Premium 9 Gingerbread tablet make its debut, but that isn't keeping the company from cranking out the hits. For CES 2012, eFun is showing off the Ice Cream Sandwich-running Nextbook Elite 10. It offers a 9.7-inch display with 1024 x 768 resolution and is powered by a Broadcom dual-core 1.1GHz CPU. We're still sketchy on a lot of the nitty gritty details, but we know it offers a 2MP front-facing cam and utilizes the SlideME app market. No availability date was given, but eFun is aiming to sell the tablet for somewhere between $250 and $280. If it sounds vaguely interesting at all, make sure to keep a close eye on our CES 2012 coverage for more information.
Update: We just added the press release below. Adding to the specs we listed earlier, the Elite 10 will have a 5MP rear camera, HDMI support, 8GB of flash memory and a micro-SD expansion slot. Its "street price" is listed at $230.