Gemini Devices announce some details about the upcoming colourful JoyTabs

Gemini Devices have been plugging away for a few years now with their budget tablets. This year they are doing something slightly different.

Luke Prodromou, Head of Product Marketing at Gemini Devices had the following to say.


“With so many Tablets to choose from we wanted to offer our customers a key differentiator. The new coloured designs allow them to buy a Tablet to match their personality in addition to fulfilling their feature requirements”.

Back in the real world what this means is that Gemini are about to release a new tablet in silver, pink or blue. The new tablet is imaginatively titled Gem10313s.
Gemini Devices announce some details about the upcoming colourful JoyTabs
Gemini Devices announce some details about the upcoming colourful JoyTabs
Gemini Devices announce some details about the upcoming colourful JoyTabs
Gemini Devices announce some details about the upcoming colourful JoyTabs
Gemini Devices announce some details about the upcoming colourful JoyTabs

The spec for the Gem10313s is as follows

  • RRP £149.99
  • CPU: Dual Core ARM Cortex RK 1.5GHz Graphics: ARM Mali-400 Quad Core
  • Memory: 1GB DDR3 Memory
  • Storage: 16GB built-in, upgradeable with a Micro SD Card (addition of up to 32GB)
  • Display:  Capacitive 10 Point  Multi-Touch Screen / 9.7inch – 1024 x 768
  • Connectivity:  Micro USB Port, Mini HDMI, Micro SD, 3.5mm Stereo Earphone Jack
  • Wireless Network: Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, built-in Bluetooth 2.1
  • Camera: Front 0.3 Megapixel and rear 2.0 Megapixel
  • Gyroscope: Built in G sensor for gaming and automatic screen rotation
  • OS: Google Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)
  • Dimensions and weight: (W) 242mm x (H) 185mm x (D) 9.8mm 632g

For me it seems like quite an appealing product for chucking in a bag and taking on holiday, giving the kids or just testing the water in the Android world. At this price point most people will just get a Nexus 7, but the Micro SD slot and HDMI always are a good thing in my book.

Hopefully we’ll have our hands on one soon, if you’re going to the Gadget Show Live, Gemini are demonstrating all of their new products including this one.

Here is the press release.

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  • Martin

    For the money that looks like a bloody well specced tablet. I use the HDMI on my Prime a lot, I don’t have a DVD/Blu-Ray/Media player in my bedroom, if I want to watch a movie off my portable HD, I bung it into my Prime, hook the Prime up via HDMI and away I go, great feature.