Android Tablet Wholesaler Announces One of the First Android 4.1 Tablets: Chinavasion

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China-based Android Tablets supplier Chinavasion Wholesale Ltd recently announced a series of new budget-priced Tablet PCs running the 4.1 "Jelly Bean" version of the Android Operating System developed by Google. According to the wholesaler, the first model of the line, named the "Diablo" offers capabilities to rival big brand tablets at a much cheaper price point for retailers to source.

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Cutting-edge technology at an affordable price is possible, just not from companies like Samsung, Motorola, Sony or Dell.

Brand name tablet makers might like to make a song and dance about offering a device with the latest Android Tablet OS, but China wholesale company Chinavasion beat them to the punch by an incredible three months according to company PR Manager Rose Li.

On September 24 this year Chinavasion launched the cutting edge 9.7 inch Android 4.1 Diablo tablet, just one month after the release of Google and Asus's flagship Nexus 7 tablet and 1 month before the release of the next brand name offering according to Li.

And with retail prices of US$200 compared to US$329 for the Motorola Xoom and US$369 for the Samsung Galaxy Tab Li says it is also making high performance tablets more affordable.

"Cutting-edge technology at an affordable price is possible," says Li. "Just not from companies like Samsung, Motorola, Sony or Dell.”

The tablet, which has a Dual Core Cortex A9 1.6 GHz processor and a 8000mAh battery is the first in a series of dual core Android tablets being made available through Chinavasion's wholesale website.

It features a 16GB internal memory, 1024x768 resolution and native support for 24 media formats including FLV, FLAC and EPUB.

Li says there already has been good demand for the powerful Diablo and she expects this to filter through to other tablets.

Google trends, which measures the number of times a word is searched compared to other searches carried out in the same period, recorded just 11 searches out of 100 for Cheap Android tablets in November 2010 compared to 78 out of 100 in November 2012.

"Big brands have been gouging consumers for too long and shoppers are waking up to the existence of better, more affordable alternatives out of China,” says Li. “Dual Core tablets like the Diablo are just further reasons for shoppers to get their technology directly from the source of manufacture.”

Rose Li is the PR manager for Chinavasion. With over five years experience and more than 350,000 customers in 120 countries Chinavasion is a global leader in marketing unbranded Android Tablets and Mobile Phones to international buyers. For more information, Chinavasion's storefront is located at:

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