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Pandigital Launches 230-dollar Android Tablet-Style eReader

by: Matthew SabatiniOctober 13, 2011

Pandigital recently added a new device–the Pandigital Supernova–to its Media Tablets family. Although its not the most incredible new tablet to hit the market, it’s listed with a sweet little price tag of only US$230.

Don’t forget, though, that you get what you pay for, and this product is a great example of that theory. Pandigital has decided to load a modified version of Android 2.3 Gingerbread onto the tablet along with a mere 4 GB of internal storage. However, the device is being marketed as an “eReader” and therefore this product is right in that wheelhouse. In addition, it will offer tablet and [...]

 
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Star, Nova And Planet From Pandigital Are Set To Complete Your Android Universe

by: Aerol BibatAugust 5, 2011

Here’s some good news for those looking for dependable and cheap Android tablets. Pandigital has just confirmed that they will be releasing three new tablets this month. They are the Pandigital Planet, Pandigital Nova and Pandigital Star and the price tag for them will start at $159. A fourth tablet is in the works and will be released next month.

So what exactly will you be getting if you pick up any of these tablets? First of all, they’re all 7-inch slates with full touchscreen capabilities. These tablets run on a decent enough CPU that you will be able to handle most of what you need to do on a tablet like Internet browsing, video playing and other [...]

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Pandigital to offer Novel, a $200 Android eBook reader

by: Michael OrylMay 25, 2010

Pandigital Novel

Electronic photo frame company Pandigital has announced that it plans to offer a new Android-based eBook reader called the Novel for $199.99.  The device features a 7-inch 800 x 600 pixel touchscreen display and weighs a solid 16oz (454g).  That’s right, a full pound.

The Novel can read EPUB, PDF, and HTML files, but no mention is made at all of the Android Market, though the press release refers to a number of built-in applications, such as email, full web browser, and photo viewing support. Pandigital says the device runs an (unspecified) ARM11 compatible processor. ARM’s website says that ARM11 processors run [...]

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