E FUN has unveiled its Nextbook 7GP tablet ahead of CES, the first of what will be a series of Android tablets from the company. The Nextbook 7GP features a 7-display, and will be on display next week at the upcoming tech event. All the models run Jelly Bean 4.1 and have dual-core processors. The slate is set to launch next month, and will cost a cool $129.99.
The Nextbook has decent specs, especially at its low price point. Inside you'll find a dual-core 1.5GHz (unspecified) and 1GB of RAM, as well as 8GB of internal storage space with a microSD expansion slot that supports up to 32GB. There's a single USB 2.0 slot, as well as an integrated microphone and front/rear cameras, megapixels unknown.
The display supports multi-touch, and has a resolution of 1024 x 600. There's also HDMI-out for watching HD video on a TV or monitor. Connectivity is standard 802.11 b/g/n; there's no mention of Bluetooth. Also no word on the battery's capacity. The tablet has full Google Play support, and comes pre-loaded with an assortment of Google apps, including Gmail and Talk.
E FUN's Managing Director and Vice President of Sales Jason Liszewski offered this statement. "With the many advantages of the Jelly Bean Android 4.1 operating system, users will enjoy the simplicity and ease of operating Nextbook Google Play tablets. We are thrilled to be able to introduce a tablet series that gives consumers the hardware, software and content they desire on the world's most popular mobile platform."
[via Android Community]