favorite media right in your hands.
And like any Android-based iPad challenger, the LuvPad boasts support for Adobe Flash media which, despite Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ best efforts, still exists in abundance on the Internet.
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