Moonse E-7001 is a new 7-inch Android tablet with 3G
In the mood for a medium-sized Android tablet that can do 3G on the cheap? Well Moonse thinks they have one for you with their new E-7001 tablet. Moonse is a Shenzhen company that debuted this new tablet at the CCF 2010 show recently.
The Moonse E-7001 tablet features a 7-inch multitouch screen with an 800 x 480 resolution. It runs Android 1.5 off a Rockchip RK2808 600Mhz processor and comes with SD card storage which can be between 2GB to 32GB depending on the card you’re using. In addition to the WCDMA/EVDO selectable 3G, it has a WiFi b/g and LAN connectivity. Other features include a USB, 1.3MP front-facing camera, 720p HD capable playback, built-in MIC, headphone jack and stereo amplifier. The tablet measures 9.33 x 4.92 x 0.56 inches and has a 300mAh battery rated for 5 hours.
But the best thing about the Moonse E-7001 Android tablet is the price — it’s only $131 (900 yuan)! Per usual, there’s no word on when we might see the E-7001 hit the market, but at that price, they could make some very nice stocking stuffers at the end of the year.
Update: Here’s hands-on video by Shanzai that walks through the device.
Source: Red Ferret