Alcatel is a company that most South Africans have forgotten about, but beware SA they’re still around and they’ve released a few tablets at this years CES.
First the Evo line up :
The Evo range targets the lower market with 2 7″ tablets that are a direct challenge to the Kindle Fire, iPad mini and the lot.
Evo 7 HD:
Sporting a 7″ IPS display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, internally the 7 HD has a 1.6 dual core processor, 1 GB of RAM, 4GB of memory with a memory card slot and all of this is running on Android Jelly Bean. The Evo 7 HD will be released worldwide in may and will carry a price tag of $179(+-R1500) for the wi-fi model, $249(+-R2100) for the 3G model and $349(+-R2700 for the 4G LTE model(Ouch) .
Evo 7 :
The Evo 7 is a baseline with a 7″ display 1024 x 600 pixels, running under the hood is a 1GHz single core processor with 1 Gig Ram, 4GB of memory with a SD card slot, connectivity wise the Evo has bluetooth 2.1, Wi-fi and optional HSPA+ 21 the Evo 7 will be running Android ICS.
Now on to the One Touch Tab Family of tablets:
One Touch Tab 7 HD:
The device will come with a 7″ display IPS display of WXGA resolution (1280 x 800 pixels) and running it is a 1.6 dual core processor running the Android JB .
One Touch Tab 8 HD:
Tab 8 HD is built around an 8-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1024×768, both the Tab 7&8 HD have a memory card slot, 8GB of built in memory, both tablets pack a 2-megapixel rear camera and VGA front-facing one.
The One Touch 7 HD will cost $149(R+-R1200) and the One Touch 7 HD will cost $179(+- R1500)
Last but not least the One Touch Tab 7 which will cost the least yes things do get cheaper costing $129(R1100), it features a 7″ inch TFT display with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels, 1GB of RAM and a 1GHz single- core CPU. Your connection options are slim only Wi-fi and bluetooth.