E FUN Ares 8 Android Tablet goes rogue this Valentine’s Day

by - on February 10th, 2017

E FUN knows what they are doing when it comes to highly affordable tablets for the masses which do offer a reasonable level of performance without having to break the bank. Their Ares line of tablets in the past have done pretty OK for itself, and it does not look as though the trend is about to come to a stop anytime soon. In fact. The latest Android-powered tablet from E FUN would be the Ares 8, which has been specially released in time for Valentine’s Day this year.

Rather than giving flowers or perhaps chocolates and that expensive dinner, why not think out of the box instead this time around? The E FUN Ares 8 is a lightweight Android-powered tablet that does not skimp in terms of features, being the perfect computing device when it comes to any upcoming romantic rendezvous.

Touted to be an out-and-out entertainment machine, the Ares 8 will feature the Android music player that will surely be able to handle all of your favorite lovey dovey songs, in addition to a slew of preloaded apps like the Barnes and Noble NOOK for Android, its collection of VUDU Movies and TV app that ensures one can gain instant access to new film releases, Hollywood classics, and must-see TV shows. Oh yes, for those unique date nights, there are the Cloudlink and Flixster apps to fall back upon as well.

Tipping the scales at under two pounds, the lightweight Ares 8 is ideal to be brought along, sporting 16GB of internal memory, micro USB port for expansion purposes of up to 64GB, an 8” display with 16:10 aspect ratio and 800 x 1,280 resolution alongside IPS technology, a micro-HDMI port, and an Intel Atom processor running proceedings from within.

This rogue colored tablet will run on Android 5.1 Lollipop, which is the only shortcoming that we can think of since it is already the age of Android 7.0 Nougat.

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