Personally, I’m stoked now that I’m seeing tablets decrease in price. Today, there are quite an array of tablets to choose from if you can’t afford one of the higher-end devices out there. However, with that being said, though there are some fairly discounted tablets around, you’ll most likely pay in the spec department. However, every once in a while you’ll get a gem either with tablets or smartphones and become surprised. Remember the AT&T Pantech Burst? A rather low-costing device ($50) that surprised the world with what was under the hood? In recent news a device dubbed the Viota M970 made me recall how I felt when the Burst hit the market the way it did. The tablet was manufactured by a no name entity in the U.S. and offers a 9.7-inch IPS display with a 1.5 GHz box-chip A10 single core ARM Cortex-A8 CPU.
The device appears to take some design ques from Apple’s iPad however, it’s very stylish and doesn’t look cheap at all. So no shame and head-lowering at the tablet party this year. It only sports 512 MB of RAM but offers an option for the seller to toss in 1GB. There’s also the Mali 400 graphics, a Micro SD card slot, dual 5mp/2mp cameras, 4GB of on-board storage and an HDMI out port. Furthermore, to please the masses, the tab will be running ICS 4.0 out of the gate. Toss in a 6,000 mAh battery and now its just draw dropping for the price. Speaking of the price, the device is going to be offered for a mere $120 buckaroos. Look for it possibly around the May or June mark. So, if you’re on a serious budget but can no longer ignore the massive tablet roll-out, then this might be worth taking a look at. Feel free to let us know what you think in the comments below.
source: Notebook News