The race to the bottom of the tablet market continues it seems. For those users willing to scrape on the quality of their tablet-using experience in order to save cash but don’t want to compromise on enjoying the latest flavor of Google’s Android OS, then E Fun’s Next 7S could be the answer. If you can tolerate a 2 point capacitive touch screen and the lack of the Android Market then the attractive $130 price point could make this a bargain slate. The specs include a 1GHz single-core CPU, an uninspiring 800×480 display resolution, mini-USB and 4GB of internal storage (upgradable to 32GB via microSD slot).

Running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich it features access to the Barnes & Noble Nook store and the GetJar App Store. The Next 7S is billed as being ideal for ‘Moms’┬áto check their emails, surf the web and watch YouTube videos. The ‘Moms’ reference relates to the tablet’s impending release date of Mother’s Day. As the press release clearly outlines: “While appreciated by techies, E FUN products are primarily designed for consumers who desire the latest technological products, but are more concerned with what they do, not how they do it.” Additional features include a front-facing camera, support for Flash 11 and 1080P video.

The Next 7S has just gone on sale now at select stores throughout the US.


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