Medion LIFETAB E10310, on sale for £167 at ASDA

Medion’s launched a new 10-inch Android tablet today, with the its LIFETAB E10310 exclusively available through supermarket mega-warehouse chain ASDA. The E10310 arrives running Android 4.1, features a 1,280 x 800 resolution display and is powered by an unnamed dual-core processor.

There’s 1GB of RAM inside it and you get an extra 16GB for your media storage needs and SD card expansion, plus it has dual cameras (0.3MP and 2MP). It’s not a disaster for that kind of money.

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Here’s the full thing from Medion, with complete tech specs beneath:

MEDION announces 10” multi-media Android tablet pc – MEDION LIFETAB E10310

June 2013 – MEDION, a leading German consumer electronics vendor, today launches the multi-media MEDION LIFETAB E10310. Combining high quality technology with affordable pricing, the 10.1” HD multi-touch tablet is equipped with a powerful dual-core processor, high-speed Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, front and rear facing cameras and 16 GB internal memory, which can be expanded to 64GB with microSD/microSDHC/microSDXC cards. With its attractive, slimline design, the MEDION LIFETAB E10310 is priced at £167 and is available now from ASDA.


Housed in a lightweight and slimline chassis (12.1mm) that weighs just 594g, the MEDION LIFETAB E10310 is packed full of advanced features including the 10.1” HD multi-touch display with 1280 x 800 pixel resolution that enables responsive interaction with the touch of a finger, and is perfect for viewing photographs, video content and movies in complete comfort.

Power efficiency and high performance come from the tablet’s ARM Cortex A9 dual core processor and 16 GB internal memory. In addition, more storage for files can be added using microSD/microSDHC/microSDXC memory cards. Users can also stay connected in more places due to the high speed Wi-Fi capability.

Ideal for staying in touch with friends, family and colleagues through online video conferencing, the new tablet boasts a 0.3MP front facing camera with integrated microphone as well as a 2.0MP rear facing camera. A TV, monitor or projector can also be added through its microHDMI® port, enabling users to enjoy streaming content even further. In addition, there is a microUSB port with USB host function.

The MEDION LIFETAB E10310 is ideal for running the thousands of Android 4.1 apps available, as well as the preinstalled MEDION apps. All apps add functionality and take full advantage of everything the tablet has to offer, whether using for entertainment, surfing the internet, checking finances, playing games, or catching up on the latest movies.

Pricing and availabilty
The MEDION LIFETAB E10310 is available from ASDA for just £167 and includes a 24 month warranty.

Technical details and specifications for the MEDION LIFETAB E10310:
• Android™ 4.1 Jelly Bean
• Numerous apps available via Google Play™
• Excellent 25.7 cm/10.1″ HD multitouch display (1.280 x 800 pixels)
• Powerful ARM Cortex A9 (1.6 GHz) dual-core processor
• WiFi
• Integrated loudspeaker
• Li-polymer battery lasts for up to 6 hours1
• 16 GB internal memory (expandable with a microSD/SDHC/SDXC memory card up to 64 GB2, not included in the delivery)
• 1 GB DDR3 RAM
• 0.3 MP front webcam with integrated microphone and a 2.0 MP camera on the rear
• Numerous connection options: miniHDMI®, microUSB 2.0 with USB host function, microSD/SDHC/SDXC card reade, Bluetooth 2.1 function, audio out.
• Orientation sensor

• Pre-installed apps
– Kaspersky Tablet Security: Provides protection against viruses and other malware (test version for 30 days)
– Documents to Go: Open and edit Office documents.
– LIFETAB Media: Universal media player for videos, music and photos.
– Drawing Pad: Paint, draw, stamp and much more.

• Package contents
MEDION® LIFETAB® Tablet PC, microUSB cable, microUSB host cable,
mains adapter with connecting cable, warranty card, operating instructions

• Dimensions (W x H x D)/weight
Dimensions: approx. 260.7 x 172 x 12.1 mm/weight: approx. 594 g

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