E FUN will intro two quad-core Nextbook Android tablets at CES 2014

E FUN will intro two quad-core Nextbook Android tablets at CES 2014

E FUN will debut the Nextbook 8 and the Nextbook 10, the company’s first quad-core tablets. They will both have similar specs, and will both be offered at reasonable price-points.

The tablets will both run Android 4.2, and will have 1.6GHz Cortex A9 processors, and 1GB RAM. They will also have 2MP rear-facing cameras and .3MP front-facing cameras. Both tablets come preloaded with the Barnes & Noble Nook, Flixster, VUDU, and Springpad apps. Also, each has a MicroSD card slot that supports up to 32GB of expandable memory.

The Nextbook 8 has a 7.85″ 1024×768 screen, 8GB of memory, and will begin at $129.99.

The Nextbook 10 has a 10.1″ 1024×600 screen, 16GB of memory, and will begin at $149.99.

There is also mention of a Nextbook 7, beginning at $99. This one is set to debut sometime in Q1, and boast a 1024×600 display.

Check back for more coverage on E FUN and others from CES 2014.

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