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E Fun Will Debut its Google Play Series of Tablets At CES 2013

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CES 2013 is less than a week away and there will plenty of tablets to play around with. One such tablet is the newest offering from E Fun. E Fun has created a line of Android tablets it is calling the Google Play Series. These tablets will include Google’s suite of applications including Google Play, Gmail and Google Maps. The first tablet in the Google Play series is the Nextbook 7GP. It’ll be available in February for $129.99.

Ready for some specs? The Nextbook 7GP has a 7-inch 1024 x 600 display, runs Android 4.1, is powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, contains front and rear cameras and has a HDMI-out port. Its internal storage taps out at 8GB, but it also has a microSD slot that can take memory cards up to 32GB. You can’t tell by the picture, but there’s a USB 2.0 port on this tablet as well.

The Nextbook 7GP also comes with some pre-loaded applications such as the Nook Store and Net Nanny. Hopefully those additional applications can be easily removed if you don’t want them.

$129 is a tempting price for an Android 4.1 tablet even if it is from a company that isn’t a household name. But as with all products, it’ll live and die based on how well it performs. If it’s lagging all over the place, it’ll be dead on arrival.

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