OLPC and Vivitar Surfaces XO Tablets boasting 7” & 10” Display

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We come across several devices that get launched every day, OLPC and Vivitar are one among then which debuted last year in the gadget market introducing its first Android Tablet. Now they are back with the launch of new range of tablets by the name XO Tablets sporting different screen sizes. Other details on its specs-sheet are discussed ahead in the article.

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After debuting of their Android tablet, OLPC and Vivitar are all set to launch their new range of tablet dubbed as XO Tablets 7 and XO tablet 10.

Coming to the specifications, XO tablets runs on Android OS and is powered by quad-core processors. Both the tablets have similar specs but different screen sizes i.e. one with 7-inch tablet and other is 10-inch tablet. The XO tab with 7-inch display boasts a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels which is same with the 10-inch display. In terms of memory, the tablet boards 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of inbuilt storage that can be expanded using microSD card.

The XO tabs sports 5MP rear facing camera for photography and video recording. It also equips 2MP front-facing camera for video calling and self portrait. Connectivity-wise, the OLPC tablet comes with necessary options like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS (for 10-inch display only). The device packs battery that offers 7 hours of battery life and 12 hours backup.

The tablet features educational stuffs and Apps making it the tablet aiming for the students. It also comes with digital microscope that can magnify up to 300x along with a digital telescope magnifying up to 200x. Besides the friendly UI it supports Google Play Store and other third-party Android apps.

Coming to the prices, the 7-inch XO model is priced starting at $150 whereas for the 10 inch it is $200. If you are looking for a student and study oriented tablet then you can consider OLPC and Vivitar’s XO tablets.

Do you find the XO tablets reasonable at the quoted price and specs? Share your views by writing in the comment section below. Via

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