Thought a $399 iPad was a good deal for a tablet? UK-based Elonex is set to launch a new 7 inch Android tablet for just £99, or about $162 US.

The Digital Reader reports the Elonex 760ET has a 1 GHz processor, 4GB of storage, and WiFi. It has a microSD card slot, acelerometer, speakers, and HDMI output. It runs Google Android 2.2 and support for Adobe Flash is expected in a few months.

On the down side, the tablet has a resistive touchscreen and gets only about 3.5 hours of battery life. But what did you expect from a dirt cheap tablet?

Elonex already offers a couple of different 7 and 10 inch tablets including the eTouch 700ET and 1000ET. The new model has more storage and a newer version of Android than earlier models, but there’s no word on whether it will have a higher resolution display than the Elonex eTouch 700ET which has an 800 x 480 pixel screen.

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One reply on “Elonex introduces its latest £99 Android tablet”

  1. With a lower price one would have lower expectations but the description sounds better than the Augen Gentouch 78 that was at a similar price. Perhaps as an entertainment device for trips or to keep kigs occoupied when traveling or camping?

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