I love the “cheapie” android tablets, not sure why exactly, I think it has to do with the fact that they can be hacked or flashed easily. Light in the Box just sent me over their PR about a new one they’re carrying called the Ouku. Price is $125, it’s running Android 2.1 with an 800mhz processor with a 7” screen. It sounds good but it’s has a resistive touch screen…
Online retailer LightInTheBox.com has added a new Android Tablet (http://www.lightinthebox.com/_p166746.html) to its computer category.
The new Ouku Tab from LightInTheBox.com is changing the way people look at China’s low-cost tablet computers. The first generation Ouku Tab offers consumers a viable alternative to high priced tablets, without compromising quality, user experience or functionality.
Powered by Android 2.1, the Ouku Tab offers the stability and performance usually associated with more expensive tablet devices. Users can surf the web, watch videos, listen to music, read e-books, play games, send emails, check Facebook and stay up to date with Twitter, all for the price of a branded MP3 player. The Ouku Tab also utilizes 720p HD home theater playback, comes with a built in camera and unlike Apple’s iPad, Ouku Tab supports Flash 10.1.
"Consumer response to this tablet has been excellent," says LightInTheBox.com Computer Category Manager Jack Robson. "Ouku Tab has exceeded expectations and is setting a new standard for low-cost tablet computers. When it comes to value I genuinely believe this tablet is unbeatable".
The Ouku Tab is available now on LightInTheBox.com.
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