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Elonex expands their line up with new e-reader, tablet

My contact at Elonex just sent me a bunch of stuff on their latest gadgets.  They’ve recently added another 7″ ereader and a 7″ tablet to their offerings.

First up is the 705EB. This ereader is an improved version of the 700EB that’s both thinner and lighter (but the same screen resolution). It has the same video, audio, and ebook abilities. It comes with 4GB Flash storage, a microSD card slot, speaker, microphone, adn a video out option.Battery life is around 8 hours (for reading).

Next is the 760ET, a new 7″ tablet running Android v2.2 on a 1GHz CPU, with 4GB Flash storage, Wifi, webcam, a resistive touchscreen, microSD card slot, accelerometer, speakers, and HDMI out. Battery life is around 3 and a half hours. This one has a retail of £99, and it should be getting Flash support this spring.

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Andy March 2, 2011 um 8:12 am

They’ve had the 1000ET out for some time now, is this referring to an uprated version of the tablet?

Nate the great March 2, 2011 um 8:25 am

So they did, thanks. I was sent the wrong stuff. I’ll fix it.

Elonex introduces its latest £99 Android tablet – Liliputing June 23, 2011 um 10:05 am

[…] The Digital Reader reports the Elonex 760ET has a 1 GHz processor, 4GB of storage, and WiFi. It has a microSD card slot, acelerometer, speakers, and HDMI output. It runs Google Android 2.2 and support for Adobe Flash is expected in a few months. […]

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