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Maylong M-260 tablet gets torn asunder by FCC, budget internals exposed

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Well, well, well, what have we here? Looks like a successor to Maylong's M-250 budget Android tablet, just made it through the FCC. We can't tell much from the filing, outside of the fact that the M-260 packs WiFi, a microSD slot, and what appears to be a front facing camera and a resistive touchscreen (judging from the included stylus). Screenshots from the user's manual also show what seems to be a lightly tweaked version of Gingerbread, instead of the 2.2 beating inside its predecessor. When and where it will land or how much it'll cost is anyone's guess, but we're leaning towards cheap. Check out the gallery below to get a peek at its insides.

Gallery: Maylong Mobility Tablet M-260 at the FCC | 12 Photos

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