POLAROID 7" INTERNET TABLET CAPACITIVE TOUCH SCREEN Android 4.0
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- 7" capacitive multi-touch display
- Supports 3D games
- internal 4gb memory external memory supposts micro sd cards
- Cortex A8 1GHz processor new Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) OS
- Wirelessly download apps & eBooks
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Top Customer Reviews
The only real downside for me is that everything is done thru only usb port on the tablet, so as far as I know for now you can;t use a keyboard and charge it at the same time. As stated in previous reviews you can get the market working on this tab. I am not really sure that it didn't come with it cause I only had to install 3 files to get the market going, didn't even need talk.
I would recommend this tablet to beginners to intermediate users.
Here is where you can find the user guide for the polaroid tablets: [...]
I found that the comments in the other Amazon reviews were accurate -- sharp bright screen, good touch response, decent battery life, 32 GB micro-SD slot, even a video-to-TV port. This tablet is good for meeting basic internet needs: email, ebooks (Kobo app built-in), MP3s, voice recorder, browsing, video (except those requiring Flash) etc. Nothing fancy though: no cameras, no GPS, no bluetooth. Have experienced no problems dropping wifi connection (yet).
(if one reads the other reviews here, it will become apparent that there are several minor variations of this device on the market with slightly different designations. Mine appears to be an early 701C with Andro 2.3. Product details for the others (701i, 702C) will necessarily vary...I'm simply describing the particular device I received. Sorry I was forced to post this review under the product described as "Android 4.0" -- noplace else I could have!)
A few items not mentioned elsewhere: 1) it comes with a wall charger 2) Android sometimes glitches randomly. Nothing serious, just bothersome. For instance, once while punching numbers into the calculator, the alpha keyboard popped up and I couldn't get rid of it! Had to return to the Home screen and re-enter the calculator (which still had my calculation-in-progress). Sometimes when zooming an image in the browser, it gets confused and moves the image way over to one side where it isn't viewable. Had to pan all around to regain the image. As for the Kobo ebook app, the advanced features work very poorly, particularly when highlighting text.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was purchased for a 4 year old, but it would serve adults as well. The price was the deciding factor, but the technology was as good as other tablets. Read morePublished 13 months ago by marlene connor
I l loved the price and features but they didn't amount to much if I it could not connect too the net. NEVER DID IN 45 days. Hated the graphics thought them childish. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Mark R. Hayes
S7 won't run Minecraft or Google Play / Android Market. Poor excuse for an android device. Slow and hangs too often. Returning it to the point of purchase. They can keep it.Published on January 4, 2014 by Paul Bartoletti
This tablet is a good option for anyone new to the computing world; it is fairly intuitive and easy to use. E-mail is straight-forward, and aps are easily obtained. Read morePublished on August 13, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I received the tablet as a gift. After a few months use it(used it a few times a week) wouldn't boot up past the android screen. Read morePublished on March 26, 2013 by Mottville
I was having issues with downloading e books. Once I downloaded the apps Bluefire Reader the problem was solved and the download was successful at books on board. Read morePublished on March 17, 2013 by Riding
This is a wonderful tablet. I use it to read books and listen to podcasts or books on tape (?). I added a micro sd card wrong, so I had to contact the company. Read morePublished on February 18, 2013 by David Brockert
I gave this product three stars because I didn't have high expectations of it. I bought it so that my husband could play a few games and check the weather. Read morePublished on February 5, 2013 by Caro