E FUN to Roll out its Revamped Series of Nextbook Android Tablets
Consumer electronics designer E FUN has recently revealed its plans to roll out its newest line of Nextbook Android (News - Alert) Tablets at the International Consumer Electronics Show taking place from January 8-11 in Las Vegas.
Featuring the Jelly Bean Android 4.1 operating system, each Next3 tablet offers access to the Google (News - Alert) Play store, and encompasses dual core processors and high definition screens. The next Nextbook 7GP comes with complete with a seven inch screen and enables users to access more than 600,000 apps and games, millions of songs and books, and thousands of movies found within the Google Play Store.
"With the many advantages of the Jelly Bean Android 4.1 operating system, users will enjoy the simplicity and ease of operating Nextbook Google Play tablets," remarked Jason Liszewski, managing director and VP of sales for E FUN, in a statement. "We are thrilled to be able to introduce a tablet series that gives consumers the hardware, software and content they desire on the world's most popular mobile platform."
Apart from being a lightweight device, the Nextbook 7GP includes hardware such as a dual core 1.5GHz processor, one GB DDR3 RAM (News - Alert), a high definition (1024 x 600) capacitive multi touch screen, front and back cameras, and an HDMI-out port to send 1080p HD video to an HDTV or computer.
The built-in Wi-Fi connection and Lithium-Ion battery facilitates users to browse the Internet, access e-mails in one-touch, watch YouTube (News - Alert) videos, listen to Internet music, and much more.
In addition, the new Nextbook Android Tablets comes preloaded with a wide selection of applications including the Barnes & Noble NOOK Store, Net Nanny parental controls and CloudLink's "Productivity Toolbox," which includes numerous free applications such as five GB of free cloud storage, free mobile security, wireless printing, and credit card processing.
Priced at $129.99, E FUN’s Nextbook 7GP tablet will be available beginning in February 2013.
Edited by Jamie Epstein