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|7th September 2011, 07:14||#1|
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Highly Anticipated Andy Pad Android Tablet Officially Released
Sep 01, 2011 - Norwich based English tablet manufacturer Verticool officially released their upcoming Android tablet computer today.
Designed as an all-in-one device, the Andy Pad is pre-installed with a variety of top-selling apps such as Facebook, Dropbox & Evernote as well as various games including Raging Thunder 2, Slice-it & Zoo Story.
The Andy Pad has been gaining noticeable attention since its initial announcement 108 days ago. The manufactures of the tablet have taken noticeable steps to appeal to the community, by upgrading the initial prospective specifications of the Andy Pad and announcing a second Andy Pad; the Andy Pad Pro featuring a higher quality screen, Bluetooth and some additional features. Andrew Kerry, the Managing Director of parent company: Verticool, aims to market both Andy Pads as affordable alternatives to some of the higher priced tablets on the market with prices around the £150 price mark.
The Andy Pads are initially being sold on the official website, Amazon and eBay with an aim to begin selling in popular electronic and gadget chains within the near future. The tablet is expected to be favourable with the younger generation because of its low price, impressive performance and pocketable size. Both Andy Pads are available for pre-order right now at www.andypad.co.uk
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