|Screen Size||10.1 inches|
|Processor||1.2 GHz AMD E Series|
|Hard Drive||16 GB|
|Wireless Type||802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n|
10.1" Android Tablet Black
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ARM Cortex 1.2GHz quad-core processor / 1GB DDR3 RAM / 16GB Flash Memory / 10.1" IPS Touchscreen / 802.11b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 3.0 / Android 4.1 Back 2MP webcam and front 0.3MP HD webcam miniUSB 2.0 port, miniHDMI port, dock connector port 2 speakers Up to 5 hours of run time on a full charge Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) OS Weighs 2.3 lbs Dimensions - 7.2 x 10.3 x 0.4
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I have just had this a few days. I could not be happier with this tablet so far. I am using it primarily for entertainment, with some very light work applications that are web based.
I did a lot of research on various tablets, and I came up with this one as the best value for what I want to do with it. Of course, that doesn't mean it will be the perfect match for you. Look at its limitations carefully as there is a reason it's under $200 while a top of the line tablet can be a $1000 or more.
First off, here's what this tablet ISN'T. It isn't an iPad. It isn't a top of the line, all the bells and whistles, super tech world class media device. There are features that the higher end tablets have that this one doesn't, and that's why it is a third of the price. In my case, I wouldn't use most of those bells and whistles anyway, so I am more than happy to save $300 or more by not having them.
Here's what you DON'T get that saves the money:
You cannot put a SIM card into this device and get a data plan for it. It ONLY connects to the internet via WIFI. That's not an issue for me as I am usually using it where I have WIFI access. I have WIFI at home and at work, In the rare circumstance that I don't have WIFI access, I can use my phone as a mobile hotspot and connect through my phone. Many people don't get a data plan for their tablets anyway, but they still pay for the hardware that gives them that option in the original price.
This tablet does not have GPS capability, Again, no big deal. I have that on my phone and have no need for it on my tablet. My phone mounts on my dash for GPS navigation, but the tablet will probably be in the backseat to keep my 8 year-old daughter entertained anyway.
The cameras are mediocre quality. They are fine for posting something to Facebook or video chatting, but they are not going to give you the higher resolution photos you will get from a higher end tablet. That is OK with me as I don't think of the tablet as a primary camera. My phone has a very good camera, and for keepsake photography I am going to carry and use an actual camera, not a tablet. High resolution cameras add a lot to the sticker price, and again it is something I don't need.
There is no USB charger. The input is a DC pin plug. It only comes with the AC power converter. There are car chargers advertised as being compatible as well. Again, this isn't a huge deal for me as I am not frequently away from AC power for extended periods.
Now the GOOD NEWS....
If you don't mind the limitations above, you can get a very solid tablet for well under $200. So far I have found the video playback to be very good, Browsing the internet is easy. Games play without any issues. The processor is a Quad Core / ARM Cortex-A9 / 1.2 GHz, which will handle anything I need from a tablet as a casual user.
The 16G internal memory is plenty for me when combined with a micro SD slot. It supports up at a 32G card, which again is more than I will need, especially since I can put movies or whatever on multiple cards and switch them out, giving basically unlimited storage.
There is a USB port and a mini HDMI port, so transferring files and viewing content on a TV is easy.
So far it seems to be like an excellent purchase. I have had zero quality issues, and I am extremely pleased with the all aspects of the performance. My only issue with it so far is having to wrestle it away from my daughter and wife so I can play with my new toy. My wife has been wanting to get a new notebook, but after a few days with this tablet in the house she wants to get a Hannspree for herself as well.
I will update once I have had it for a while, but my initial impression of this device is that is is a perfect match for my needs at a very reasonable price.
Still happy with it after a few weeks.
It is just a little big sluggish at times, especially right after it starts up. Nothing that has been an issue for me.
The WiFi could be stronger. I do not get as strong a signal as I do with other devices in the same locations.
It just updated to Android 4.2.2, so I would think it would update to that automatically for you.
My original overall impression is the same...considering the price, it is an excellent value. If you are looking for a high end, whiz bang tablet for this price you will be disappointed.
I purchased this tablet for my wife's Christmas present. By January 1st it had stopped working. It simply would not turn back on. Customer service advised me to plug the device in to a USB cable for 2-3 hours; they apparently thought the charger had stopped working. Still nothing. After speaking to them again today (you'll wait a long time with their customer service music) they want me to try the USB thing again.
Beware of the following:
* The tablet, in my opinion, is junk (it literally worked for just a few hours)
* Poor customer service (long wait times)
* Poor English (difficult to understand)
Buy something else!