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Polaroid 4.3" Internet Tablet

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  • • 4.3" resistive multi-touch display
  • • Connect to the internet wirelessly (Wi-Fi)
  • • Access to over 2 million books (over 1 million free eBooks) with the included Kobo app
  • • Built-in speaker
  • • Web browsing & e-mail
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Product Description

THE POLAROID 4.3" INTERNET TABLET AND WIRELESS E-READER IS WIFI ENABLED, HAS A TOUCH SCREEN, AND AN ANDROID OS PROCESSOR. THIS TABLET IS PERFECT AS A WEB BROWSER, E-READER, AND FOR EMAIL. SMALL AND LIGHT WEIGHT. INTERNAL MEMORY: 4GB EXTERNAL MEMORY: MICRO SD BATTERY: RECHARGEABLE LI-ION

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces
  • ASIN: B007NC7ITO
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #112,718 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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50 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Wikileaker on June 30, 2012
Here we have an Android 2.2 mini-tablet with a 4.3 inch touchscreen. Got mine at the Big Store for sixty bucks.

This handheld can best be described as a little brother to the POLAROID 7" TABLET CAPACITIVE TOUCH SCREEN Android 4.0 (not really Andro4, actually 2.3). Both are styled the same and supply identical functionalities.

Where they differ is in performance; this mini-tablet has only a 600 Mhz CPU, no graphics accelerator, and a resistive (not capacitive) touchscreen. There are a few niceties, however. A micro-SD slot for cards up to 32 GB (like the 7" model). Hardware buttons on the front panel rather than the side edge. Unlike the 7" model, these are three large, easy-to-activate buttons (rather than four tiny ones). The Home and Back functions are combined into a single button; long-press it to go Home.

Only two things are missing in this mini-tablet present in the 7" model: 1) no video-out port and 2) it comes without a USB wall charger (a micro-USB cable is included).

Like the 7" model, this is a no-frills plain-Jane Droid tablet. It can browse the web via wifi, play music and video (though not Flash, I'm informed...but may be possible to hack it in...see below), serve as an ebook reader (Kobo ebook app built-in) -- what more can one say? It has Amazon App store and App Installer built-in. SInce it's not Google-approved, the Google Play store is off-limits *** unless you can hack into Android OS ***. You can find info on this by running a web search for the string "Polaroid tablet rooted". Click on the first link "OFFICIAL Polaroid PMID701c THREAD".
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Wiffy on August 10, 2012
I bought this device for $60.00 at the "Big" store like the other tablet I reviewed yesterday.

I bought this device specifically as a replacement to my MP3 player, tablet and cellphone as an internet radio device for when I'm going to bed and want to listen to music while I fall asleep. It also works great as a grocery shopping list. (Though being able to access a list that was updated online through a list app that allows that wouldn't work for this device.)

Again, since Polaroid's Amazon.com store neglects to add the model numbers of their available devices I will state this review is on the Polaroid PMID4300.

The device comes packaged in a box. In the box you have the device, device manual, some other manual, a leaflet, and a USB charging cable. (Male microUSB to male USB)

If you buy this device at the same store I did, you can easily find a USB charger base. (Though I don't know if it's got the correct output for the device.)

The build of the device is solid like the other Polaroid-branded tablets. It is manufactured by Southern Telecom. The front of the device is a smooth piece of metal. Holding the device in portrait mode the "Power", "Back/Home" and "Settings" button line the bottom. On the bottom edge of the device are, from left to right, the pin-hole reset button, microUSB port, microSD slot and headphones port. The back of the device is a smooth, rubberized plastic. The speaker is located on the top-right, while the microphone is on the right-side edge.

This device also comes with "bloatware" (AOL, Engagdet, Kayak, Moviefone, and NY Times.). None of them can be uninstalled or hidden which is kind of annoying.
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42 of 46 people found the following review helpful By frostfox anistacio on September 5, 2012
Ok found this at big lots and bought for my kid on a whim
I am not a tech person but figured out the little thing really fast . I like it
Battery life inbetween 3-4 hours depending on what you are doing
Does netflix and other video just fine
Surfs fine and screen is responsive
Plays good top games from app stores
And takes pics and video
Comes with little micro sd drive up to 32gb
Sturdy casing...good
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By BrianE on December 10, 2012
I bought an Ipod for 400 bucks.. then my sister told me about this for ~$50. I was like "so it does everything an ipod touch does but it's $350 cheaper?" Needless to say I returned the ipod (silver member) and bought one of these tablets for myself. It's great, what more do u need when ur on the go or waiting in a doctor's office? It plays video, games, music, can view photos, read books, write in notepad.... basically everything a pc does. It's on the cutting edge of technology and the price is so amazingly cheap. Sure the battery only lasts an hour or two, but how long are u actually going to use it when ur on the go, and when ur at home, use a laptop.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Danny on February 3, 2013
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I order this item Jan 14th, 2013, it came timely on the 19th, 5 days later, I picked it up the 21st, MLK day, in the afternoon. Left it charging for 2hrs, it said it was 'charge ok', so I tried the interface, is a good Android 2.2, screen is a bit reluctant, but workable for me, since all I was looking for was an MP3/Video player.

So I loaded a few mp3's and videos, that evening I played a video, it was 100% charged, 20mins on playback and I get a low-battery power warning from Android, I checked, the battery had left about 10% of power after 20mins of video playback.

In the morning, I started to charge it, this time I checked, it said it was 'charge ok' after 15mins of charging. This is a battery that is supposed to charge in about 3-5hrs, 1000mAh capacity, I was charging it using a 1000mAh output over a mini-USB cable, I've charged a 1400mAh battery before over the same cable and connection and it has taken me a full 2hrs.

I'd like to point out I have had a 4.3" player, 1400mAh battery charged in about 2hrs, video playback from 100% to 0% was about close to 3.5hrs, OR mp3 playback only of about 15hrs.

In short, for a tablet, it works, it installs apps, it runs, it has a working WiFi [very very slow though], is sluggish some, then again it only has 256mbs of working memory. It's about the same size of any 4.3" player but it's thicker, thus a bit heavier and can come across as bulky for many.

I read previous reviews, saw all the complaints, I wasn't looking for a tablet, just a 4.3" MP3/Video player, and it works as such.

The battery on the other hand, is pretty much unusable, is a pity.

So about 24hrs after I picked it up, I was already filing and printing the Merchandise Return procedure and forms, next day, I mailed it back to the Seller [Laredo Consignment Warehouse LLC, Laredo CW], I haven't heard from them for the last 11days, still waiting the reimbursement they approved me for.
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