$229 for an Android tablet? That’s not a bad price considering the specs it has. It’s got an 800×600 8” capacitive screen, Android 2.3, 1GHz Cortex A8 CPU with front and back cameras. it comes with 4gb storage built-in and of course microSD slot and it even has HDMI. Huh.. That’s not too bad for that price I think.. Too bad there’s no Android marketplace, it’s using GetJar ?!?!

The SuperNova is the flagship product in a new line of Android tablets from Pandigital. It features an 8-inch capacitive touchscreen, advanced processor, Adobe® Flash®, HDMI-out, built-in Bluetooth, front- and rear-facing cameras, and many more features and capabilities for the consumer.

The powerful 1GHz Cortex A8 processor with a dedicated graphics engine provides fast response times and enhanced performance for playing video games, or watching movies and videos. Adobe Flash makes viewing web pages more fun by enhancing animation, video, and interactivity to the web pages. The 8-inch capacitive touchscreen with multi-touch technology is extremely responsive and makes navigating the SuperNova quick and easy whether playing games or posting an update on Facebook. Taking pictures or video and video conferencing is simple with the front and rear facing cameras and integrated microphone. Sharing the fun of your tablet is easy by experiencing it on your TV with the built-in HDMI connectivity. Integrated Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity further expands the peripheral hardware options for users.

Customize the SuperNova with Direct Access to Digital Content

With digital content becoming more prevalent and constantly changing, consumers want to customize and update their devices to best fit their digital lifestyle, making it critical to have instant access to the latest applications. The Pandigital SuperNova offers seamless connectivity to more of the applications consumers want, including:

  • Barnes & Noble’s eStore – Quick and convenient access to more than two million eBooks, newspapers and magazines, a wide variety of free eBooks, and more than half a million free classics. It’s easy to browse, sample, buy, and download published content in seconds. Also, customers can lend many eBooks with friends and family for 14 days.
  • GetJar – Access thousands of applications from the world’s largest free app store from categories including Education, Social & Messaging, Entertainment, Finance, Food, Games, Health, Search, Lifestyle, Maps, Music, News & Weather, Photos, Productivity, Religion, Shopping, Sports and Travel.
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and Browser – Access the Internet and surf the web anywhere a Wi-Fi connection is available.
  • Adobe™ Flash 10.3 – Enjoy the full multimedia web with on-board support
  • Bluetooth 2.1 – Expands peripheral hardware connectivity options.
  • Email – Stay in touch with friends, family and colleagues using existing email addresses –including support for MS Exchange.
  • InTouch – Quick one-app view of your Facebook, Twitter, and email accounts as well as topical RSS news feed data.
  • U-Player – Direct access to popular YouTube videos.
  • Gallery and Video Player – View and manage photo files, and play and manage MPEG4 video files.
  • Music – Play and manage music audio files (MP3, WAV and AAC).
  • Camera – Use front and rear facing cameras to take pictures and video.
  • ES File Explorer – View and manage files and apps, and back up files to a microSD card.
  • OfficeSuite Viewer – Open and view many file formats (DOC, DOCX, TXT, XLS, XLSX, CSV, PPT, PPTX, PPS, PPSX and PDF).




  1. Well it outspec’s the Fire actually and you can add Amazon’s Marketplace (just like the Fire) so dollar for dollar it’s actually a better deal I think…I think at least. I’m not too keen on Fire specs but I think this guy has a larger screen, HDMI, microsd and cameras that are all missing from the Fire

  2. The cameras, yeah I noticed that.. I checked their site because I was going to list the specs..

    and yeah, the specs aren’t bad for that price at all.. and of course I would hope Amazon market could be installed..

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