Budget Android tablet maker E Fun has launched a new 7 inch tablet running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The E Fun Nextbook Premium 7SE is available now for $150.

But I’m not really sure why you’d buy it.

E Fun Nextbook Premium 7SE

The tablet features an 800 x 480 pixel display, 4GB of storage, a front-facing 0.3MP camera, and a microSD card slot. It has an unspecified ARM Cortex-A8 single core processor, 512MB of memory, and 802.11n WiFI.

E Fun says you should get about 5 hours of battery life from the tablet.

It comes preloaded with Adobe Flash Player 11, the GetJar app store and B&N NOOK app for eBooks.

But here’s the thing — for the same price you could get a NOOK Color with a 7 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display and 8GB of storage. Or for $20 more you could get a NOOK Tablet with a dual core ARM Cortex-A9 CPU.

Or $199 would get you a Google Nexus 7 with a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, 8GB of storage, Android 4.1 software, and access to the Google Play Store.

I get that it’s tough to make an inexpensive tablet stand out these days, thanks to Google, B&N, and Amazon. But if you can afford a $150 E Fun Nextbook Premium 7SE, you can probably afford a better tablet.

Device makers like E Fun either need to drop prices even lower… or find some other way to distinguish their products.

via MarketWatch

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6 replies on “E Fun launches Nextbook Premium 7SE tablet for $150”

  1. Yet another budget friendly android tablet has come to the market. Honestly saying, its not a smart competitor. Yeah price is not so fair which doesn’t deserve for this configuration.

  2. See Light in the Box ad above for the number one reason this tablet is DOA.

  3. Or for the same money one could get some Cortex-A9 dual core tablet from China – see Cube, Ainol, Ramos and other tablet makers.

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