Cherrypal released their CharryPad Android tablet to America.CharryPad is a 7-inch Android 2.13D tablet and the tablet is powerful,easy-to-use and affordable….
One of the more confusing aspects about buying an off-brand Android device is trying to figure out whether or not it has full access to Google-sanctioned software—a built-in Gmail app, the Android Market, the YouTube player, etc.The 7-inch CherryPad America (what a strong, patriotic name!) promises full Android Market access and shows the Gmail and YouTube apps right in the product shot, though the YouTube app is mysteriously called “Gallery.”
The 7-inch Gentouch tablet popped up in Kmart’s Sunday ad priced at $150 and everyone went nuts trying to get their hands on one. Turns out—whoops—the company didn’t have permission to put the Android Market on the tablet and it was summarily blocked by Google.The touchscreen is resistive, which means it’ll take more deliberate finger pressing than the capacitive displays we’re used to on current-generation smartphones. It also doesn’t do multitouch, either. The company’s press release insists, “The CherryPad is neither an iPad killer nor an iPad clone,” and points out that the price “is also less than half of the iPad.”