Polaroid M10 – New entry level 10.1-inch Android tablet coming

Polaroid has unveiled the M10 tablet computer, Polaroid’s new 10.1-inch entry level Android tablet coming this spring, starting at a very affordable $229.

By Tom Bowen – Polaroid unveiled the M10 together with the equally affordable 7-inch Polaroid M7 at CES 2013, as a part of Polaroid’s new M-series tablets. And just like the M7, it is the price that makes these two Polaroid tablets turn heads, since these two budget tablets seem to have a lot going for them.

The Polaroid M10 features a 10.1-inch HD screen, with a 1280×800 pixels resolution with IPS display for great viewing angles. It runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, has a 5-megapixel rear camera, 2-megapixel front camera, HD video recording, microSD slot for increased storage, microHDMI out port, 3.5mm headset jack, Bluetooth, and a pretty decent 7800 mAh battery, which is good considering a price of only $229.

What CPU and GPU processors Polaroid will use to power these tablets, has yet to be disclosed. All we’re told so far is that it will be Quad-Core. The CPU bar has been raised to 1.6GHz for any self-respecting tablet at the beginning of 2013, and we will have to wait and see where Polaroid will land in relation to that standard.

Polaroid have already been selling tablet computers for years. But none of these tablets have deserved much attention before. But now all of that may be about to change with the release of the M10 and M7 in the spring of 2013.

Polaroid M10 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

Polaroid M10 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

Polaroid M10 tablet

Polaroid M10 tablet

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