When you hear words like ‘DreamBook’ and ‘ePad’ in a device name you’d think of cheap and nasty eBay imports, well Pioneer want to end the cheap and nasty craze with their new lineup of Android tablets which actually look pretty nice. The DreamBook ePad H10 HD, that’s a mouthful, is the high-end of these new devices and will set you back $699. It’s powered by a NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core CPU, has a 10.1″ LCD 10-point Multitouch display, runs Android 3.0 ‘Honeycomb’ and will come in 16GB, 32GB & 64GB variants. A full list of specs can be found after the break, and they’re very impressive, much like the XOOM and Galaxy Tab 10.1.

Pioneer is hoping to ship these bad boys out from the middle of April, but that’s only a rough estimate at the moment. We can’t yet vouch for the quality of the device, but we have approached Pioneer for a review model before we suggest you dive in.

  • 10.1″ 1280×800 LCD Display (10-point MT)
  • NVIDIA Tegra 2 Dual-Core CPU @ 1GHz
  • Android 3.0 – Honeycomb
  • 1GB DDR2 RAM
  • 16/32/64GB Variants
  • 5MP Rear-facing Camera
  • 2MP Front-facing Camera
  • 3G – 2100/1900/850 HSPA
  • Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR, GPS
  • Stereo Speakers, Mic
  • Gyroscope
Source: Pioneer.
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    Susan Nebauer
    Susan Nebauer
    7 years ago

    can you please tell where I can buy a cover for my 10* dream book
    Regards
    Sue

    Guest
    Guest
    9 years ago

    did u see the DreamBook ePad 7 Pro, 8, 10? for the price they seem like the best (mainly 7 pro) android tabs (might change by the time they are released)

    Buzz Moody
    Reply to  Guest
    9 years ago

    They look quite good, don’t they πŸ™‚

    Guest
    Guest
    Reply to  Buzz Moody
    9 years ago

    when i emailed u i was hoping u would look at them all. the 7 pro seems the most interesting. muti touch dual core for $200 beats Millennius and ebay tabs. downside 256 ram. whats with P10 3D ui? N7 is water proof!

    Buzz Moody
    Reply to  Guest
    9 years ago

    We’re waiting to hear from Pioneer about availability details and such before jumping in on all of them πŸ™‚

    Scott
    9 years ago

    i am agreeing that the price is going to hold it back- i have heard of Pioneer, but why would joe public buy this when they can get an ipad2 for about same price.
    I would import a Xoom WAY before buying this ..and the wifi zoom is apparently going to be cheaper! if you need 3g- 1 word for you- tetherthruyourandroidphone!

    Buzz Moody
    Reply to  Scott
    9 years ago

    That’s a very good point. Brands that aren’t well known need to lower pricing, or do something, so that they’re recognised. Charging more than the well known competitors isn’t going to do your product justice.

    jez65
    jez65
    9 years ago

    I see no mention of GPS? It would be a deal breaker for me if I cant use Maps properly.
    Does anyone know if it has GPS and it was just not mentioned?

    Buzz Moody
    Reply to  jez65
    9 years ago

    “Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR, *GPS*”

    It’s there πŸ™‚

    Grunger
    Grunger
    9 years ago

    Specs looks pretty impressive but (a minor quibble) not a fan of the thick border surrounding the screen. It makes it looks a little retro without the appeal.

    Anonymous
    Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Phat bezel! Specs are cool though.

    Buzz Moody
    Reply to  Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Phat bezel is phat.

    Lopao Lopaolo
    9 years ago

    $700 ? No thanks. I’ll pay a little more for a Galaxy Tab II or XOOM

    Tomas Donovic
    Reply to  Lopao Lopaolo
    9 years ago

    or a little less, the wifi only xoom in the us is 529? correct me if im wrong but how good would that be if they shipped here?

    Petros
    Petros
    9 years ago

    with 32GB on board and 3G build in Plus delivery is over $900, iPad2 the way to go!

    Joey
    Joey
    9 years ago

    700 dollars for the 64gb?

    Buzz Moody
    Reply to  Joey
    9 years ago

    “32GB SSD Solid State Disk SATA Card [+$99]
    64GB SSD Solid State Disk SATA Card [+$249]”

    Not sure if that’s correct yet or not.

    Joey
    Joey
    9 years ago

    700 dollars for the 64gb?

    Paul Walker
    Paul Walker
    9 years ago

    Shame it doesn’t have 900MHz.

    Also, can any of these new tablets be used as a phone (with a Bluetooth headset). I really don’t want to carry 2 devices.