We recently saw the Andy Pad Pro appear on the web but didn’t get a whole lot of info about the “Pro” version. We know that the Andy Pad project and the original Andy Pad is a low-cost 7″ tablet with a Resistive 860×480 screen. The resistive screen put many people off too, so it’s good to hear that the newly announced “Pro” version has a … err…. SensaTouch screen.
No, we honestly don’t know what a SensaTouch screen actually is. Whether it’s capacitive we can’t say, but it does have a higher resolution – 1024×600.
Andy Pad is priced at £129 ($210):
7” Tablet Computer Cortex A8 1.2 Processor 512MB RAM Front-facing camera to chat with friends 860×480 ResiTouch screen 8GB Storage Micro USB Micro SD Mini HDMI to 1080p
Andy Pad Pro is priced at £129 ($291):
7” Tablet Computer Cortex A8 1.2 Processor 512MB RAM Front and rear facing cameras 1024×600 SensaTouch screen 16GB Storage Micro USB Micro SD Mini HDMI to 1080p Bluetooth connectivity
Update – LandOfDroid state that the Andy Pad Pro does indeed have a capacitive screen.