Looking for a tablet to do homework on in the new school year? Well, the Nextbook Premium7SE looks like a hot back to school offer, a cheap Android tablet going for $149.99. Of course, you can also play Angry Birds on it, if that’s your thing. This device runs Android 4.0 ICS and allows you to surf the web, play games, stream video and more.

You can read books on it and it even gives you access to the Google Play Store, something that some cheap tablets don’t. Nextbook Premium7SE integrates WiFi and ships with 25 preloaded e-books and supports the use of digital versions of textbooks via Android apps. You also get a 0.3MP camera at the front, a speaker and a bookstore app. This software is in fact the Barnes & Noble Nook app, so it’s top notch.

It appears we left the most important part out: diagonal size. This Nextbook unit is 7 inches in diagonal, supports a 800 x 480 pixel resolution and integrates a G sensor. The storage available here is 4 GB and the tablet also has a microSD card slot for more memory. The memory card slot supports up to 32 GB in cards. Not the best tablet I’ve seen, but this amount of money it’s pretty good.

  • Brian

    800 x 400 is hardly as “Hi Res” as the marketing claims. Another $50.00, and you can have a WXGA screen and Jellybean with the Nexus 7.