The Pandigital Supernova is an 8-inch Android-based tablet computer. Released into the growing tablet market in 2011 as an entry-level alternative to more expensive tablets, it has received lukewarm reviews at best as of 2014.
The Pandigital Supernova's laudable features include an SDMI slot, Bluetooth connectivity, and front and back cameras. However, its dim, low-quality 800x600 screen resolution is roundly criticized for its poor touch response. Critics also stated it felt cheaply made. It's not designed for beginning users because it comes with very little preinstalled beyond the basic operating system.
The Supernova does have one feature that made it attractive upon release: it is eminently hackable. Unlike most tablets, it's relatively easy to root the operating system on the Supernova and replace or modify it.