Taiwanese tech giant Asus has shed more light on its ME-172V Android tablet.
The 7-inch tablet, which Asus aims to sell for R2000 in South Africa, will feature a 1024x600 capacitive display, a company representative informed iafrica.com.
Other specs include a VIA WM8950 processor, Mali 400 graphics chip and 1GB of RAM, while the device is now also set to support Android Jelly Bean.
The new tablet will also feature 8GBs of storage space, a 4270mAh battery as well as a microSD slot for storage expansion.
On the camera side of things, the ME-172V will feature a one-megapixel front-facing camera.
Asus has plenty of experience making budget-minded tablets, with the Asus MeMo 370T being released earlier this year.
The company also teamed up with Google earlier this year for the Nexus 7 range of tablets, retailing for $199.
Read our initial report here.