The heat may be surrounding the Android 3.0 tablets coming in the next few months, but if you’re too impatient to wait for those, or just need a few budget tablets for around the office, the Enspert E201U could be the iPad-lookalike Froyo unit for you.
It’s not the most exciting of tablets, but it does have access to the real Android Market, and should run pretty much all the apps out there no problem, unlike some of the Android tablets out there. It’s got a 1GHz Cortex A8 processor and a PowerVR SGX 450 GPU, putting it slightly below the Galaxy Tab in terms of specs, and its screen is significantly lower-resolution at 800×480, but other than that it stacks up nicely. SD slot, USB and HDMI ports, dual cameras, 802.11n wi-fi and Bluetooth, the works.
The price is 349 of your American dollars, and it’ll be available next week. Personally I’d be waiting for 3.0, but hey.