To many the lack of iPhone 5, iPod 5 and iPad 3 at last weeks Apple Keynote was a major blow, however for others, such as Chinese Android tablet makers, the lack of iPad 3 was a god send!
Here are 3 new Chinese Android tablets available in stores across the U.S and Europe now!
Lenovo A1 7-inch Tablet
First up is our fave little tablet of the hour the Lenovo A1 tablet. We’ve already stated that the A1 could be the best tablet you could buy on a budget this year, and new the 7 inch Gingerbread tablet has arrived in U.S stores.
The A1 is available in 2 models a 2GB $199 version in black or white, and a 16GB $249 model which comes in black, white, purple, blue and red.
Lenovo have managed to give the little A1 a 1Ghz CPU, Micro SD card reader Wi-Fi, 2 mega-pixel front camera, 5 mega-pixel rear and even true GPS! A huge bonus for those of us on the move.
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Nextbook Premium 8
The Nextbook Premium8 is pricier than the Lenovo at $299 but it gets a slightly larger 8 inch screen but only 4GB of storage.
There is also 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, a front-facing 2-megapixel camera, a microSD slot, Android 2.3 and a mini-USB port, but lack GPS and the rear camera. Also at $299 its $100 more than the Kindle Fire.
The Pandadigital Supernova is no stranger to Gizchina. The 8-inch tablet has a very similar specification to the Lenovo A1 but again without the GPS.
It’s got an 8-inch screen, front- and rear-facing cameras and uses a 1GHz Cortex A8 processor, but only 4GB of storage compared to the 16GB in the IdeaPad A1.
Like the A1 however the SuperNova does have a microSD slot that lets it expand up to 32GB.
If you have tried any of these tablets, bought one or even know of another well priced Android tablet currently on sale please feel free to leave us a comment below.