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Whenever you hear about a tablet that costs lower than $100, one thing comes to mind: fire sale. So it comes as a surprise to the people who attended the CES 2012 to see an Ice Cream Sandwich-powered tablet that is intended to sell at just $79.

China-based MIPS introduces its Ainovo Novo7 Paladin budget tablet. It is currently available in its home land, but if you want it shipped to the United States, it might cost you more due to shipping and handling fees. MIPS assures the consuming public, however, that the added price would be around the industry standard.

It may not be the slimmest tablet in the market, but it has decent specs for a $79 tablet. The device features a 7-inch screen with 800 x 480 resolution, an core MIPS-made single-core 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, Android 4.0, 8GB of storage, a headphone jack, miniUSB port, volume buttons, and a microSD card slot for expandable memory. It also comes with three buttons on top of it: power, back, and menu.

But since the Ainovo Novo7 Paladin is a sub-100 tablet, expect some features to be absent. Cameras or GPS are no show on this tablet, for instance. If you want a camera, however, you can shell out $20 more for a $99 Novo7 basic.

Source: Engadget

 
 

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