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eFun Nextbook Elite 10 tablet to be unveiled at CES! Affordable 10-incher with Android 4.0, anyone…?

January 5, 2012 | by Adrian Diaconescu

Android News, Tablets

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We are days away from the 2012 CES in Las Vegas, but the technology market has already gone crazy! Manufacturers, both unknown and well-established brands, are either officially unveiling new products or unanimously letting leaks get through, and each technology enthusiast is already counting its money and making plans.

The next tablet might not be on top of everyone’s shopping lists, but then again it comes with a couple of interesting features. The eFun Nextbook Elite 10 is a 10-incher running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and, according to the rumors, will be available for less than 300 bucks.

While we are yet to receive an official announcement from the US-based consumer electronics company, credible sources tell us that the slate will be on display in Las Vegas next week.

The technical details are for the time being quite shady, but what we do know is that the 10-incher will be powered by a Broadcom dual-core 1.1 GHz processor and will sport a 9.7-inch display with 1024 x 768 pixels resolution. Taking these into consideration and adding into the mix the Android 4.0 OS, as well as the pretty affordable price tag, I can’t help but notice that the slate doesn’t look half bad on paper.

We also know that the Nextbook Elite 10 will feature a 2 MPx front-facing camera, which once again is pretty nice, but it’s a bit worrisome that this particular detail was leaked, and not others, like the rear-facing camera, the internal storage space or the RAM. I for one think that it’s because those features will not be as impressive, but for the time being it’s just speculation.

If you are the least bit intrigued about this mysterious tablet from eFun, keep in touch with our website in the following days for more details!

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