The MagicPad M3 tablet from, well, MagicPad run’s an Android operating system just like the Nook Tablet, but that isn’t the only similarity the two tablets share!
As you can plainly make out in these photos of the M3, MagicPad have gone for the much less trodden root of the Nook Tablet knock-off, and they seem to have performed a sterling job at cloning the ebook reader turned media consumption device.
The M3 MagicPad sports a 7-inch capacitive screen which supports 10-point multi-touch gestures, an EV2 dual core, 512MB RAM, 4G flash NAND internal storage, front and rear facing cameras, Android 2.2 Froyo OS, a 4000mAh battery, built-in WIFI, Bluetooth, HDMI, and a mini USB.
But if all that isn’t enough this Nook Android Tablet knock off even supports 3G data connection, calls and video chat!
For more details on the MagicPad M3, or more commonly known as the Nook Tablet knock off head over to MagicTabs website here.