E FUN Premium 10SE tablet announced
Right now, the world of tablets is split down the middle by iOS and Android as the operating systems of choice, although Microsoft’s recent dance with the tablet market thanks to Windows RT and Windows 8 have livened up the scene somewhat, with BlackBerry’s PlayBook nowhere to be seen. Well, here is one new tablet that bats for the Android team thanks to the folks over at E FUN, with the Premium 10SE in tow. It will occupy the new iPad category in terms of screen size – that’s about it, at 9.7”, while carrying a five-finger multitouch capacitive color screen as well as the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.
Apart from that, folks who love doing their reading on tablet devices will find the E FUN Premium 10SE to be an interesting addition to their gadget collection as it will come preloaded with the Barnes & Noble NOOK Store, GetJar App Store, CloudLink’s “Productivity Toolbox” as well as a 14-day trial of Net Nanny parental controls software just in case you happen to have a little one at home and want to make sure that he or she does not stumble upon sites that underaged kids should not visit.
In terms of hardware specifications, the E FUN Premium 10SE is no speed demon, but then again, neither is it a slouch. It will run on a 1GHz processor coupled with 1GB RAM to deliver a decent level of performance, while carrying a resolution that is the same as that of the smaller iPad mini at 1024 x 768 pixels. A G-sensor auto-rotate orientation feature lets you enjoy landscape or portrait viewing on the go, and you can further expand upon its 8GB of internal memory via a USB port or a microSD memory card slot. Want to hook up to the Internet to watch videos, check your email or simply download system software updates? Not a problem with its built-in Wi-Fi connectivity.
Other details on the E FUN Premium 10SE include a front-facing camera and a 1080p high-definition video player. If you are interested in picking this puppy up, it will retail for $249.99 from Radio Shack and Hastings.