|Screen Size||7 inches|
|Screen Resolution||800 x 480 , 16:9|
|Max Screen Resolution||1080p pixels|
|Processor||1.3 GHz ARM dual-core CORTEX A9 OMAP 4|
|RAM||1 GB DDR3|
|Memory Speed||100 GHz|
|Hard Drive||4 GB|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||10 hours|
Craig Electronics 7-Inch Capacitance Tablet (Android 4.0) with Front Facing Camera CMP741e
- Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, 7 inches Display
- All winner A4 1.3 GHz
- 1 GB DDR III RAM Memory
- 4 GB Internal Storage
- 802_11_BGN wireless
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The 30 days are up, and I love it. It has more apps than I will ever use, though there's no guarantee it will have the one you want. I use the Amazon App Store, which has a TON of titles. Some of the concerns I had were:
1 - battery life. Others had complained, but it didn't seem like they were familiar with electronics batteries. I took the tablet home and plugged it in. After charging, I left it playing a video until the battery was completely dead. I did this again three times, which conditions the battery. I just ran an 111 minute movie on my monitor through the external HDMI port twice off the battery. Thats almost 4 hours sending video to an external display, and the battery still had a 60% charge. Much better than I expected.
2 - Would it have all the apps. After loading Amazon apps, I was more than happy. I downloaded some browsers and Kingsoft office, and I was set. Again, there may be apps that you can't get on Amazon, but most of the popular ones are there.
3 - Locking up. The tablet has locked up once while I was trying to load two programs at one time. I just let the battery discharge, which turned the tablet off - basically a reset. I recharged and it has been working perfectly.
4 - Internet speed. At home, work, and at my local library the speeds are good. I haven't had any latency or loading issues. Signal strength has been consistent.Read more ›
The construction of the device feels solid. I didn't get a "cheap feel" off of it. The touch screen was highly responsive once you figured out how to use it. You can't really use your fingernails to do it, you have to tap with the tip of your finger or use a stylus you purchase separately; I liked the stylus that came with an accessory pack I got for my kindle. I do notice the back of the device getting a little warm after continuous use. It has one HDMI output, a standard mini-USB sized input (file transfer/recharging), and a micro SD slot to expand memory. The memory card is helpful as the free space is only about 2 GB out of the box; the instructions say it can handle up to 32 GB. You won't be filling up much memory with its camera. There is only a front-side camera and the quality is on level with a cheap cell phone.
My wife basically wanted a video player with a larger screen than her old Sylvania 8GB Player (2.8" Touch Screen). The device manages that perfectly. The screen is clear and the sound is good.Read more ›
- Audio output was pretty "noisy." It was fine for casual listening, but when I plugged it into stereo speakers there was a very noticeable hum. A bummer, because I was hoping to use it with TV & stereo in a pinch.
- Battery life was OK but not great. It felt like maybe 5-6 hours, and if you left the tablet in "standby" mode without turning it entirely off, it would drain maybe a third of the battery in a day. Which sounds like nit-picking, but it meant that when I ended up using it every few days, I'd run into battery problems. One more thing to worry about.
- A little bulky, with a non-operational button in the front for some reason.
- I didn't buy it for games, but I tried out a couple just for curiosity. Angry Birds worked fine. Temple Run, a more arcade-ish type game, didn't really work, because it was too slow responding to movements, especially screen tilt. It worked fine for watching movies in HD avi files though.
- Amazon app store was fine, but sometimes it would pause for a few seconds when you pressed a button. I didn't notice any delay in other apps, though.
That sounds like a lot of negatives, but mostly it worked fine. Still, I ended up returning it because I found a tablet to not really be that useful for me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The shipping was great.
The product on the other hand.
1. Terrible app store.
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Definitely avoid this company and its products. It took 4 weeks to finally reach someone. I was then informed that the company's address was protected private information. Read morePublished 22 days ago by O. Hendricks
The product will not turn on unless u press and hold the button several times. The product will not hold a charge very longPublished 3 months ago by vonda
I bought this tablet for one reason, to bring internet streaming videos to my HDTV in 1080. It works great! Read morePublished 17 months ago by Stanley Dilley
Don't waste your money on this tablet. Play store doesn't work. I installed 1Mobile Market and it worked. Read morePublished 17 months ago by C. J. Mitchell
This is the worst tablet ever. Bought this device and could not access the play store. The few items I was able to download were of poor quality and after a few weeks the charger... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Nicole Lawrence
Long story short.
Broke right after warranty. Left side stopped working.
I contacted Manufacturer to see if I could get repaired or replaced. Read more
I would rate a zero but then I cant write a review!!!!!!! DID NOT WORK WAS NOT NEW LIKE ADVERTISED WAS TOLD I WOULD GET S REFUND NEVER DIDPublished 23 months ago by joe kimberlin
This is really not a bad little tablet at a used price. Keep in mind it's really more of a MID, and it doesn't come with Google Apps at all, but about 20 minutes and a decent... Read morePublished on August 24, 2013 by ZacAnger