Enspert Identity Tab Price & Specs: As Good As Competitors?

Back in 2010 the Apple iPad rejuvenated the dying market of the tablet PC, now it is set to become the biggest market in mobile technology. CES 2011 saw no less than 50 tablet PCs being showcased, promising models such as the Notion Ink Adam and of course, the ‘best-in-show’ Motorola Xoom.

We are now hearing reports of one of the showcased tablet PCs that making its way onto the scene; it’s called the Enspert Identity Tablet. The elegant design was made in Korea and it claims to have the high specs to match that sleek design. Let’s have a look and see what we all really think of it and whether or not it can compete in what is becoming an overcrowded market.

The device looks to have been based on the Samsung Galaxy Tab; however it has a different case. The device is encased in aluminum. This tablet PC features a 7” capacitive Multi-touch LCD at 800 x 480 resolution, front and rear facing cameras (the back being 3 megapixels), it has an ARM Cortex-A8 1GHz Hummingbird CPU with 8GB of integrated storage space and 512MB of RAM. It has an array of different ports featured such as a mini USB 2.0 port, mini HDMI, a headphone jack and an SD Card Slot and it will be running on the Android 2.2 Froyo. These are the specs as reported by jkkmobile.com.

If this is the tablet PC that catches your fancy, then we wanted to let you know that it’s not going to cost you an arm and a leg either. It is being retailed for $349 over at dynamism.com where they also talk about some of the features it has. You can get the usual style of opinion from Engadget as well where Sean Hollister has added an article.

One notable absence on the device is 3G connectivity, without this is it really marketable against the likes of the Galaxy Tab? Unless these guys can offer something that is a little different we can see this getting lost under the mass of higher spec products, eventhough it has a lovely design. Let us know your thoughts on the device in the comments section below.