Polish website tabletowo details two interesting Android 4.0 tablets, the Pentagram Tab 7.0 and Tab 8.0. both run the latest Android, pack 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage. From what I can see here they’re pretty bulky and have a large bezel and their form factor reminds me of something that Huawei would do.

The more unusual model between the two is certainly the 8 incher unit. Pentagram Tab 8.0 supports a 1024 x 768 pixel resolution, while the 7 inch unit offers support for 800 x 480 pixels. Both devices come with single core processors, the Allwinner A10 1.2GHz unit with the Mali 400 GPU. Also on board we find webcams with QVGA resolution, microSD card slots, HDMI, mini USB port and access to Google Play. Official prices are not disclosed, but I expect something in the area of $150 or at most $200 here.

There will probably be a higher price for the higher diagonal unit. We have seen literally dozens of Android 4.0 cheap tablets each week, just like we saw last year an avalanche of cheap Honeycomb slates. That’s why Android is getting more and more traction, but people seem to continue to prefer the iPad…. Quality prevails!