There’s more than a few of us out there who can appreciate the various inexpensive tablets out there and can look forward to yet another newly launched tablet out for the masses. While EFun is a relative unknown to most consumers, it has recently announced its brand-new Nextbook 7GP which is a 7-inch tablet that comes with some fairly modest features: a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 8GB of expandable storage, built-in WiFi and an acceptable 1,024 x 600 display. While those features are nothing too noteworthy— the Nextbook 7GP will operate on Jelly Bean (Android 4.1) and come in at a stunning price of only $130, which may or may not put a little pressure on the folks at Google.
The tablet is expected to be at CES next week, so you’ll be able to get additional information and shots of the device then. In the meantime, why not hit past the break to check out the presser and tease yourself a little?
Ever wonder just what kind of tablet you could get for around $200? How does this sound?
- Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
- 1.2GHz single-core Cortex A* processor
- 512MB RAM
- Mali 400 GPU
- 4GB internal storage
- MicroSD slot
- 0.3MP front facing camera (no rear-facing camera)
- 10-inch 1024 x 768 display
- Full-size USB port
- HDMI port
- 15 hour battery
These are the specs for the French-made Yzi tablet. Not too shabby. Some models may even come with 3G connectivity. The tablet will be available in Europe for a very reasonable €159. No word on whether it will come to the U.S.
Check out more pictures after the break.
With CES just around the corner Coby Electronics Corporation has announced a new line-up of Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) tablets that are cost effective. They should be available in the first quarter of 2012. Coby looks to bring five tablets into the market and they are as follows (according to size):
- 7-Inch MID7042
- 8-Inch MID8042
- 9-Inch MID9042
- 9.7-Inch MID9742
- 10-Inch MID1042
All of the tablets will be have a 4:3 aspect ratio and feature a 1GHz ARM Cortex A8 CPU. They will also have capacitive multi-touch screens, up to 1GB of RAM, the ability to expand up to 32GB of storage, WiFi, and HDMI 1080p output. There is no say on if they will have access to the Android Market or how much they will cost when we see them next year. Hit the break below to read the full pressor.