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AGPtek® 7" Android 4.0 Capacitive Touch Screen Tablet PC (Wi-Fi, G-Sensor, ARM Cortex A9 1.2GHz, 512M DDR3, Support HDMI 1080P Flash 11.1 Skype Video Calling & Netflix Movies, 4GB Built-In Storage)

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Product Description

LCD:7 inch 800x480 TFT, Multi-touch 5 point capacitive touch screen
CPU model: Via WM8850--ARM Cortex A9 1.2 GHz
OS: Android 4.0
GPU model: Vivante G800
Built in 4GB, T-Flash 32GB(Extend)
internet WiFi: 802.11b/g/n
Speed: 150Mbps
Flash 11.1
communication: SKYPE/MSN/QQ
browse support, download support
3G Mode: USB Dongle(WCDMA,EVDO,TD-SCDMA), speed 6Mbps, AP NO
solution: 1920*1080P,1920*1080I,1280*720P,720*480P,720*480I
HDMI: Mini HDMI Ver 1.3
SOUND: HDMI1.3/Stereo
Audio format: MP3,WMA,WAV,OGG,OGA,APE,FLAC,AAC,M4A,3GPP etc.
SOUND: HDMI1.3/Stereo
photo format: PG,JPEG,BMP,GIF,PNG,JFIF etc.
office File: Word,Excel,PowerPoint,Text, PDF support, E-mail support
Camera Sensor: CMOS, solution 0.3 Mega
G-sensor: support
record format: 3GP
Others: game 3D, Flash, upgrade support
language: Chinese,English,Spanish,French,German,Italian,Dutch,Portuguese etc.
Input Voltage: DC 5V
incoming current: 2A
battery: 3000mA 3.7V
size: 192*122*12.5(mm)
weight(device): 360g
operating temperature: 0¡æ~45¡æ

Charger: 1 PCS (Input AC 100-240V,Output DC5V/2A)
OTG cable (Mini USB to USB cable): 1 PCS
USB cable: 1 PCS
User manual: 1 PCS

Earphone: 1 PCS

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Technical Details

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Screen Size 7 inches
Screen Resolution 800_x_480
Processor 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex A-9
Wireless Type 802.11 B/G, 802.11bgn, 802.11B
Brand Name AGPtEK
Series capacitive touch
Operating System Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
Item Weight 1.5 pounds
Product Dimensions 9.1 x 6 x 2 inches
Computer Memory Type DDR3 SDRAM
Flash Memory Size 4 GB
Power Source Corded-Electric, Battery

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Customer Reviews
3.6 out of 5 stars 228 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #20,057 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
#2,371 in Computers & Accessories > Tablets
Shipping Weight 1.5 pounds
Date First Available June 20, 2012

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My family has been using this tablet now for over 6 months.

I have a two year old daughter, who loves a large variety of kids videos so I was mainly looking for a smaller format tablet just potent enough to mainly play and store videos - it would have to be a lower cost device in case she splattered it with oatmeal or of course, dropped it. An added bonus would be if the wife could surf, check her sites, weather, read news, etc.

The other primary concern was to determine if the family would actually use a tablet enough to justify one more expensive (down the road) and if so, would a 7" format suit their needs? I have a droid 3 phone that the office issued me, and both my daughter and wife love using it (it's like a big treat to use daddy's phone). This tablet feels like a larger version of my phone.

Well, when the tablet arrived just in time for her birthday, I was absolutely stunned at the quality and how well the tablet works overall. The screen is surprisingly responsive, crisp and usable, much more than I expected.

I was concerned that some specs were too good to be true - but so far, all have been true and even understated.

Here's some of the hesitations I initially had before buying, so I thought it might be helpful to address them now that I've been using the tablet for some time (over 6 weeks).

Does it really have the option to insert and USE a micro-SD card?
- YES! I purchased a 32GB sandisk micro-SD card (max is 32 Gb). I opted for a class-4 card because I'm using it to view 1080 HD movies shot with our HD video camera (my daughter loves watching her cousins, herself, etc)
- Using the microSD card is easy as I hoped. I use a USB card reader on my laptop and simply drag-drop photos and videos to the card.
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For the price, this 7" tablet is a great find. I personally have Nexus 7 and a Nook Color, but thought I'll get this thing as a beater for my commute on the train. It handles itself supprisingly well if used correctly and for its intended purpose.

- In landscape, the color and clarity is very good - great for videos.
- Speaking of videos, it streams Netflix, Flixter (for movie trailers), and Youtube without any problems. When there is no wifi connectivity, it was able to play AVI files without a hitch.
- Expandable storage with a micro SD port (the tablet labels it as TF Card). Better than the Nexus 7, where storage is limited by the size of the device.
- Micro HDMI out
- Good sound when used with headphones.
- Sturdy build quality with nary a creak or flex.
- Almost no bloatware whatsoever.
- Jellybean with a functional Play Store!
- In portrait, the lower cost of the device is very noticible. It works fine if kept at least 15 inches away. When held close for activities such as reading small text, the lcd screen will wash out some colors, creating a diffrent brightness perception on each eye.
- The touch response is a bit lacking. Don't plan on playing arcade style games because you will get frustrated. This could just be my model - ymmv. Regardless, the manufacture did a great job by adding the physical navigation buttons.
- Some apps and games don't function very well. One game I tried was Frontline Comamando which works great on the Nexus 7, but this device is missing some text in the game.
- No software update. Can't really gripe about this since there are major phone manufaturers that are promising upgrades but never does it (see Samsung Blaze 4G).
- No bluetooth.
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This little ICS tablet surprised me with how well it performs. I have had zero issues to date...plays movies perfectly, no issues with Netflix or HD Youtube vids. Processor speed is a plus and the GPU functions flawlessly. Every app I have tried has worked with no hangups. The only down side is the battery tops out at about 6 hours, depending on what's running. Overall I would recommend this to anyone looking for an inexpensive tablet that will do just about anything you ask it to.
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For the price I wasn't expecting too much but I wanted a small tablet for email and some apps. I am an ipad user so I anticipated a minimal experience with the tablet. When it arrived I was immediately impressed with the display quality. Experience with my android phone made the learning curve quite gentle. That's good as the documentation that comes with it is lacking if you aren't familiar with android. At first I experienced it losing connectivity with my home network but soon found that if I was a little more patient with it when waking it from sleep, it would find the network and all would be well. My only other frustration with it is that I have yet to get Netflix to work.

Is it as good as an ipad? No. Battery life is significantly shorter and it has some of the normal android quirks. That's OK with me as it is also a fraction of the cost of an ipad and it performs very well.

Is it worth buying? Yes, YES. One of the best values I have seen for the money. This comes with access to Google Play, something you need to watch for with some of the cheaper tablets. Not all of them do. Overall I am very happy with it. I often find myself grabbing it instead of the ipad for some tasks just because it is easier to handle.

I think I am going to buy another. My wife keeps taking mine.
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