[CES 2011] Korean electronics manufacturer, Enspert, has just introduced their 2011 IDENTITY product line to the world today at CES. The IDENTITY line up will contain Android tablets that are designed for education and entertainment, delivering color LCD eBook reader capabilities with HD-quality video playback and web browsing. The IDENTITY Tab E201 is WiFi enabled, and scheduled to be available in the US early this year. The E301 will have 3G and WiFi and will be available shortly after. Some of the tablets will be sold through a leading wireless carrier in time for the 2011 back to school season. Expect these tablets to be affordable, if schooling kids are Enspert’s targeted age group. The E300 series will all be running on Android Gingerbread (2.3) instead of Honeycomb, so expect to arrive in the earlier part of the year before Honeycomb’s release. After all, who would buy a tablet running an older version of Android when they can get one with an updated version of their operating system?
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