The E-Noa Interpad has been launched at the IFA in Berlin.

The tablet boasts NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 platform, runs on Android 2.2 and has a 1Gigabytes of RAM. The device carries a price tag of 399euros and will be released in Q4 2010. The latter pricing is for the cheapest device which does not contain 3G and GPS radios. Crucially, stock Google devices, eg. Google Maps and Google Maps etc. The base device will not be software upgradable. Hackers are sure to get around that limitation.

Another version of the Interpad device released in Q1 2011 will address these shortcomings and is likely to retail in the 500 to 600 euro range.

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Source: Carrypad