The Hannspad has a microSD slot, HDMI output,
headphone jack, and 16GB of internal memory. It weighs 750g, and battery life is eight hours. Under the hood there’s a Tegra 2 chipset.
The one good thing about the device is that Hannspree has created a custom user interface, based on widgets that gives users three panes akin to a desktop or PC experience with windows.
The Hannspad is expected to launch soon for the price of £349; a 3G version with cameras is expected for next year. Here is video showing Hannspad Tablet:-