World’s first Christian tablet is here, but infidels better stay away

World’s first Christian tablet is here, but infidels better stay away
Want a cheap tablet? If Google brought the Nexus 7 for $200 with a quad-core processor and superb high-res display, Samsung brought the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 for $250 also with stellar internals and nice display, American bookstore chain Family Christian introduces the “world’s first Christian tablet” with a WVGA display and Gingerbread...

We leave all opinions up to you - we’ll just leave you with the facts. So, the Cydle Multipad M7 is rebranded as Edifi and it’s a 7-inch tablet selling for $150. Oh, and it was originally unveiled in... 2010. It features the Bible translated into 27 languages so folks from all nations can read the Holy book along with a “safe browser,” you know why.

It packs 8 gigs of internal storage and 512MB of RAM, so there would definitely be some lagginess, but we guess reading off that screen would still be okay. Hit the source link below and pinch yourself to believe it’s all real and not a nightmare.

source: Family Christian via Fox News


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