Smart Q Ten: Featuring ARM Cortex A9 Processor

So far 2011 has been the year of the tablet PC. We saw a load of them at CES 2011 equating to more than 50 and since then we have heard numerous rumors of Apple’s iPad 2 which is officially yet to surface into the big wide world.

A lot of the attention has been taken up by the Motorola XOOM and more recently the LG Optimus tablet but we are hearing of a new device. It’s called the Smart Q Ten and it features the ARM Cortex A9 processor the same as in the PSP2 or as its better known the NGP.

Over at Engadget, Richard Lai is reporting on the new device, which features 512 RAM, 8GB of integrated storage it has a 9.7” IPS and a 10-point multi-touch screen with a resolution of 1024 x 768. It also has GPS-module and 3G connectivity and will run on the Android 2.1 OS.

Something that is pretty interesting about the device is the screen it has, it is piezoelectric which means that it can not only support multi-touch but not only from your fingers, you can also use non-conductive objects like a stylus. You can read the entire press release by clicking here. If this bad boy is priced correctly then it could sell pretty well.

What do you think of the device? How much do you think it will cost? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.