Archos introduces the ChefPad, an Android tablet especially for cooking enthusiasts

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The ChefPad from Archos is a full-featured Android tablet that’s been pre-loaded with the best apps for cooking enthusiasts.  The tablet has a dual-core 1.6GHz CPU, a quad-core GPU, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB capacity (expandable via microSD card) and is powered by Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean).  It also has a 9.7” 1024 X 768 capacitive screen, 2MP cameras front and back, WiFi, 1080p HD video playback, and mini HDMI.  In addition to the pre-loaded cooking apps, it has HD video player, email, web browsing, news, games, eBooks, and weather forecast apps – plus access to Google Play for other apps.  It will begin shipping in June for $209.99.  Read the product page at Archos for more details and to pre-order a ChefPad for yourself.  (The ChefPad is shown wearing the included silicone case and using the included stand.)

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  • Muse May 15, 2013, 11:25 pm

    I definitely like the case that doubles as a stand, but I already have a tablet that acts as my kitchen companion as well as my exercise, work, and fun companion. My job at DISH requires that I travel a lot, so I like that I have just one tablet for my own personal use. When I do spend some time cooking, I stream my DVR recordings of cooking shows onto my tablet with DISH Anywhere. Not only do I feel like I’m cooking with the pros, but I the food I prepare tastes delicious!

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