Next3 Android tablet now available from HSN.com
Do you recall that tablet with an odd screen size that I showed you last month? It’s now available from the Home Shopping Network for $199.
The Next3 is based on a 8.4″ LCD screen (800×600). According to the spec sheet it has 2GB Flash, a SD card slot, Wifi, accelerometer, headphone jack, and speakers. Like the Next2 I reviewed last week, the Next3 is tied to the Borders ebookstore.
But unlike the Next2, the Next3 runs Android v2.1. This is very good news; it means that you shouldn’t have trouble installing apps.
I’d want to get my hands on it before making a recommendation, but at $200 i think this might be a good value. The Next2 was a decent tablet, and I expect the Next3 to be a good one, too.
Gadget Queen December 26, 2010 um 2:41 am
Got my nextbook, it’s really nice looking. I am charging it just as requested. Others have said they have had difficulties with turinging the product on. Well, so far so good for me! As soon as I plugged my unit into the wall, my display lite up. That’s a good indication that I’ll be surfing the net soon. Prior to this purchase I bought a Coby Kyros tablet, it was nice but it kept dropping the Wifi connection. I just hope that the Next3 will live up to all that it claims. —I’m just looking for a cool toy, not anything Earth shattering:)
Kelley December 26, 2010 um 8:12 pm
I have had mine for over a week now and have not had any problems with it. I am still trialing it as I want to make sure we will actually get some good use out of it. It’s taken some getting used to and the touch screen seems to be a little difficult at times but overall, I think we like it.
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