The distributor Cdiscount today announced the release of its own Android tablet, called CDisplay, which relies on its floor price of $ 65.
Cdiscount launches its own electronic consumer brand, CDisplay. For its first product, a tablet having the reference CDP7TAB4C8, distributor appealed to the Chinese manufacturer Haier.
This tablet CDisplay is not entirely devoid of interest. It has to start with an IPS screen, not TN, in this case displaying 1024 x 600 pixels on a diagonal of 7 inches.
It also houses a Rockchip RK3188 chip-T, initially intended for HDMI key entry level comprises four core ARM Cortex-A9 at 1.4GHz and an ARM Mali-400 MP4 GPU. Combined with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal memory (expandable with microSD), this chip should run smoothly Android 4.4, the latest version, and current applications.
Android 4.4 and the Google Play Store of origin
Finally, there is a front VGA sensor (0.3 million pixels), integrated and / or a microphone 3.5mm jack for video, an 802.11n Wi-Fi connectivity and a Lion-Polymer 4000 mAh battery giving it autonomy not provided. The tablet is Google certified and thus access to the original Play Store and Google as Chrome, Gmail and YouTube applications, which is not evident in this segment.
While one might expect the characteristics of another age, inherited a surplus of components that the manufacturer wanted to liquidate, so we find a datasheet admittedly low end, but consistent. The CDisplay tablet Cdiscount and Haier for example at the level of other popular low cost Android tablets such as the Acer Iconia B1-720, which shipped more than double when it was still available.
CDisplay the tablet will be available from Thursday, September 4