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Powered by Android 2.3, the X10 AirPad is equipped with a powerful 1.2 Ghz Rockchip 2918 Cortex A8 processor, has a brilliant color screen, 4 GB onboard memory (plus an additional 32 GB with microSD card, not included), a built-in camera/video recording device, and access to more than 250,000 apps in the Android Marketplace. The AirPad will stand toe-to-toe with any other tablet on the market. You’ll find the AirPad to be extremely fast, with a very responsive touch screen.

The AirPad has all of the features you could want. It’s like you’re fitting a movie screen, MP3 player, e-book reader, Internet, video game console and more into your pocket.

Now you don’t have to choose between a Kindle or a Nook, you can download BOTH Apps FREE from the Google Android Marketplace.

Here’s some of the many other things you can do with the AirPad:


There are many free games available on Google Android Market and Amazon Market. Just a few examples are Angry Birds, Sudoku, Fruit Ninja, Dragon Fly. Just go to the Google Android Market or Amazon Market, search for the name and download it. You can also use a Google search - just add ANDROID DOWNLOAD to the name of the App you are looking for.


You can get useful Apps like Facebook, Twitter, Skype, DropBox (file sharing), OpenTable (restaurant reservations), Google Maps, Wikipedia, Photoshop Mobile – all run very nicely on your AirPad and make life on the go easy and fun.


  • You can get Pandora Radio, free from Google Android Market. It lets you select different genres of music and stream them to your AirPad. Just go to Google Android Market, search for and download Pandora Internet Radio, then create and sign in to your account.
  • Shazam – just tap on the screen and Shazam listens to and identifies any song it hears. It even tells you who sang it, what album it’s on, and gives you the opportunity to buy it on-line.
  • Play videos and movies – Download YouTube from Google Android Market, watch Flash content with your Browser.
  • Install the RedBox App and rent movies (for $1.00) that you pick up from any RedBox kiosk.
  • Or purchase a microSD card that you can plug into your PC, transfer movies to, then plug into your AirPad.
  • And, of course, e-mail. If you don’t already have an account, you can go to and sign up for a free Gmail account, or get other e-mail such as Yahoo or AOL via your browser.

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