Polaroid Unveils M7, M10 Android Tablets at CES

Polaroid has announced two tablets at CES 2013, the Android-powered 7-inch M7 and 10-inch M10.

The M7 is powered by a dual core processor and runs on Google's Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system. A front-facing two-megapixel camera is included, with the IPS 7-inch display delivering a resolution of 1280 x 800 and a PPI (pixels per-inch) of 216. The tablet sports 8 GB of storage, which is expandable if you need to upgrade down the road. Launch is scheduled for sometime during the spring when it'll retail for $129.

Polaroid's M10, pictured below, houses a 10-inch display with a resolution of 1280 x 800. There's an integrated five-megapixel rear camera as well as HDMI connectivity and 16 GB of internal storage.

Powering it will be a quad core processor, in addition to Android Jelly Bean taking the lead on the software side. It'll also be available during the spring with a price tag of $229. Stay tuned for hands on pictures from our team at CES!

  • xpeh
    That's an enormous bezel
  • Polaroid makes tablets now, gotta stay in business somehow I guess?
  • sixdegree
    Those interfaces look eerily similar to Windows Phone Live Tile.
  • vilenjan
    7 inch tablet for $130, 4.5 inch phone $500, did I miss something?
  • halcyon
    Got bezel?
  • fuzzion
    This article missed something. The tablet has an inbuilt tiny printer.
  • outlw6669
    Both tablets sport a 1,280x800-pixel IPS 216 PPI display.
    Pretty sure a 1280x800 10" tablet is not quite as pixel dense as a 1280x800 7" tablet...

    Still, the prices seem about right; as long as performance is still high enough for basic usage.
    Great to see they both have expandable storage!
  • back_by_demand
    sixdegreeThose interfaces look eerily similar to Windows Phone Live Tile.Yep, gotta agree, since when did Android Jelly Bean start copying the look and feel of Windows 8 Tiles?
  • rwinches
    Polaroid had this launcher design before metro.
    These tabs have bluetooth also.


  • pheroh
    vilenjan7 inch tablet for $130, 4.5 inch phone $500, did I miss something?They say the radios and licensing them is what drives phones prices up.