Polaroid announces new additions to the L Series tablets


With so many different tablet models to choose from, just which one do you think you should settle for? I suppose it all begins with the platform of choice – do you want to take the Android route, or prefer the iOS path? If the former happens to be the answer of your choice, then you would have to make your way through many different models from various manufacturers, which can be rather overwhelming for the beginner. Things do not get any easier with this year’s edition of CES, as Polaroid, a name more often than not associated with cameras and photography, has proudly announced that they will be introducing a couple more tablets to the L Series range, and these will arrive in the form of the Polaroid L7 and the Polaroid L10.

As one will most probably be able to tell by the model name alone, the Polaroid L7 would be a 7” tablet, while the Polaroid L10 would come in the form of a 10” tablet. Not too many details concerning either tablet have been divulged, much to our disappointment, but this much (or rather, little) we know – the Polaroid L7 and Polaroid L10 will arrive with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity alongside what Polaroid claims to be “super fast quad-core processors”, accompanied by the spanking new Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system.

Polaroid President and CEO Scott W. Hardy enthused, “Tablets provide a laid back computing experience for consumers, changing the way they share their favorite media and memories. Our L Series provides consumers with super-fast quad core processing speeds allowing for faster performance and less wait times when watching movies, playing games or surfing the web. In addition the L Series’ sleek design and affordable price point make it a great choice.”

The Polaroid L7 is tipped to retail for $99 each, while the larger sized Polaroid L10 is going for $149 a pop as both become available this spring.

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