Storage Options, a UK based company, has launched the Scroll Special Edition Android tablet - a device running Gingerbread.
We know, we know - Honeycomb is the only "official" Android version but at less than £120, some Android 2.3 fun is quite appealing.
The Scroll Special Edition is an 8-inch tablet with a 800x600 resolution, powered by a ARM11 1GHz processor and 256MB of RAM. There's 8GB of storage on board, which is expandable by the usual 32GB using microSD.
Despite the lack of RAM punch, and its budget price-tag, the Scroll is apparently capable of outputting 1080p via HDMI and offers support for a massive range of media file types including MPEG-2, MPEG-4, AVS, H.264, WMV, AVI, MP4, RMVB, FLV and MKV.
The tab comes bundled with a load of accessories including a HDMI lead, an audio cable, a headphone splitter, a pair of headphones, a stylus, a USB cable and a USB on-the-go cable for peripheral connection.
At £119.95, the price certainly blows budget Android tablet competition like the Be Book Live (£100 more) out of the water, but we've yet to get hands on - so we'll reserve judgement on the quality for now.
The Storage Options Scroll Special Edition is available now, direct from its makers.