On the spec-side, the N7 sports a seven-inch WVGA capacitive touchscreen with an 800 x 480 pixel resolution, 4GB SSD, three-axis accelerometer, light sensor, 802.11 b/g WiFi and a 3G antenna for an extra $99 Australian, about $89 US.
For ports, the N7 boasts one USB 2.0 slot, HDMI out, headphone jack, SIM card slot, DC-in, on-board microphone and docking port. Pioneer Computers is also happy to throw in a free 1.3 webcam with orders.
The N7 ships with Android 2.1, and we are guessing it won’t include the Gmail app, Google Maps, or access to the Android Market.
The DreamBook ePad N7 costs $499 Australian ($446 US) without the 3G option, and is available from the Pioneer Computers website.