Affordable Android tablets have been dominating the news lately, and the latest is the IdolPad PLUS from Idolian Mobile. The low price is the tablet’s biggest strong point and the IdolPad excels in this, priced at just $98. You get a tablet running Android 4.0 ICS with a 7 inch capacitive touch screen. In the US market, this is the lowest priced tablet to date.
The IdolPad Plus with its capacitive touch screen gives a far better viewing experience as well as lower response time when compared to its older sibling, the IdolPad. Add to that enhanced performance credentials thanks to the 1 GHz Cortex A8 processor, along with the 512 MB of RAM that the tablet sports. On-board storage is 4 GB, which can be considered decent for its price. Google Play and Adobe Flash Player comes pre-loaded on the tablet that boasts of a thin and light design, making it easy to carry around and operate.
In the words of Jay Kim, founder of Idolian Mobile, “We are excited about the release of IdolPad PLUS and its impact on the Tablet PC market. We continue to offer the most affordable Tablet PCs available today.”
The company has also declared plans for some other tablets in production, the TouchTab IPS, IdolPad 10, and TurboTab 10 models.
[showhide type=’pressrelease’]Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) June 20, 2012
Idolian Mobile (http://www.idolian.com) announces IdolPad PLUS, a new Android Tablet PC model at a low price of $98. The newest Idolian Tablet PC features the Android 4.0 operating system and a 7-inch capacitive touch screen. At $98, the IdolPad PLUS is the lowest priced 7-inch Android Tablet PC currently available in the market.
The IdolPad PLUS follows Idolian’s highly successful IdolPad priced at $99, which has garnered heavy interest and continues in popularity with a large number of sales since it was released. Customer satisfaction with the product has been positive as well.
IdolPad PLUS offers a capacitive touch screen which has a lower response time and is more sensitive than a resistive touch screen. Also, the capacitive touch screen transmits 90 percent of the light emitted from it which provides a better viewing experience. It also offers a Cortex A8 1 GHz CPU processor, 512MB RAM and 4GB storage on Android 4.0. The design is very thin and light with fully functional Android Google Play and Adobe Flash Player. And with its price tag of $98, the IdolPad PLUS is significantly less expensive than competitors, such as the Apple ipad and the Amazon Kindle Fire.
Expecting to generate heavy interest in the product, Jay Kim, founder of Idolian Mobile states that “The IdolPad PLUS will be available for pre-orders on our website (http://www.idolian.com) by June 8 and shipping will begin June 20th.” Also, it will be available for sale on Amazon, Sears and buy.com as well.
In addition to the IdolPad PLUS, Idolian will introduce TouchTab IPS, IdolPad 10 and TurboTab 10 within the next few weeks. The company also plans to add an action camera/camcorder to its current product offerings.
Currently, Idolian offers 11 different Tablet PC models from its website. Tablet PC accessories and an extended protection plan are also available.
“We are excited about the release of IdolPad PLUS and its impact on the Tablet PC market. We continue to offer the most affordable Tablet PCs available today,” says Kim.
About Idolian Mobile
Founded in 2010 and headquartered in Newport Beach, California, Idolian Mobile Inc. (http://www.idolian.com) is a manufacturer and supplier of Tablet PCs and Tablet accessories. Since its inception, Idolian Mobile has put affordable Tablet PCs into the hands and homes of extremely satisfied customers worldwide.
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