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Get Organized This Spring With E FUN's Nextbook Android Tablets

Access Everything You Need in One Place -- From Emails and Documents to Games and Movies

WEST COVINA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/28/14 -- E FUN, a consumer electronics designer and manufacturer of mobile lifestyle products, is ready to organize your digital life this spring with its Nextbook Android tablets. The small and portable tablets feature software and applications that allow users to access everything they need in one place, from wherever they are.

"Spring cleaning isn't just a necessity for your home, but for your digital life as well," said Jason Liszewski, managing director and vice president of sales for E FUN. "With a Nextbook Android tablet, you can get rid of the clutter and go digital -- from books, movies and games to photos, emails, work documents, to-do lists and more. A great out of box experience for the consumer is our primary goal and we are continuing to add to this experience with new content partners."

Google Play - Thousands of Apps, Games, Songs, Books, and Movies
Nextbook tablets are optimized and preloaded with Google Play, which allows users to download any of the available 600,000 applications and games, millions of songs and books, and thousands of movies in the Google Play Store. It also gives users access to preloaded Android apps from Google including Gmail™, Chrome™, Google Talk™, Google+™, Google Maps™, YouTube™, and Google Drive™.

Barnes & Noble NOOK for Android - Digital Reading Library On The Go (U.S.)
The preloaded (U.S. only) NOOK for Android app gives Nextbook users free and easy access to more than 3 million books, magazines, newspapers, comics and graphic novels in the NOOK Store™, including more than a million free titles.

Kobo eBookstore - Read Anytime, Anywhere (Canada)
The preloaded Kobo eBookstore (Canada only) offers 4 million titles across 68 languages to Nextbook users. From bestsellers to self-published works, magazines to colorful kids content, there's something for every reader.

CloudLink - "Productivity Toolbox" of Business-Critical Applications
CloudLink's "Productivity Toolbox" includes numerous business-critical applications that give Nextbook users the ability to work with Microsoft documents, remote connect to their laptop or desktop, scan and sign documents on the go, print from their device, share folders in the cloud, and increase typing efficiency, as well as provide 10GB of free cloud storage from FileLocker.

Springpad - The Personal Assistant App
Springpad is a personal assistant app that helps Nextbook users manage the overload of important information, projects, ideas, and recommendations that they encounter daily. Quickly save information such as web pages, recipes, articles, books, movies and restaurants, and sync it across all of your devices for access from anywhere at any time.

VUDU Movies and TV App - Video Streaming At Your Fingertips
The subscription-free VUDU Movies and TV app brings thousands of new releases, Hollywood classics, independent films and TV shows to Nextbook tablets. VUDU supports UltraViolet, the movie industry's initiative that allows consumers to put their purchased movies into a cloud-based digital library and keep track of them safely and securely.

Movies by Flixster App - Movie Information Everywhere You Go
The Movies by Flixster app gives Nextbook users easy access to UltraViolet, a cloud-based digital rights collection that gives consumers greater flexibility in choosing how and where to watch the content that they purchase. The Movies app also delivers the latest Tomatometer™ scores and movies information from Rotten Tomatoes™, the web's most popular aggregator of reviews from top movie critics.

Net Nanny for Android - Parental Controls for Kids
Net Nanny for Android with App Manager enables parents to view, control and manage what apps their kids use and what they access online, creating a safer digital experience on mobile devices. A 14-day free trial of Net Nanny for Android is preloaded on Nextbook tablets.

Nextbook Android tablets (7" and 8") are currently available nationwide online and in-store. Visit www.nextbookusa.com to learn more.

About E FUN
E FUN, a designer and manufacturer of mobile lifestyle products, entered the North American market in late 2010. Since then, E FUN has grown to be one of the leading Android tablet brands at retail. Its ongoing product innovation and partnerships set E FUN apart from competitors and provide customers with unique out of the box experiences. Its product lines include the Nextbook line of Android tablets and patented APEN line of digital and touch pens. E FUN is headquartered in West Covina, California.

For additional information regarding E FUN's brands, please visit APEN at www.apenusa.com; and Nextbook at www.nextbookusa.com.

All products/services and trademarks mentioned in this release are the properties of their respective companies.
© 2014 E FUN. All rights reserved.

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