Pandigital has come up with a new budget tablet to pamper those who are looking for low cost. However, the new aspect of the tablet is limited to just its color, as the new Pandigital Novel tablet with a black outfit matches up to the white Pandigital Novel in every other aspect. Pandigital has unveiled the Novel white last year while the new Novel tablet in black is currently available at QVC for a price of $139.98.
However, while the price might seem tempting, in some aspects the cost cutting measures seem all too evident. The operating system is Android 2.0 while its the resistive touch screen technology that finds application in the new Novel. The tablet is powered by a Samsung ARM 11 mobile processor coupled to a 256 mb DRAM. The tablet has a 2 GB internal memory and features 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi to connect to the internet.
These apart, the black Pandigital Novel includes other features such as a headphone jack, a mini USB 2.0 port, SD, MMC memory card reader along with an integrated accelerometer for automatic screen rotation. The tablet also includes built in speakers and sorts a 7 inch 800 x 600 pixel display.
So to those of you who think the above will suffice, flock to your closest QVC. They are currently accepting orders for the tablet.
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