Both tablets feature Creative's own chip based on a 1GHz Arm processor.
The Creative ZiiO 7in has a 480x 800 touchscreen and comes in white, while the Creative ZiiO 10in is black with a 1024x600 touchscreen display.
Both devices are just 14mm thick and come with either 8GB or 16GB of memory, a microSD (on the 7in) or SD (on the 10in) slot, which supports cards up to 32GB, a front-facing camera and a built-in stereo speaker.
Users will also benefit from Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity and a HDMI port that allows content stored on the device to be played on a HD screen.
Creative says the tablet's can be paired with other Creative headphone and speakers and allows users to play content stored on the device through them.
"We have effectively given consumers everywhere a new freedom to enjoy their music, casual games and movies wirelessly throughout the home without being deskbound to a large console or game-station," said Ting Lai Chu from Creative.
The Creative ZiiO 7in and 10in will be available from Creative in December and will be priced from £199.99 and £249.99 respectively.
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