Some may not appreciate China’s efforts at putting out pirated products or imitation devices, but for the most part these devices tend to lean towards the cheaper side, allowing those on a budget to experience the technology that the rest of us are enjoying, and the Cutepad Z7 is not different.
If you’re living in China or if you somehow manage to come across the Cutepad Z7 in stores, you can expect a 7” touch screen display with a 1GHz Cortex A8 CPU under the hood with 512MB of RAM accompanying it. It will also come with 4GB of internal storage, HDMI out and even a front-facing camera.
It will also come preloaded with Android’s Froyo 2.2, which we guess isn’t ideal, but for what you’re paying it does seem like a pretty good deal. So how much can you expect to pay for all of this? Well apparently it’s going for a mere $78, but unfortunately it does not look like it will be available outside of China.
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