Costing only $299, the Polaroid M10 is a respectable tablet for the price. It sports a 10” (1280 x 800) IPS display, quad-core processor, 16GB of onboard storage and Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean). It comes with everything you would expect from a 10” Android tablet, including WiFi support and HDMI out port.
A couple of years ago, a tablet like this would cost around $500 and what we are seeing is a proof that the tablet technology is getting more mature. Polaroid M10 shares the same 5Mp rear camera with its smaller 7” sibling, the M7. There’s also a 2Mp front-facing camera for quick video chats.
Previously, Polaroid introduced a children-oriented tablet and the M10 looks like a decent device for parents. The Jelly Bean OS rocks an interesting custom layout, which is quite similar to the Modern UI used by Microsoft’s Windows 8 on x86-based tablets. The M10 should arrive some time in spring this year.