The latest IFA tablet rumours centre around a 10-inch device that Hannspree is said to be unveiling at the show, and we at Pocket-lint have just received word from our Hannspree contact regarding the (at present, still unofficial) specs of the device.

The screen will be a LED backlit 10.1-inch, 1024 x 600 one and it will run Android 2.2 (Froyo) and be powered by an Nvidia Tegra II with Dual Core ARM Cortex A9 1GHz CPU and 512MB of DDRII 667MHz RAM.

Internally there will be 16GB of flash memory (with a microSD expansion option) and it will be capable of 1080p video playback and Flash acceleration due to the Nvidia GPU.

Connectivity is via a Wi-Fi (b/g/n) and there's also Bluetooth 2.1. Plus it has mini-USB and mini-HDMI ports as well.

The battery is a Li-Polymer 3500mA, which should give you 8 hours of 1080p playback and the UI has been optimised for a 10.1-inch display.

You'll see the following options on the main menu: Home Screen, Browser, Contacts, Calendar, Email, Music, Video, YouTube, Weather, Clock, Grocery List, To Do List and Facebook.

The Hannspree tablet measures in at 260 x 171 x 13.9mm and weighs 790g.

We're told that the device should hopefully be hitting the UK before Christmas (probably around November) but as of yet there is no confirmed retail info, although we have heard murmurs of a 399 euro price-tag in Euroland.