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Skytex Primer Pocket 4.3" Multi-touch Android 2.2 Media Tablet

by Skytex

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  • 4.3" LCD display
  • Android 2.2;
  • Multi-touch (pinch-to-zoom)
  • 600 MHz processor 600MHz + 400 MHz DSP; G-sensor
  • 256 MB DDR2 RAM
  • Compatible with microSD Cards up to 16 GB
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Technical Details
Brand NameSkytex
Item Weight11.2 ounces
Product Dimensions4.5 x 3 x 0.5 inches
Item model numberSX-EB430A
Batteries:1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
Wireless Comm Standard802.11bgn
Operating SystemAndroid 2.2
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB005EGROE0
Best Sellers Rank #76,936 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 25, 2011
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Skytex
  • Model: SX-EB430A
  • Display Size: 4.3 inches
  • Hardware Platform: Android 2.2
  • Wireless Communication Standard: 802.11bgn
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Product Description

SKYTEX SX-EB430A Primer Pocket 4.3" Multi-Touch Tablet with Android 2.2

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No customer service and NO place to return!
Jenifer
I know it was not the wifi because other electronic devices (laptop & desktop) were connected to it as well and had no connection problems.
Smiles321
There is a category on there to download "adult" apps that could not be removed!
Doc Moon

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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Ernest Yanarella on August 30, 2011
I took a flyer and ordered this product not sure whether it was just a toy or was a truly multi-functional device. The first challenge was to figure out how navigate the screen landscape. Using my finger proved to be frustrating. So after an hour or two I was ready to send it back.

The following day, I switched to a stylus, which overcame the hit-or-miss experience of navigating the resistive screen. While not exactly on par capacitive screens, it was a tremendous improvement and more than merely tolerable.

The audio and video output soften truck me as really good, considering the device's specs. My experience with wifi at hot sites was also very good. In fact, it was better than my cell phone. No problems were detected with the G-sensor or the microSD card slot. The buttons or levers for on/off, men, back, and volume took a few minutes to get accustomed to, but once learned they were very functional. (Anyone who has used the Archos 400 and higher line of products has experienced a similar learning curve.)

Perhaps the one drawback to the Primer Pocket is that it does not have access to the android Market, but instead comes with GetJar for apps. Third-party app stores like Amazon's close the gap somewhat. I am still looking for a good full-fledged office suite that allows viewing AND generating AND editing of Word docs, spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presentations.

The primary purpose in buying an small and inexpensive (as opposed to a cheap) tablet was to have something I could use as a video or music player or for email checking at odd moments. You know, pop it into a trouser pocket and pull it out during a break or at lunch. The Skytex Primer Pocket more than serves these intended uses.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By RR on September 8, 2011
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I have used it for a couple of days and it is a good product at a great price. I bought this for my daughter. It is light weight, very basic functions but everything you'll need in your day to day life. You can listen to music, videos, browse the web to your hearts content, watch youtube, email and social networking. The touch feature is slightly hard, but hey I didn't expect to work like high end tablets which cost 3 or 4 times more. The picture quality is better than my HTC HD7. My HTC HD7 does not play videos from most sites including CNN, BBC, but this product which cost much less does. Sound quality is acceptable. Works great with WIFI and very fast.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By John Davis on September 7, 2011
I recently owned a Nook Color and ported gingerbread to it. The nook was amazing but a little too cumbersome. Was looking for something that I could watch movies on, stream video, check mail and surf. This little device meets all of those requirements in a satisfactory manner. By no means is this a monster of a tablet, but it gets the job done. As mentioned in another review there is no official market access nor any official google apps. Not a deal breaker for me since doing a simple search will return the apk of any app your would like to run. I did have some issues installing some apps though, namely grooveIP (great app for calls) and opera mini (best browser in my opinion). I chalked it up to missing official google components. I found an alternative browser called xscope that seems to run better than the stock browser. To sum it up, if you are looking for an inexpensive way to be entertained then you cannot go wrong with this little device
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Doc Moon on January 11, 2012
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Bought 3 of these at Christmas for my kids. They arrived in a timely manner. Charged and Turned them on when we got them. There is a category on there to download "adult" apps that could not be removed! The sensetivity on the touchscreen was just bad, slow reaction, no reaction; etc! Had trouble charging them and one of them just quit charging completely and would not even turn on! We tried to send them back for a refund but they refused to give us money back because we didn't have all the bubble rap and a plastic sleeve! Was completely disappointed with the product and customer service! Do not buy this product!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Fascinating Womanhood Grad. on November 20, 2011
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This Skytex Pocket Primer came with: Angry Birds, Browser, Calculator, Calendar, Clock, Email, File Explorer, Gallery (images), Getjar (app market), Media player (mp4), music (mp3), Recorder, and Video Player (Youtube).
This Skytex WILL CRASH if the cache is not emptied regularly. The browser catch should be emptied on exit from the app. To clear the cache on an app, click: Settings>Applications>Manage Applications>All. Next click on an app name like browser and if Cache is not empty hit clear cache.
I got this for an ebook ereader. Right now I have installed Kindle, Audiobook, EGW Writings, JustReader (feeds), MySword (Bible), Overdrive Media Console (epub and mp3), Project Gutenberg, Sabbath School Quarterly, and VirtueBible readers. I really have gotten a lot of readers and over 100 books installed. I have not been able to get my books to download to the SD card. I can only use the SD card for image and audio files I want to move off my computer and use on the Skytex. Even apps that offer the option of installing to SD card, do not seem to show up on the SD card. I have used less than half of my space on the flash drive though, so this is not such a big deal.
I have also installed: Allrecipes, Amazon Appstore, Awesome Arithmatic, Bible Flash Cards, ColorNote, Cozi, Droid secret tips, Fad Sudoku, Journal Notes, Kid Mode, Kid's math, Memory Trainer, Pink Pad, Remember Me, Skyfire, Sudoku Free, ToMarket Lite, Verse[d], What's for Dinner?, and WordSearch.
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