Monster Announces the M7 Android Tablet
Monster moves into the tablet space with their M7! In a surprising move out of left field the once Beat’s Electronic manufacturer, Monster has just entered the tablet space. The company who is well known for producing amazingly over priced but, quality audio and visual cables recently lost out on their deal with Beat’s and it looks as if it is time for the company to spread its wings…into tablets! The new Monster made M7 tablet does not have a gold plated micro USB port and a 3.5mm headset jack made of rare earth materials, but what it does have is a cool looking design and surprisingly enough, a super low price point.
While opinions on Monster and their ‘premium’ cables, home theater accessories and audio visual gadgets may vary, one thing that is not normally said about the manufacturer is that they’ve just launched a product that is affordable! But is it worth it? The new Monster M7 tablet was announced today and has already gone on sale as an exclusive via Walmart.Com. The M7 will cost anyone interested a mere $149 bucks. So what can you expect from such an affordable tablet? The M7 starts with a 7 inch touch screen that offers up a 1280×800 pixel resolution that is built into an 11 mm thin body. The mediocre quality touch screen will give its end users access to Android version 4.1. Internally the M7 gets its go from the likes of a 1.5 GHz dual core processor, 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage and expandable micro SD memory options. The M7 houses a 5 mega pixel rear facing camera as well as a 2 mega pixel front mounted sensor. Additionally the Monster M7 packs in GPS, Bluetooth 4.0, W-Fi, an 8 hour battery life, as well as a Mini HDMI output, just don’t catch yourself buying a Monster made HDMI cable…seriously don’t.
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