E Fun has been pampering us with its low cost tablet offerings and it’s lining up another enticing model, the Nextbook 7GP. And what better place to launch the new tablet than at the 2013 edition of CES.
The tablet will be among the first to come pre-loaded with Android Jelly bean and will have access to the official Google PlayStore. What this means is that users will have access to the over 600,000 apps the Google store now hosts, including those that E Fun offers on its own app store. The tablet will also come with a free clod storage allocation of 5 GB.
These apart, the rest of the spec story speaks of a 1.5 GHz dual core chip, a 1 GB RAM and 8 GB of storage. There is a microSD card slot to allow for more storage on the device.
The tablet is expected to retail for $130 when it goes on sale later this month.
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