The retail price of Pandigital tablets is just under $200.
The inch Pandigital supernova is the most expensive tablet.
The model offers 512 MB of memory and 4 GB of storage with 1.
06 GHz Samsung S5PV210 Cortex CPU processor.
Soon after launching the device, users will notice that its screen is disappointing-
Some people even say "dark"-
800x600 pixel resolution is not enough to achieve the desired pop for HD visuals [source: CNet].
Nova, the supernova's little brother, is a slightly smaller, less expensive model. The 7-
The inch device is checked in for about $180, but provides the same amount of memory and storage and a considerable resolution.
The inner storage space of the inch Pandigital PLaneT Package (2 GB)
The price is the same as Nova [
Source: Pandigital, Pandigital].
From the tablet totem pole, the star is the lowest in Pandigital --priced ($159)
256 MB of memory and 2 GB of hard drive are available. The Star's 7-
Inch screen also claims lower resolution than other models, 800x480 pixels
Pandigital was once known for making electronic photo frames.
Unfortunately, the saleable and plastic aesthetic of these items entered the company's tablet.
"Light weight" is often a selling point in the mobile device market, that is, it means that the device is easier to carry.
However, the Pandigital model proves that the tablet may be too light.
Although they have a wide range of capabilities, it is difficult for some users to ignore the fact that the device appears to be made by FisherPrice [source: CNet].
Of course, beauty is in the eyes of onlookers.
The Pandigital tablet may be Baby's first mobile device, and some users will find the app store designed for digital toddlers.
Nevertheless, the price range of these models offers some funky features.
Read on to learn more.