Ematic FunTab Family tablet range running Android 4.0 launches at CES

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Throwing its hand in to the ever-expanding range of neon-colored rubber-edged ‘family’ tablets, Ematic has announced its Funtab series of tablets — all running Android 4.0. They will also arrive with the company’s kid-friendly Zoodles mode. First up, the Funtab XL ($150) is a 9.7-inch touchscreen for multimedia consumption, with a 1.2GHz processor, and 16GB of internal storage. There’s also HDMI mirroring to connect the tablet to HDTVs, while there’s two (unspecified) cameras peering out from the front and rear.

Next up, both the FunTab ($120) and the FunTab Pro ($150) run on 7-inch capacitive screens, with the differences being the processor (the Pro version has a slower 1GHz processor versus the standard’s 1.2GHz) and the Pro’s ability to beam content through HDMI. The Pro version also has interchangeable faceplates — because nothing says professional quite like a hot pink border.

The smallest member, the FunTab Mini, pairs a 4.3-inch screen with a 1GHz processor and 4GB of storage. At 480 x 272 resolution, the screen is a little weedy, but it’ll also only hit your wallet for 60 bucks. The range is available across Walmart’s bricks-and-mortar stores and online.

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