Pandigital launches affordable Android tablets
Pandigital has announced a new series of budget Android tablets running on Gingerbread and FroYo. Dubbed as Pandigital Planet, Pandigital Nova and Pandigital Star – these will be available this month to consumers starting at $159 MSRP.
All the three tablets come with 1GHz processors and 7 inch display, while Nova will come with Android 2.3, Star and Planet will feature Android 2.2. There is no Android Market or Google Apps suite, you get Getjar app store onboard.
“We’re excited to share this family of media tablets that feature innovative technology at an incredible value to our customers,” said Dean Finnegan, founder and CEO, Pandigital. “We have included many of the features and functionality that consumers have come to expect from much higher priced devices. To further enhance the customer experience, each model also includes several advanced features, such as the ability to browse the Internet, catch up on email, watch movies, and share photos on the family TV from the tablet.”
Product Availability and Pricing
The three Pandigital Android™ media tablets will be available at leading retailers across the U.S. The Pandigital Planet (R70A200) is currently available for $189 MSRP, the Pandigital Nova (R70F400/ R70F452) will be available this week for $189 MSRP, and the Pandigital Star (R70B200) will be available mid-August for $159 MSRP.