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E Fun just announced the addition of a new tablet under its Nextbook brand Next3 Android tablet.Next3 Android tablet runs on Android 2.1 and the ablet can access YouTube, browse the web and the Borders eBook store through Wi-Fi.Third-party apps also can run in this tablet and Next3 Android tablet available for $230……..

E FUN, a consumer electronics designer and marketer of fun, easy-to-use lifestyle products is primed to add the next model to its quickly growing Nextbook line of sleek, lightweight Android tablets. The Next3 with built-in e-reader, Android 2.1 and Wi-Fi, will be introduced on HSN today. The take anywhere/read anywhere Nextbook brand is just that: the next generation of books.Built-in Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g) convenience allows users to browse the Internet, receive and answer e-mails, watch YouTube videos, listen to Internet music providers and get real-time weather reports. Turning pages and choosing applications is as easy as lifting a finger with the touch-screen feature. Additional functions include a calculator, clock, and alarm.

Features :

  • eBook reader, video player, music player, photo viewer and web browser
  • 8.4″ (diagonal) color TFT Touchscreen, 4:3 Widescreen ratio
  • 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi for internet access
  • Preloaded with the Borders eBooks Application
  • Third-party applications available for more fun
  • Supported and protected by Adobe DRM
  • SD Card slot is available to increase storage capacity
  • Built-in speakers
  • Removable case provides added protection

The Next3 features Google’s powerful Android 2.1 operating system. It has a large 8.4-inch TFT color display, built-in speakers, 2GB flash memory with an SD card slot to increase storage capacity, and an MP3/photo viewer. For added fun third-party applications are available. An elegant, removable case with magnetic closure provides protection.Accessories include an AC adapter, USB cable and protective pouch. The Next3 is compatible with Windows2000/XP/Vista/Windows 7, Linux and MAC OS.The E FUN Next3 tablet e-reader will have a consumer friendly MSRP of $229.99. It will be available on HSN December 16 and 17, and then online and at brick and mortar retailers.


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