E FUN Premium 7SE tablet targets back-to-school market

All right, so the summer holidays have ended, and many people have gotten back to the swing of things when it comes to working life. As for kids who are still studying, this time of the year would also mean a return to school – some of you love it, others hate it, but you cannot avoid it. Well, what do we have to offer for folks who are headed back to the world of classrooms, jocks and cheerleaders? Why, you would need a tablet device to be part of the “in” crowd, so why not get started with the E FUN Premium 7SE tablet if you have no idea where to begin from?
The E FUN Premium 7SE tablet is a 7” tablet that relies on a user-friendly five-finger multitouch capacitive color screen to get the job done, and you will not find it lacking in terms of its operating system either, as it runs on the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich version, and we are keeping our collective fingers crossed that we might see an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update coming our way soon, too. You will find that the E FUN Premium 7SE tablet will be preloaded with the Barnes & Noble NOOK Store, GetJar App Store and a 14-day trial of Net Nanny parental controls software to get you started right out of the box.

Jason Liszewski, managing director and vice president of sales for E FUN, remarked, “The Premium 7SE is the perfect tablet for students going back to school. It is light, portable and ultra-functional for taking notes, accessing the Internet, sharing information through email and social networks, reading eBooks, and much more. The Premium 7SE is an affordable computing choice for students of all ages.”
Mobile Flash might be dead, but that has not stopped this tablet from featuring Flash 11 support and over-the-air (OTA) firmware update capabilities. Not only that, you also have a front-facing camera to capture those vanity shots, and a 1080p high-definition video player that delivers quality viewing of favorite movies, and music videos amongst others.
The 7” display on the Premium 7SE carries a pixel count of 800×480 with a 16:9 ratio and a G-sensor auto-rotate orientation feature for landscape or portrait viewing. Just in case 4GB of internal memory is not enough, you can always augment that with a microSD memory card. Data can be transferred via mini USB 2.0, and built-in Wi-Fi connectivity ensures you are never out of touch from the Internet.
If you are interested in the Premium 7SE, then it can be yours for $129.99 a pop.
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