Is 7-inch E FUN Nextbook worth $130 of your money?
E FUN’s latest Premium Special Edition Android tablet, the Premium 7SE, runs $130 and can be found all over the place. The 7-inch tablet runs Android 4.0 and comes with GetJar App Store for downloading apps and games, Barnes & Noble NOOK, Astro, OfficeSuite, and a host of other apps.
Hardware details include a 1GHz processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB internal storage, microSD expansion, and 3200mAH battery. No, it’s not half the stuff you get for the $199 Nexus 7 but it be just enough for most users to get started. Would you consider something like this for yourself or someone you know?
Go Back to School with E FUN’s Nextbook Premium 7 Special Edition Tablet
Perfect for any student, the 7” tablet features Android Ice Cream Sandwich and Barnes & Noble NOOK Store
WEST COVINA, CA – August 21, 2012 – E FUN, a consumer electronics designer and manufacturer of fun, easy-to-use lifestyle products, has announced the next model in its new Premium SE Series of Nextbook tablet computers, the Premium 7SE for back-to-school. The 7” tablet features a user-friendly five-finger multitouch capacitive color screen and Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.3 operating system. It comes preloaded with the Barnes & Noble NOOK Store™, GetJar App Store and a 14-day trial of Net Nanny parental controls software.
“The Premium 7SE is the perfect tablet for students going back to school,” remarked Jason Liszewski, managing director and vice president of sales for E FUN. “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.”
Features of the Premium Special Edition Series include Flash 11 support and over-the-air (OTA) firmware update capabilities. Additionally, each model has a front-facing camera and 1080p high-definition video player for quality viewing of favorite movies, music videos and more.
The Premium 7SE has an 800×480 screen with 16:9 ratio and a G-sensor auto-rotate orientation feature for landscape or portrait viewing. To keep all of a user’s files safely stored, it has 4GB of built-in flash memory as well as ports for a microSD card and mini-USB 2.0 for expandable memory. Its built-in Wi-Fi connectivity allows users to watch YouTube videos, listen to music, receive and send e-mails, or simply browse the Internet.
The Barnes & Noble NOOK Store provides access to over 2.5 million titles, including new releases, bestsellers, classics, children’s books, magazines, newspapers and more. Users can choose from 25 free preloaded eBooks or download their favorite titles. The Premium SE Series also come with the GetJar App Store included, the world’s largest independent app store that offers 350,000 mobile apps for Android.
The Premium 7SE is available nationwide with a price of $129.99. Additional models in the Premium SE Series include the Premium 8SE and Premium 10SE. For more information, see http://nextbookusa.com/product_landingpage.php.
About E FUN
As its name implies, E FUN is a designer and marketer of fun, lifestyle e-products that are easily accessible. While appreciated by techies, E FUN products are primarily designed for consumers who desire the latest technological products, but are more concerned with what they do, not how they do it. E FUN’s ongoing product innovation focuses on making electronics and computing more fun! Initial products offerings from E FUN include the APEN digital pen and Nextbook Android tablets. E FUN is headquartered in West Covina, California.
For additional information regarding E FUN’s brands, please visit APEN at www.apenusa.com; and Nextbook at www.nextbookusa.com.
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