Le Pan II Tablet Debuts For Under $300

Posted: Jan 9 2012, 2:33pm CST | by , Updated: Jan 9 2012, 2:35pm CST, in News | CES

 
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9.7-inch tablet surfaces

A company called Le Pan has launched a new tablet called the Le Pan II tablet. The machine has a 1.2GHz processor inside and rocks 1GB of RAM. The operating system is Android 3.2 Honeycomb and the tablet has a 9.7-inch screen. The tablet has a front video camera.

The tablet has a design that is meant to look appealing and elegant. The glass on the front is edge to edge and the device has GPS inside. The GPS allows for navigation using the tablet. The company will update the tablet to Android 4.0 in Q1 2012.

The screen has a resolution of 1024 x 768 and supports multitouch. The outside of the tablet is covered in brushed aluminum for style. The tablet will sell for $299.99. It's worth noting that the tablet has WiFi only. Therefore, to use the navigation you need a hotspot.

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