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Maker of budget-priced and Android-powered tablets E Fun has just announced its latest product, the 7-inch Nextbook Premium 7SE-GP. It's the company's first to have access to the Google Play store (hence the GP suffix), letting users access hundreds of thousands of games and apps along with millions of e-books, songs, and movies. Hardware specs include a 1GHz Amlogic A9 processor paired with 1GB of RAM, while the capacitive touchscreen has 800x480 resolution.
Lifestyle consumer electronics designer E Fun announced today the release of its Nextbook Next 7S Android tablet. The new tablet rounds out a line of budget offerings in E Fun's Nextbook line.
A company called E Fun has released two new Android-powered e-book readers, the Next5 and Next6. A third device, the Next4, hasn't been seen yet but is expected to arrive later this Spring. The two available devices are powered by Android 2.1 and get Wi-Fi, motion sensors, speakers, and SD memory card slots.
E Fun just announced the addition of a new tablet under its Nextbook brand, the Next3. It uses an 8.4-inch touchscreen and runs on Android 2.1. The tablet can access YouTube, browse the web and the Borders eBook store through Wi-Fi.