Polaroid has shown their versatility as a company by recently unveiling their latest entries in the tablet market in this year’s CES. Let’s get a little acquainted with their newest creations.
The two Android slates are the M10 and M7. The former sports a 10.1-inch display while the M7, as you might’ve guessed, has 7. Both tablets, though different in size, sports the same resolution which is 1280×800.
The bigger of the two sports a quad-core A7 processor with an unknown clock speed while a 1.6GHz dual-core A9 chip is running the show for the little guy. Both of these tablets’ processors are complemented by a Gigabyte of RAM and will feature an option to expand the on-board storage (16GB for the M10 and 8GB for the M7) via Micro-SD card.
Although both devices will sport the 2MP front-mounted camera, the smaller dude will not have the 5MP snapper at the back unlike the M10. Note though that these tablets will run on a skinned version of Android Jelly Bean which has a Windows 8 feel to it because of its widget tiles.
Shipping is due on the late Q1 or the first half of Q2 with pricing pegged at USD229 for the M10 and USD129 for the M7.