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7" Matricom .TAB Nero Tablet PC - Android 4 Capacitive Multi-Touch 4GB (Black)

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7" Matricom .TAB Nero Tablet PC - Android 4 Capacitive Multi-Touch 4GB (Black)


Product Information

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Screen Size7 inches
Screen Resolution800_x_480
ProcessorA13
RAMddr3
Graphics CoprocessorMali400
Brand NameMatricom
SeriesTab Nero
Operating Systemlinux
Color BLACK
Processor BrandMatricom
Flash Memory Size4 GB
  
Additional Information
ASINB00B7SMR3C
Best Sellers Rank #12,364 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 pounds
Date First AvailableJanuary 29, 2013
  
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43 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Mark on February 2, 2013
Shocked that theres hardly any reviews on this thing yet. I just received my new g-tab 3 days ago and I'm very pleased with it. I was a little worried about buying it because it's cheaper than the zeepad and couldn't find any info on it so I expected a worse performing device but I was wrong! I own two zeepads for my kids and while they are about the same I have to say that the g-tab is a much better device. It lasts a lot longer on a charge. The kids have to keep charging the zeepads and they never last long when were away from the house. About 1-2 hours max for the zeepad and 2-4 hours for the g-tab. It also doesn't freeze up like the zeepads do like every 15 minutes. The kids are used to it though and I hear a whine every now and again when they are in the middle of a game and it locks up on them. Havent had this problem once with the g-tab! The screen also seems better with it. The wifi is faster too but the best part is the price. $10 cheaper than the zeepad!! Wish these were for sale earlier. I want to buy more but it says there's none available on here. I hope its in stock soon!
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Maggie Godwin on February 12, 2013
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This little tablet is great! I expected it to be low quality because the price is so low. It works like an expensive tablet! I love it. Sometimes it's a little slow, but it catches up quickly. Great product and great quality.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 30, 2013
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UPDATE:

I decided to return these tablets. I had funky software issues with more than one of them. I had already returned the device that wasn't working well plugged in for a replacement. I had software issues on 2 more of them (Angry Birds stopped working on one with just a black screen and the play store wouldn't connect on the other), so I decided to download the image from their website. That process is really easy and takes just a few minutes, but after applying the new .img to it, the g-sensor/tilt no longer worked (and the build date was older in the "about" settings.) An email to the manufacturer the other day wasn't immediately returned and I tried to call but it went to a cell phone voicemail mailbox. Ultimately I decided that in the long-term I'd be better off with something else from a mainstream manufacturer so I decided to spend the extra money on refurbished Nexus 7s instead.

I dropped it a star in the review for the troubles but I won't give it just 1 star. This is still a good budget device if you're going to use it for a basic reader...but for $100 more you can get a refurbished quad core Nexus 7 with a way better screen, twice the memory, and 3x the battery life.

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For the cost, these little tablets are great for kids. As others have stated, the build quality on these is actually pretty good for the most part. They do feel nice and solid, the touchscreen is responsive, and overall they work really well. I bought 4 of them so I've had quite a bit of time into getting them set up. They come with pretty much nothing but the play store loaded, which is great. It is most definitely nothing like my Transformer, but you shouldn't be expecting that now should you.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By D. Hill on June 13, 2013
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This is a VERY reasonably priced Android tablet, with few MAJOR issues, but a few quirks you should be aware of. I bought 2 of these, one for me to play with, and one for my 9yr old daughter. Buying it for her instantly ended the requests for "her own cellphone", since all she really wanted was something to play games and access the app store.

I don't want to discount the qualities of this table with "you get what you pay for", because in many ways it's a really incredible value. BUT...the screen is great, because you get what you pay for. You want a higher resolution or more responsive screen, you're going to pay at least $100 more. The sound is great, you get what you pay for. The A/C charger works, but you get what you pay for (relatively short cord, and it sometimes gets pretty warm to the touch). I have had ZERO issues with Wi-Fi, it connects right away to our network and the speeds are adequate for streaming video from our home server, as well as apps.

Battery life, as others have stated, is horrible. If you play games or watch videos (which is a big part of tablet usage), it will suck the battery down. The exact same thing happens on my MUCH MORE expensive Samsung Galaxy S3 phone, so you can't really blame the tablet. In standby, or doing email and internet, it's not that bad. Again, consider how LITTLE this thing costs, and keep that perspective. But also keep in mind that video and graphic intensive apps will very quickly deplete the batter of any device.

I tested it with MaxGo (the Cinemax streaming app), and playback was fine. Sure, it got a little choppy sometimes, but it installed and played without a hitch, while many other users of that app had complaints about it not working with their device.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By mike d on May 3, 2013
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For the price, can not go wrong for internet browsing and email as a disposable road warrior.
Assuming that it proves itself with durability. Purchase a battery backup to enhance its runtime and a generic keyboard, all for sub $110, you can't go wrong. Purchased the Okeba keyboard case for under $10 and a QQtech 11200mAh power bank battery for $30, all here on Amazon. Can type, surf, email, youtube, and should have enough power to run for hours. Appears that all keyboard cases are generic and the same so should work.
And if you drop it, wont be crying all the way to the bank if it were a mini or galaxy tab.
FYI, needed an adapter which I had for the keyboard. But it didnt work until adapter rubber was cut to allow proper fit further into the port.
NOTE - MAXIMUM BENEFIT OBTAINED WITH FULL AND PROPER INSERTION! ;) lol. Many have complained keyboard doesnt work with adapter, wonder how many didnt have a proper connection. Deep set port.

For the money, fully functional. Temper expectations, no not a +$300 Apple Mini, but then you still have $200 plus tax to go on vacation, buy a mothers day gift, pay for a couple years of netflix, etc...
If durability shows itself and lasts till obselescence or the next great cheap thing comes along, would we say wise?
Time will tell. But like anything of modest means, adjust accordingly. Look after the little guy, probably more fragile than the more expensive knockoffs, :)
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