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West Covina, Calif. – E Fun is launching its first Android tablet with access to the Google Play store to download apps and content.
The 7-inch Nextbook Premium 7SE-GP will be available in early December at a suggested $129.
With GooglePlay access, the tablet downloads apps, games music, movies, and offers such Google apps as Gmail, Google Talk, Google+, Google Maps, and YouTube.
The Wi-Fi tablet also gets 5GB of free Cloud storage with Google Drive, and with Google Play’s Cloud features, tablet users can access their downloaded content not just on the Nextbook but on any desktop, laptop or smartphone.
Other new features in the Android 4.0 tablet tablet compared to its predecessor include 1GB RAM, HDMI-out port to send 1080p HD video to a TV or computer, and a full-size USB host port with 3G dongle support.
And the unit also has a 800 by 480 16:9 multitouch capacitive display, 1GHz processor, front camera, 4GB of embedded flash memory, 32GB MicroSD slot, a G sensor for auto-rotate orientation, and over-the-air (OTA) firmware-update capability.
The Nextbook 7SE-GP is preloaded with Net Nanny parental controls and CloudLink’s Productivity Toolbox, which includes numerous free applications such as 5GB of free Cloud storage, free mobile security, wireless printing and credit-card processing.
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