impressed by the made-for-kitchen tablet, but its Linux platform isn’t quite the cup of tea for the Android user in you? then ARCHOS has an alternative for you: the ARCHOS ChefPad, an Android tablet designed specifically with cooking enthusiasts in mind. its designed-for-kitchen features include a silicone case that will keep your tablet safe from water or food splashes, and is easy to clean, and a handy stand to keep the tablet propped up for best viewing angle. on the software front, the ChefPad is preloaded with the Chef Apps Selection, an exclusive app program that curates the best of all apps – from recipes to cooking tips to cooking TV – for aspiring chefs to discover selections of the best cooking apps available on the Google Play store much more easily.

other features include a dual-core 1.6GHz processor with 1GB RAM, a quad-core GPU, a 9.7″ capacitive touchscreen display with 1,024 x 768 resolution, 2MP front and rear shooters, built-in WiFi, Full HD video playback, 8GB of onboard storage, microSD card for extended storage, and HDMI out. the ChefPad may not be a true to the core made-for-kitchen tablet, but for $209.99 (and let’s not forget that this price is for a 10-inch class tablet), it is certainly a steal if you are looking to ‘abuse’ your tablet in the confine of your kitchen. dropping in sometime in June. hit the jump for a few more look.

Published by Mike chua

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