Archos has announced a cooking oriented tablet called the ChefPad. It's a low end device that will be available in June. It will come with software that will help you find the best cooking oriented apps on the Play Store.
This is certainly a new one. We’ve seen many Android tablets released in the last year or two, but not often do we see one created for one specific use. Archos has revealed a tablet made for cooking enthusiasts called the ChefPad. It will launch with a piece of exclusive software called the ‘Chef Apps Selection’, which aims to curate the best apps relating to cooking from the Google Play Store.
The tablet is a low-end device and will pack the following specs:
- 9.7" display with resolution 1024×768
- 1.6 GHz CPU with Mali 400MP GPU
- 1GB of RAM
- 8GB internal storage
- Micro SD slot
- 2 megapixel front and rear facing cameras
- Android 4.1
- Price starting at $209.99
- Silicone casing
If you thought that this would be a one-off specialty device, you thought wrong, as Archos claims that this is just the beginning of their line of specialty devices. “This is just the beginning for ARCHOS tablets using this technology; we will continue to launch new and exciting themed tablets that curate apps in such categories as kids apps, games, educational apps, business/productivity apps and more.”
Look for the ChefPad to be released at the beginning of June and be available for purchase on their online store.