Tablet makers surely have a lot of love for Android 4.0 and the above pictured eFun Nextbook Elite 10 slate is just another example of this fact.
Coming from the same company that also developed the Nextbook Premium 9 Gingerbread tablet, this new device will make its arrival at CES 2012 sporting Android Ice Cream Sandwich.
Google’s OS will be run by a Broadcom dual-core 1.1GHz SoC that will stand behind a 9.7-inch display with a 1024x768 resolution.
The rest of the specs list is largely unknown, but engadget has somehow managed to find out that a 2MP front-facing camera will also be part of the package, while additional apps can be downloaded from the SlideME app market.
Access to Google’s Market place would have been a lot nicer if you ask me, but since this will sell for somewhere between $250 and $280 (195 to 218 EUR), I guess that we can look past this (now) minor flaw.