E FUN Nextbook Premium 9 Android tablet in time for the holidays
A tablet a day, keeps the doctor away – sorry, that does not work, even though if the tablet’s you are brandishing in your hand is of the Apple variety. The E FUN Nextbook Premium 9 Android tablet is the next available model to be released in this hectic day and age, where it will come with a 9″ High-Definition touchscreen display, a front facing camera, a mini USB port and integrated Wi-Fi connectivity among others. There will also be pre-loaded software items to help you get started right out of the box, although I am not quite sure whether the power user would appreciate having such bloatware come with the tablet.
According to Jason Liszewski, managing director and vice president of sales for E FUN, “The Nextbook Premium 9 is the newest model of our Premium tablets. It is sleek, fast, and can easily be transported to work, school, or leisure activities. The 9”, easy-to-use touch screen and built-in Wi-Fi give busy students and professionals access to the applications they need on a daily basis. Users can read their favorite book, research on the Internet, view and email files, take notes, video chat, watch videos or listen to music.”
What else do we know of the Nextbook Premium 9? For starters, we do know that this tablet will run on Google’s Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system, and will also be fully upgradable thanks to over the air (OTA) update capabilities. Running with the “twin terrors” of a Rockchips RK2918 chipset and A8 Cortex 1Ghz processor, the 9″ display is of the 1280 x 800 resolution variety, making it easy on your eyes whenever you want to play games or watch movies on it. Being compatible with Flash 10.1 also offers a richer Internet experience, while having its 4GB of internal flash memory might be enough for some, others can always opt to augment it with an SD memory card thrown into the mix.
Other hardware specifications include a four-button touch menu and capacitive multi touch screen, a 2-megapixel front facing camera, a mini USB port, built-in speakers and a 4-way G-sensor. It will retail for $349.99 a pop from December 20th onwards.