E FUN Adds Two Capacitive Touch-Screen Android Tablets to Nextbook Line

If you’ve ever been over to NextBookUSA.com, then you have seen the NEXT series of netbooks.  Now, they are expanding and adding two capacitive touch-screen models to its quickly growing line of sleek, lightweight Nextbook Android tablet computers.

They are the 10.1″ Next4 and the 7″ Next6. Both include a built-in Borders eBook Store and Wi-Fi. A number of multimedia functions may be performed on each model. The E FUN Nextbook line is just that: the next generation of books that can easily be taken and enjoyed anywhere.

Although not coming until Q2 of this year, The Next4 is a 10.1″ high definition (1024×768 pixel) capacitive touch tablet that features the Android 2.2 operating system, built-in Flash support and 8GB of built-in flash memory. The Next6 is also a capacitive touch tablet running Android 2.1 that includes 4GB of on board memory. Each includes an SD card slot to increase storage capacity. Each has built-in speakers and G-sensor.

Marketwire also reported that both will come pre-loaded with the Border’s eBook store, with tons of books at your online disposal.  The expected price points are $349.99 for the Next4 and $269.99 for the Next6.

Who’s ready to pick one up?

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  1. Fake
    January 05, 22:45 Reply

    I like how the condensed icon for this is just “FU”

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