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zenPad, the $155 Android Tablet You Could Buy Today



    The Enso zenPad isn't going to wow you with its specs.

    Compared to something like the iPad, it comes up short in almost every category. Then again, it's quite a bit smaller than Apple's upcoming offering as well. There is one area where it beats pretty much all-comers, though: it's price.

    The fact that the zenPad is $155 could be the only reason we're talking about it. It's got some pretty spare specs to go with, too: a 667MHz processor, 8GB of storage, six hours of battery life and a five-inch screen. You can get GPS or an external 3G adapter for extra. Still, if you were looking around for a cheap way to play around with Android, this could be it.

    Check out the video down below to see the zenPad in action, though keep in mind this is from a while ago, and it was back when the zenPad was still flying the Smit banner.

    Enso, via Engadget, via LikeCool

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