This week has been pretty dedicated to Windows news, but that doesn't mean other companies haven't made announcements and product releases of their owns. One of those companies is Enspert, who today announced that its E201 Identity Tab is purchasable for a mere $149 today.
The tablet is already a little over a year old. In fact, the last time it was covered on Pocketables was when Jenn unboxed it on January 31st of 2011. Of course, back then it was a still reasonable $349, but today's cut of over $200 makes the device actually worth taking a look at this far into its life.
Let me tell you about the specs as a refresher, since it has been a year since you last heard about them. It's got a 7-inch display with a low resolution of 800 x 480, 1GHz Hummingbird processor, 512MB of RAM, HDMI out, SD card slot, 8GB of internal storage, and 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1.
Naturally, when considering devices in the $100-$200 range, one also has to take into account the Kindle Fire which, for $50 more than the Identity Tab, will get you a higher resolution screen and a dual-core processor. You don't get HDMI out, SD storage expandability, or cameras with the Kindle, but the decision is obviously yours; pick whichever one fits your needs the best.
Hit up the Dynamism source link below to order yours.[Dynamism via Liliputing]