A tablet a day keeps the doctor away – or does it keep boredom away? That’s what the Nextbook Premium 7 from E FUN is all about, where this 7″ capacitive touch-screen Android-powered computer will feature Flash 10.1 support, coupled with Wi-Fi connectivity, an e-reader functionality, Kobo app, SlideME application manager, and the new OfficeSuite Viewer and ASTRO File Manager.
You won’t find Android 3.0 Honeycomb here, so there really isn’t any optimized Android tablet experience, but will instead be powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread. On the bright side, at least the Nextbook Premium 7 can be upgraded in the future thanks to Over The Air (OTA) capabilities. Other hardware specifications include a 1GHz processor, 4GB of built-in flash memory, a SD memory card slot for expansion purposes, a G-sensor and integrated speakers.
With Wi-Fi connectivity, you can use the Nextbook Premium 7 to send emails, browse the Internet, watch YouTube videos, and listen to MP3 files amongst others. For $299.99, this is a mid-range model in the world of tablet,s and we do hope to see Android 3.0 Honeycomb released for it in due time for a better user experience. You can pick up the Nextbook Premium 7 from June 19th onwards.
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