Pantech Element Tablet Now Available at AT&T for $300 or $249 Bundled With Pantech Burst

AT&T has bestowed unto the masses their Pantech Element Android 3.2 tablet this past Sunday for anyone to pick up for $300 on a new two-year agreement. It’s positioned to be an affordable 4G tablet for those on a budget but its specs aren’t too unsettling.

You’ll be working with an 8 inch display, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage with expansion options, a 5 megapixel rear camera, a 2 megapixel front camera, Bluetooth/WiFi/GPS and more.

AT&T’s offering a bundle deal, though, if you happen to want a new smartphone with it. They’ll knock $50 off the price of the Element when buying the Pantech Burst smartphone alongside it. The Pantech Burst is $50 so it would be $300 altogether. Find the Burst here, the Element here and the bundle here.

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  • Marcos Morales

    Good deal…

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  • sully5059

    So AT&T release the “affordable” Pantech Burst but at the same time with their data plan pricing changes they’re increasing the minimum cost of getting a smartphone by $120 and make it sound like they’re helping customers.

    I’ll keep the $15 plan…I barely even use 100MB because I’m usually on WiFi.