10.1-inch Nabi XD tablet shipping late December with Tegra 3 for $249
I you thought I was you were safe from new tablet releases, Fuhu squeezes in just one more before year's end. The company's Nabi XD will be marketed to preteens and will launch in limited quantities later this month, with a full release planned for mid-January, next year. The 10.1-inch tablet ships with a Tegra 3 processor, runs Android 4.1, features an IPS screen, NFC capability, and will retail starting at $250.
Design and features
The Nabi XD features a silver aluminum chassis with slightly concave sides that dip toward its screen. From the front, the tablet looks like something out of a Target ad, with a red circle at each of its four corners and a white bezel that encloses a black border that surrounds the screen. The back features a silver hide with large, red translucent highlights running along the top and bottom.
The tablet has an optional padfolio cover that doubles as both a keyboard and a kickstand, giving the tablet what appears to be Surface-like functionality.
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