Aluratek is among the companies announcing tablets in these CES-filled days. They’ve just unveiled the Libre Air e-reader and the Cinepad tablet, with some pretty appealing specs, detailed below. Libre Air is a 5 inch e-reader with TFT LCD screen, while the Cinepad is a 10 inch Android slate.

The e-reader will support WiFi, use a curved case and sell for $130, while the Cinepad uses Foxconn hardware and could be priced at $300, shipping next month. This device runs Android 2.2 on a 10.1 inch 1024 x 600 pixel screen and there’s a 2600 mAh battery on board, providing enough juice for 10 hours of functioning.

WiFi and Adobe Flash Lite are also present on the slate, together with a microSD card slot.

  • This Android-powered tablet won’t be a strain to your eyes, sporting a capacitive 10.1-inch ultra crisp and responsive touch screen LCD display, while delivering a seamless Internet experience with the inclusion of Adobe Flash Lite. Integrated WI-Fi connectivity helps you keep abreast with your emails and instant messages if and when required.