Ezy Tablet runs Windows 7 and Flash: Is it better than the Apple iPad?

By Alan Ng - Mar 9, 2010

Forget the HP Slate for a moment guys, as it looks as if another competitor has just entered the fray. Meet the Ezy Tablet – Asia’s answer to the Apple iPad. It is available right now and packs some pretty decent specs too.

As reported from Electronista, the Ezy tablet has obvious design similarities to the iPad, but it is due to their specs that it really stands on its own feet.

It features a 10.2-inch display screen, a 1.6GHz Atom processor, Multi-touch features, 2GB of RAM, 250GB hard drive and a 1.3-megapixel camera.

Like the upcoming iPad, the Ezy tablet will also offer WiFi and 3G connectivity options, but it also features three USB ports, a VGA output and around 3.5-hours of battery life (not as good as the iPad’s 10).

If you are interested in the Ezy, it is available now here, priced at $679 US. Let us know what you think of this.

Is it better than the Apple iPad?

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