Times are certainly tough and we love our budget-friendly devices, but here’s a tablet that’s sure to raise an eyebrow or two. And no— this isn’t an April Fool’s joke either. The ESER A10 tablet is a 7-incher which features
seriously outdated modest specs. You’ll find a 800 x 480 “resistive” touchscreen, 1.2GHz BoxChip CPU, 4GB of internal storage, microSD out, HDMI out, WiFi and a front-facing camera. Oh and the device is capable of decoding 2160p video (can your tablet do that?!). All of this will be powered by Gingerbread 2.3 and feature 3G connectivity– though you’d need to buy a separate USG dongle. While the specs don’t come anywhere close to competition such as the Amazon Kindle Fire— the ESER A10 tablet is going for an astounding $51. You read right folks… the device will be available for a little over 50 bucks. Not too bad at all.
We know most of you love your speed and power in your tablets, but if you are pressed for cash and looking for a cheap alternative, what do you think? Would you splurge on this device?