Laser Corporation isn’t a very well known brand when it comes to product and marketing, but yesterday the company announced it’s new and updated budget MID eTouch Android Tablet range, coming in 4 various flavours for nearly everyone starting with the MID 742- 7” eTouch Tablet, MID741 – 7” eTouch Tablet KIDS, MID 740- 7” eTouch Tablet KIDS and the MID1040- 10” eTouch Tablet.
Having a look, here is what each MID eTouch Tablet is bringing to the market:
MID 742- 7” eTouch Tablet
The MID 742- 7” eTouch Tablet is offering pretty much budget/entry-level device. The device does have an recommended retail price of $129.95, however Big W is offering the device in its latest catalogue for $98. Specs included are as follows:
It is sad that the device is running a now very old Android software, however this is somewhat expected given the price tag and market this device is aiming for.
MID741 – 7” eTouch Tablet KIDS and MID 740- 7” eTouch Tablet KIDS
The MID741 – 7” eTouch Tablet KIDS and MID 740- 7” eTouch Tablet KIDS are, well being marketed to the kids market, taking on a number of tablets that are being slowly released to this new market level.
The specs include:
The device does offer parental control and time usage management along with kid-friendly apps and parent approved websites, pre-loaded and ready to go. It also comes with soft covers just as an extra precaution for those unexpected bumps and knocks.
The MID741 – 7” eTouch Tablet KIDS and MID 740- 7” eTouch Tablet KIDS are available for the RRP $149.95.
MID1040- 10” eTouch Tablet
Finally we come to the MID1040- 10” eTouch Tablet which is being marketed as your GPS maps friend, as it comes pre-loaded with Nokia’s Here Maps (formerly NAVTEQ). The full range of specs include:
If your wishing to grab yourself a tablet navigation assistant, then the MID1040- 10” eTouch Tablet might be for you. The RRP for the MID1040- 10” eTouch Tablet has been placed at $199.95.
Are you in the market for a cheap Android Tablet? What do you think of the new Laser MID eTouch Tablets?