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The G10 looks like vaporware. The unibody shell is from 1st-gen tablets. The G11android 2.1 - buy android 2.1 at pandawill.com (top of listing)looks more real, if nothing else than because they have a video of it, but also the shell is more up-to-date, with front HW buttons. This Telechips model was shown during Computex. Supposedly available by mid-Aug, which is a few days from now. Specs look good for the price, especially if it has the beefed-up battery and a working media player that can play all the listed codecs.
 

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The G10 looks like vaporware. The unibody shell is from 1st-gen tablets. The G11http://www.pandawill.com/wholesale-android-2.1.html (top of listing)looks more real, if nothing else than because they have a video of it, but also the shell is more up-to-date, with front HW buttons. This Telechips model was shown during Computex. Supposedly available by mid-Aug, which is a few days from now. Specs look good for the price, especially if it has the beefed-up battery and a working media player that can play all the listed codecs.
 

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The G10 looks like vaporware placeholder. The unibody shell is from 1st-gen tablets. The G11http://www.pandawill.com/wholesale-android-2.1.html (top of listing)looks more real, if nothing else than because they have a video of it, but also the shell is more up-to-date, with front HW buttons. This Telechips model was shown during Computex. Supposedly available by mid-Aug, which is a few days from now. Specs look good for the price, especially if it has the beefed-up battery and a working media player that can play all the listed codecs.
 

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The G10 looks like a vaporware placeholder. The iPad-clone shell is from 1st-gen tablets. The G11http://www.pandawill.com/wholesale-android-2.1.html (top of listing)looks more real, if nothing else than because they have a video of it, but also the shell is more up-to-date, with front HW buttons. This Telechips model was shown during Computex. Supposedly available by mid-Aug, which is a few days from now. Specs look good for the price, especially if it has the beefed-up battery and a working media player that can play all the listed codecs.
 
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