|Screen Size||7 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1024 x 600 IPS|
|RAM||8 GB 8GB|
|Wireless Type||802.11abg, 802.11A|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||10 hours|
Digiland DL718M Quad Core 8 GB Android 5.1 IPS Multi-Touch tablet
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The MediaTek quad core processor delivers the speed to run multiple apps. New high definition IPS technology delivers wide viewing angles and vivid colors you will want to take your Digi land tablet everywhere with its dual cameras. Store hundreds of photos with 8 GB of built-in storage. Android 5.1 provides all of the latest features and works with more apps than previous OS. Wireless 802.11 a/bb/g.
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1. Arrived on time.
2. Works as advertised.
3. Has Bluetooth, must for what I'm using it for.
4. Saved a TON OF MONEY vs. buying some expensive auto dash device (see below).
5. Torque app runs awesome on this!
1. Large bisel around the edge.
2. I can't find a case for this, but not really looking that hard. Not a con really, but should't tablets come with some sort of case by now?
3. Time will tell how well this lasts in the hot car. Again, not a con, but just in case.
No need to buy an expensive AIM or KOSO or Auto Meter LCD Digital Dash LCD Competition Dash device, just download the Torque app and off you go.
Also, buy a right angle or left angle micro USB cable, see picture for more details.
I only ever used the tablet for three functions only. For work, utilizing the company app for electronic invoices, work-related photos and digital signatures, Netflix, and Youtube. The device was never dropped, never exposed to moisture, never even bumped. The weekend before it died, however, it did begin to experience problems. It would freeze and then randomly restart, the camera function would become unresponsive (required for work related photos), and the blue tooth sound would cut in and out. I suppose these were all warning signs that something was amiss internally, until the device finally became non-functional. Also, the quality of the screen was a little blurry compared to other, more high end tablets, but you get used to it over time. All in all, I was satisfied with it's overall performance, as well as the simplistic design. I was, however, ultimately disappointed with it's ridiculously short life span. Maybe I got a bad one? I've decided that I would still purchase another one and hope for the best IF it were still available, but so far Amazon's listing says it's no longer being sold. In spite of the first one dying on me in relatively little time, for the cheap price of it, I think it's worth giving the brand ONE more chance. Just be realistic about your purchase and expect what you pay for.
For example, and the reason I'm returning this, is that the "When to daydream" option is missing from the Daydream settings screen. Without this option, the tablet can only go into Daydream mode when it's docked. Since I'm not using a dock, the Daydream mode can't be used.
I don't know what else is broken, other than pretty bad touch-sensitivity.
I ordered this device "new" and received it refurbished. I contacted Amazon and was sent another "refurbished." After a long time on the phone, I sent back one of them and got $15 off my purchase. I would have preferred to have received a new device but this will do.
My review after having it for a month:
Quicker speeds than expected: Relatively snappy experience
All plastic, including screen
Poor color calibration
Poor speakers: Tinny and quiet
This product is a good value for the money. For $40, or $25 in my case, it was a good purchase. It can handle most mobile games and basic tasks well. It isn't the best build quality, but that is to be expected.
I would recommend this product if you understand its flaws before purchasing it.
Please stop sending refurbished Digiland products when it is clearly listed as "New"
If it weren't for that fact, I would have given it a 4. The screen is good, I haven't had any problems with anything and I have had it for a couple months. I've never had anything of comparable size before, so I can't really say how the battery life compares, but it's better than my niece's iPhone. The sound is nothing to write home about, so if that's important to you, you might want to look elsewhere.
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