|Screen Size||7 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1000 pixels|
|Processor||1.5 GHz Xeon E5530|
|RAM||4 GB RIMM|
|Hard Drive||4 GB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||6 hours|
Mach Speed Trio STEALTH PRO 7CM4.0 7-Inch 4 GB Tablet
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The touch-screen separated from the device (poor adhesive) when I lifted the corner of the protective film, exposing the switches and foil/ribbon conductors underneath. I pressed that back down (did not remove any films, in case it had to go back) and charged it overnight. Right away, without loading anything, it could not stay connected to WiFi for more than about 30 seconds, making it impossible to use as the "Internet Tablet" it states on the box.
There is nothing wrong with my wireless setup, and I connected/used multiple other WiFi devices simultaneously (two laptops, a smartphone, and a media streamer) with zero issues while running inSSIDer on a laptop to watch the network performance. With all other WiFi devices switched off, it still could not stay connected long enough to download anything from Trio's own apps.triomp3.com website. Tried every trick I could find online in reviews at multiple retailers websites. Finally took it back to CompUSA/TigerDirect for exchange.
The second one had rough, sharp edges on the right-side edge (the end with connectors) from remainder plastic when it was removed from the mold and poorly finished. I charged it for two hours (said 95% out-of-the-box) then tried again. That would not stay WiFi connected for even 5 seconds at a time (could not even completely load the aforementioned webpage), so it went straight back into the box rather than waste another moment of my time..
Think about THIS when you are considering purchasing this "great deal"... Returning two of these units, and screwing around trying to get them to work wasted several hours of my time, fuel, plus the stress involved. What is YOUR time and sanity worth? If it is less than the difference between a "great deal" and a quality product, like a Galaxy 2 or similar reputable product, then you go right ahead and buy this. Otherwise, Learn From My Fail (LFMF).
I already own a Samsung Galaxy 4" player. Though it runs on a slightly older Android operating system (Gingerbread), it is for the most part excellent. The reason I bought the Mach speed 7" trio was as a present for my six year old son. Being this tablet is for a child i did not want to spend a lot of money out of fear of it getting broken or misplaced. I purchased this tablet at Sears for 100.00, before going online and reading any reviews about it. I see here on Amazon a lot of negative reviews for it, and I feel that the majority of those reviews come from un-savvy tech users or first time Droid users. So being fairly tech savvy (I like to hack things), I felt compelled to write a review that could easily be understood by all into the pros and cons of this device to help all buyers make a good purchasing decision.
Pros: Cost, screen, usability., durability, comes rooted (unlocked).
Cons: No Google Play, wifi reception is weak. No usb charging, time to set it up.
The price is right for this tablet, and its construction seems no better or worse than any other tablet I have held or seen. It feels fairly solid. Make sure to give it a full charge with the included Ac adapter before using.
The screen on this thing is not great like an Apple or Samsung, but it is definitely GOOD. The resolution is only slightly lower than my Samsung, and for most people, I dont think they would even know the difference, as everything is displayed fine. The screen is very responsive to touch.Read more ›
I'll also add that in the day and a half that I've attempted to get this thing to do ANYTHING, it's frozen at least 5 times trying to get anything to download between the connection issues. Reading other reviews this is not an abnormal issue.
I am very thankful I was able to return the tablet for store credit, but in those few days I learned a few things.
This tablet has connection issues to the internet, and does NOT have any way to fix this. I had emailed the company directly and they never replied, so it also has poor customer service (it's been over 3 weeks since I emailed them, no expectations to hear from them at this point). I googled the issue and found it to be a common issue with this particular tablet. Had the internet connection worked properly this tablet would have been usable, but without it, it was a huge MP3 player as I wouldn't be able to download any applications onto it at all.Read more ›
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This tablet should be named trio sucks. Touchscreen horrible, wifi connection trash, no google play, but it does come with three apps. Don't buy.Published 22 months ago by Samantha
Save your money and buy Apple or Samsung. I bought 2 through SPC Barnes and Noble bookstore thinking my kids could use them for school. Read more
I got these for my 2 year old and 4 year old.they work great for children.only downfall is no google play. I wouldnt buy for myself but my kids love theirsPublished on June 4, 2014 by Amanda Bradner
Do not get this tablet not even good for the price! Cheaply made touch screen glitches out all the time. Sometimes doesn't turn on and it overheats easy and shuts down. Read morePublished on May 4, 2014 by Zachary
I love this tablet my brother got this for his birthday it has a amazing camera great for selfies! And a microphone which the kindle lacks both of these and is very fun and unlike... Read morePublished on May 3, 2014 by Troy
My 10 and 13 year old have Kindle Fires. I did not want to spend as much for my 4 year old so got the Trio Stealth Pro...what a waste of money. Read morePublished on April 21, 2014 by DS IN THIS BLOG WAS NOT THE CASE THIS IS
You will like it first cause it works but after about 3 months its start to go down hill from there. Read morePublished on March 23, 2014 by Law
Do not buy this. This is not a portable internet device, it is an exercise in both frustration and humility. Read morePublished on February 5, 2014 by Not