Elonex demoed 6 tablets at IFA Berlin

Pocket-lint stopped by the booth today and snapped some photos of 6 of the new gadgets. Pocket-lint didn't get much detail in the way of specs, but they do know that the new line will retail from £99 to £159. The £159 is for a 10.1 Android tablet. The keyboard/case is an extra £39. The 7" Android tablet in the photo is £139, and its case costs £29. After the 2 larger tablets we have2 of what look like 5" devices. The really neat part is that one device is based on the same hardware as Copia's new 5" ereader (that is supposed to be out eventually). There's also a Netronix clone with a new case and a 7" device that I think might be the 710EB.

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