Pandigital SuperNova Android tablet launches

Shane McGlaun - Oct 7, 2011, 9:22am CDT
Pandigital SuperNova Android tablet launches

Back in August, we mentioned that the Pandigital SuperNova Android tablet had crossed the FCC. That tablet has now landed for people that want a reasonably priced tablet to order. The SuperNova will sell for $229 and is the flagship tablet in the Pandigital line of Android tablets. The tablet has an 8-inch screen with capacitive touch capability.

It has a camera on the front and one on the rear and uses a 1GHz Cortex A8 processor. Other features include integrated HDMI output and Bluetooth. Internal storage is 4GB and the tablet has a microSD card slot for expansion. The tablet supports all the things your average low-end Android tablet does with email, WiFi, flash support and more.

The tablet has nothing outstanding about it and it is positioned as a low cost entry. The catch is that there are a number of tablets in this range and with no stand out features; it will be a hard sell. The Amazon Fire is coming soon, will be priced even less, and is much more appealing to consumers. I predict fail here.

[via Android Community]

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