You might be unaware of budget tablet-maker called E Fun, but it’s not going to stop the company unveiling a few products over at CES floor, next week, in Los Angeles. Two of the company’s products are 7-incher 7GP and the 8-incher 8GP Nextbooks, that the E Fun wrapped off earlier this morning — for those looking for a little extra real estate. For those wondering, the GP in the model names stand for Google Play, which means the both tablets have the full Google Play support — to the Store’s 700,000 apps and games to choose from.
The Jelly Bean-running 7-inch model of E Fun Nextbook packs a 1024×600 pixels resolution-equipped display, a dual-core 1.5GHz chip, 1GB RAM, 8GB of (expandable) internal memory, HDMI-out, and dual shooters.
While the 8-inch version of the device offers a higher-resolution 1280×800 HD display, a 1.5GHz dual-core chip, 1GB RAM, 8GB of (expandable) internal storage, Bluetooth, and HDMI-out alongside a full USB 2.0 port. This model also runs under Android v4.1 Jelly Bean.
The 7GP Nextbook and 8GP Nextbook are tagged $129 and $169, respectively; with the shipping expected by next month. We’re looking forward for an official launch from the CES 2013, stay tuned.