Klü by Curtis, 7" Android Tablet, Android 4.0, LT7052
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I solved it by buying a cable and cheap keyboard/case $8.00 to use the arrow keys on the keyboard when I need to scroll and can't use the screen.
Also doesn't have the Google play store. Most apps can be gotten elsewhere, Amazon or slideme.
I have tested connecting to USB flash drives, usb hub, usb keyboard and all work OK. Have tried the hdmi video output, and it does work, but rather clunky and difficult to make the switch to local screen vs hdmi output. Both won't stay on at the same time, so you have to guess on the local screen where to touch/click while looking at the big hdmi output screen.
It has youtube, gmail, email, facebook apps and more. Can find more online and the download install seems to work fine.
I added a Nook and Kindle app as well as another generic book reader app and they work fine. The Internet connection is easy and although a little slow, it is OK for most things.
I haven't crashed it yet after several months of use. Both my son and I have one. He uses it as a book reader and likes that. I use it for portable access to the internet and my activities there.
I bought mine at a major discount store that was offering it for $40 after rebate. Heck of a deal. If I had to pay $100 or more, I might look for one that had a camera included.
I added a 32 gb micro SD card--works fine. The sound is not very high, but with earphones it is fine. The battery lasts 2-3 hours in full brightness and wifi on.
It is not terribly bright screen, but for indoors it is fine.
Youtube works OK, maybe just a slight bit slow, but mostly fine.
Have no trouble connecting wifi at public places.
The included App store is called "Slide Me," and it has lots of good stuff, although not as many as the official Google Play store. I installed the Amazon Kindle app, and the Nook app, so I can read all my Kindle & Nook books. Works fine for this. That's mostly what I've been using this tablet for, works great, allows me to just have one unit for both my Nook and my Kindle books. Has Google Android 4.0, so I can run both at the same time, switch back & forth, if I want.
Pandora installed fine, works fine. The YouTube app works great, and this tablet has Adobe Flash 11, which even an iPad does not.
It comes with a stylus, which I've used some, but it works ok with my fingertip. Not as responsive to touch as my Galaxy tablet, but the Samsung costs about 4x as much! The Klu is very light, but that means the battery is not very big, so if you have the WiFi on all the time, it will need charging often. I generally download some books, then have the WiFi off while reading.
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cheap is right keep in mind you get what you pay for im going to donate mine to underprivliged may they can figure it outPublished on February 10, 2014 by Tom M.
There's no comparison between the Curtis Klu and the Kindle Fire. To be fair, I did have the Kindle Fire first and was used to how it operates.
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