Polaroid is pleased to announce the newest addition to their robust tablet offering, the Polaroid Q Series. The sleek new series will be on display in the Polaroid booth #13613 at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show, and is comprised of the Q7 (7” tablet), Q8 (8” tablet) and Q10 (10.1” tablet). All three sizes are Wi-Fi enabled and feature super-fast Quad-Core processors, and the new Android 4.4 KitKat operating system.
“Tablets are changing the way consumers use and share their favorite media and memories, and Polaroid’s robust line of tablets is allowing more consumers to share with on-the-go convenience,” said Polaroid President and CEO
The Polaroid Q Series tablet line is perfect for media and sharing on-the-go. Each tablet features an extended battery life, HDMI Bluetooth and front mounted speakers for hours of entertainment anywhere. The front and rear cameras allow users to capture their favorite memories, and share them via email and social media channels through the tablets’ built-in Wi-Fi. Users also have access to a plethora of apps, games, movies, music and more to enjoy on their Q Series tablet through the
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