Hyundai is usually known as a car company rather than a brand that makes tablets or smartphones. Now it has entered the low end tablet market with the A7 model, going for just $110. The model is pictured here and we’re dealing with a 7 inch Android 4.0 device, that supports a 800 x 480 pixel resolution and even 1080p content through HDMI output to a HDTV.

There’s also a 1.5GHz single core processor inside, 512MB of RAM, 8 GB of internal storage and a 3000 mAh battery on board. As far as connectivity goes, there’s WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n and the option to connect to a 3G network via USB dongle. The A7 looks like a decent tablet and it’s priced at around $110.13 at Focalprice.com. With these specs and this price, it would be a pity not to buy one, although I’m wondering if this isn’t one of those tablets that breaks down after its warranty expires.

As far as the design goes, I can see it has stereo speakers, a pretty big virtual keyboard, it plays Fruit Ninja and it looks very much like an e-reader.

  • Guest

    I didnt find any reference for the warranty. Any idea how much is the warrranty

  • Adccc

    Hey, writter! This is wrong information! HYUNDAI Motor or Any affiliates of HYUNDAI Groups do not make this kinds of IT products. We, HYUNDAI IT, have the legal rights of HYUNDAI trademark for desktop PC and laptop and computer monitor and other computer peripherals. We licensed our trademark to some Chinese dealers. and it’s all from a Chinese manufacturer of tablet PC in China.
    Please, do not reveal any such a wrong information on any website. If not, you would be responsible for such demage for brand image or any losses.