The current Pandigital 7-inch Novel tablet is not a great device in the eReader market, but will the larger 9-inch version follow in its larger sibling’s footsteps? Well QVC is about to find out, as they have become the first to start selling the device.
Vlad Savov from Engadget had hoped that Pandigital would have made a number of improvements, but sadly that is not the case. The only thing different about the device is its size, which to you and I is simply not enough.
Looking over the specs on the QVC website we can see that the new Novel tablet comes with 2GB of storage and a 4GB microSD, as well as W-Fi. However, it is not known what version of Google Android the new device is running — I bet it is not 2.2 Froyo?
The price that you will pay for the Pandigital 9-inch Novel eReader is $214, compared to the $180 price tag for the 7-inch version. Would you pay an extra $34 for a larger screen?