E FUN has revealed a quartet of Nextbook tablets
When it comes to the world of tablets, there are surely many different models that one is able to choose from. The thing is, which is the correct decision, so to speak, when you are on the lookout for a brand new tablet? Perhaps if you would like to take the path less traveled and not stick to the usual mainstays such as an Apple iPad or one of those Samsung Galaxy Tab models, the name E FUN might resonate with you. After all, E FUN happens to be the 5th largest tablet supplier in the U.S., and they have just announced a quartet of limited edition Nextbook tablets that will be released this spring.
These tablets are not only lightweight, but are also sunlight readable as well, making them more than ready to meet the spring break head on. As for the screen sizes, they would range from 7″ all the way to 10.1″, arriving in red and black colored models, alongside giving you the option to enjoy Android 4.4 KitKat or Windows 8.1 as the operating system of choice, ensuring that there is a Nextbook for just about everyone.
First of all, there is the Nextbook Ares 7 Android tablet that is ultra-thin and lightweight. This 7″ quad-core Android 4.4 KitKat tablet will come with 32GB of internal memory, Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity as well as a built-in GPS module with Google Play, Barnes and Noble NOOK for Android, VUDU, Flixster, Net Nanny, CloudLink and others preloaded. Apart from that, there will also be other features like a front-facing camera, microphone, microSD card slot, microUSB port, and 3-axis G-sensor, with the asking price of $79.99 a pop.
Up next would be the Nextbook 8 Android tablet which arrives in black and red shades, where this slim and sleek 8″ quad-core Android 4.4 KitKat tablet will feature 16GB of internal memory that can be further expanded thanks to a microSD memory card, Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity and a built-in GPS module. Some of the preloaded content would include Google Play, Barnes and Noble NOOK for Android, VUDU, Flixster, Net Nanny, and CloudLink, among others, where it will be accompanied by dual cameras, a microUSB port, a mini HDMI port and 3-axis G-sensor, with the black model going for $69.99 while the limited edition red will cost $79.
As for the Nextbook 10.1″ 2-in-1 with Windows, it will boast of a magnetic detachable POGO keyboard, making this an extremely versatile tablet that boasts of a 1280×800 IPS screen, a quad-core Intel Atom processor, 1GB DDR3 system memory, 32GB internal memory, Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi connectivity, front and rear cameras, miniHDMI, microSD, microUSB, and a 3-axis G-sensor, accompanied by a one-year subscription for Office 365 Personal with 1TB of OneDrive cloud storage, with the asking price of $179.
Any takers for all of the tablets?