eFun tries again with the Nextbook Elite 10 Android 4.0 Tablet
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The year 2011 has really proved to be a great year for the Tablet business. Even a lot of tablets were introduced last year, but now with CES approaching we are getting a lot of news coming from all directions about new tablets arriving into the market.
eFun also announces their latest tablet, the Nextbook Elite 10, which is to be showcased at the CES along with other products from them. According to Jason Liszewski, managing director and vice president of sales eFun, the Nextbook series has been specifically designed for leisure, work and school.
The Nextbook Elite 10 features a dual core Broadcom A9 processor with a clock speed of 1.1GHz. It sports a 9.7inch capacitive display which has a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels with an aspect ratio of 4:3. The Elite 10 is powered by Android 4.0 or the Ice Cream Sandwich. For storage the Nextbook elite has an 8GB of onboard memory.
It also has basic functionality such as Bluetooth and camera of 5 megapixels at the rear and 2 megapixels to its front for video calling. The tablet will include a built in Wi-Fi for internet connectivity. Other important specifications include the HDMI port and the also a MicroSD card slot which will be helpful to increase the memory capacity of the device.
This tablet will be able to access thousands of applications which also include software like the Kobo eBook Store, the Android market, Office Suite Viewer for accessing documents and ASTRO file manager for managing files on the device.
We can expect this device in the market by this spring of 2012. eFun has also decided to put a price tag of $249.99 on the Elite 10, which also feels pretty impressive as this device sports Ice Cream Sandwich. You will not find any Android 4.0 device at such a price.