Matrix One Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet is going cheap
You know something? There seems to be a plethora of Android-powered tablets these days, that it can get rather difficult to know just which model you want to purchase as a starter. Not only that, the number of tablets that come in different form factors also sport various sizes, and having said that, they offer different price points as well. For those who feel that a 10″ tablet is a wee bit too large for your liking, there is always the 7″ Google Nexus 7 which was recently announced and manufactured by Asus, but the $199 price point might still be out of reach for you. What are you to do then?
Fret not, as it is a good thing that there are companies out there do take the trouble of coming up with an even more affordable tablet, so much so that when you hand over a Benjamin, you will even receive some change in the process, now is that value for money or what? The Matrix One tablet will run on the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, where it will feature integrated Wi-Fi connectivity, 1080p HDMI output for you to enjoy your high definition videos on a HDTV in the living room, a microSD memory card slot for expansion purposes, an USB port as well as an USB mini port.
The 7″ of viewing area that provides 800 x 480 resolution should be enough for most folks, where it is the ideal size to carry around in one hand without having your hand develop nasty cramps along the way. At the front lies a 2-megapixel camera which would work great for self portrait shots, not to mention those who want to carry out a video call. You will be able to choose from two different capacities – 4GB or 16GB of internal memory, where of course, the larger the memory capacity, the more you will have to fork out. Definitely one of the more affordable Android-powered tablets out there in the market, you might want to consider the Matrix One to be an introductory tablet to your little one who has long bugged you for an iPad this coming Christmas.