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7/26/2013 | 8:46:41 AM
re: Google Nexus 7 Heats Up Mini-Tablet Battle
One other Asia based tabletmaker that launched an impressive new tablet series this week is Pipo Electronics, including the Pipo M7 Pro ($255) that for about the same price as the new Nexus 7 II, features a much larger 8.9 inch display with 1900x1200 screen resolution, a Quad core processor, along with built-in GPS navigation... and is packed with other features and the latest technology that compares to the new Nexus -- There's also an 8-inch model similar to the mini iPad G«Ű the Pipo U8 ($195) that's almost as compact as the Nexus 7", but features 65% more screen space in its 8-inch form, which truly makes a difference in user experience... both new Android tablets work with Miracast HD Wireless (like Apple AirPlay), offer premium speakers, WiFi with both 2.4 and 5.0 GHz frequencies for greater connection, and an option of using either Android or a new Windows style User Interface with premium features to make the Android experience much more user friendly and intuitive.

Both new models are available through Tab l e t S p r i n t -- which also adds in some useful Apps, including an MS Office Suite App and several premium Games, including the popular 3D game Shadowgun.


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