Polaroid is expanding its dirt cheap tablet lineup with new models starting at $129. The company plans to show off several new models as part of its Q Series lineup at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Polaroid Q10

There models with 7 to 10 inch displays, and they’ll be cleverly called the Polaroid Q7, Q8, and Q10. I’ll let you figure out which is which.

The new tablets are all Google Certified devices with access to the Google Play Store, and they each feature Android 4.4 KitKat software, a quad-core processor, WiFi, Bluetooth, and HDMI. There are front-facing speakers and cameras on the front and backs.

Prices are expected to run between $129 and $179.

While Polaroid doesn’t exactly have a reputation for offering great Android tablets, the specs don’t look half bad… showing yet again that budget tablets have come a long way since the Augen Gentouch78.

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4 replies on “Polaroid introduces Q Series tablets for $129 and up”

  1. Considering the lack of support this unit will see from Polaroid you’d probably do just as good or better buying a good Rockchip SOC quad core 10″ direct from China.

    1. Until you read the rest of the specs that weren’t published here.

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