|Screen Size||7 inches|
|Hard Drive||8 GB|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||6 hours|
NeuTab® N7 Pro 7'' Quad Core Google Android 4.4 KitKat Tablet PC, HD 1024X600 Display, Bluetooth, Dual Camera, Google Play Pre-loaded, 3D-Game Supported (Black)
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- Enhanced performance: Featuring a powerful and robust Quad-Core CPU, NeuTab N7 Pro ensures quick app launches and ultra-smooth gaming. Android 4.4 KitKat enables quicker multitasking without sacrificing its performance.
- Stay connected: Built-in Bluetooth allows easy pairing with speakers, keyboard, and other Bluetooth-enabled devices which makes your N7 Pro tablet powerful multi-media. Built-in Wi-Fi enables you stay connected on the go and fast web browsing.
- Expanded storage: An 8GB nand flash enables you to download thousands of apps from Google Play Store and Micro SD card slot allows adding up to 32GB of extra space to store songs, videos, photos and other files.
- Unlimited entertainment: Enjoy access to an ever-expanding world of music, movies, TV shows, books, Android apps, and games with Google Play. N7 Pro HD high resolution screen offers rich graphics, bright colors, and crisp text.
- Local supported customer service: NeuTab offers 1 year manufacturer defect warranty. In addition, our US-based local customer service and tech support guarantees quick response to your questions via email and local phone call. SquareTrade offers extended coverage protection against accidental drop, water damage, etc. Please feel free to contact us whenever a question pops up in your head, we are always here to help.
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|RAM Size||512 MB||8 GB||1 GB||1 GB||1 TB||2 GB|
|Connectivity Technology||—||Wi-Fi||—||Wireless||wi-fi, bluetooth||Wireless|
|Screen Size||7 in||7 in||7 in||7 in||7 in||7 in|
|Flash Memory Installed||—||—||8 GB||8 GB||16 GB||32|
|Hard-Drive Size||8 GB||8 GB||8 GB||8 GB||16 GB||16 GB|
|Item Dimensions||4.5 x 7.4 x 0.3 in||4.5 x 7.6 x 0.4 in||4.1 x 7.3 x 0.3 in||0.38 x 4.58 x 7.61 in||4.9 x 7.3 x 0.45 in||4.49 x 7.87 x 0.34 in|
|Item Weight||0.62 lb||0.65 lb||0.56 lb||0.68 lb||—||0.64 lb|
|Native Resolution||1024X600||1024 x 600 (171 ppi)||1024×600||1024 X 600||1200x600||1920 x 1200|
|Operating System||Android 4.4 (KitKat)||Fire OS||Android 5.0 (Lollipop)||Android 4.4 KitKat||Android 6.0||Android 4.3 Jelly Bean|
|Wireless Technology||WiFi||—||WiFi, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth||Bluetooth, WiFi||Bluetooth, WiFi||WiFi|
NeuTab N7 Pro
The 7 inch screen is proven to be the most popular and practical screen size that makes your
hand comfortable as well as your mind. And NeuTab N7 Pro feathers the 7 inch HD screen
and the powerful Quad Core Processor.
Built-in Bluetooth and WiFi keeps you connected to your friends and social network. Do not
carry your laptop around, because this tablet is meant to be used on occasions like this, relax
and enjoy the vivid picture and all the fun moments online.
Explore Google possibility
Google play store is the magic box to get everything you need, enjoy over 33 million movies,
TV shows, songs, books, Android apps and games in the Google
Play - including Facebook, Netflix, Hulu plus, and more.
Guaranteed SatisfactionLong-Term commitment from NeuTab!
US based customer service, technical support and 1 year limited manufacturer defect warranty
guarantee 100% satisfaction.
- Google Android 4.4 KitKat system
- 7.0 inch Multi-touch HD screen with 1024x600 resolution
- 4x1.2GHz Quad Core CPU, plus Quad Core GPU
- 8GB Storage (Supports MicroSD card extension), 512MB RAM
- Dual Camera
- Wireless N(802.11b/g/n)
What's in the Box:
- NeuTab N7 Pro Quad Core Tablet;
- AC Adapter;
- USB Connection Cable;
- User Manual
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I know that there are some people who feel disappointed from a spec and performance standpoint from this tablet but I think we should measure this against what it's selling for. Let's not have unrealistic expectations here.
This is a $50 tablet. Don't expect the Windows of Heaven to open for 50 bucks. My best and favorite tablet at the moment is my Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2/ International version which cost $730 from an importer about 8 months ago
I don't (and didn't) expect this basic/ starter tablet to compete with Samsung or any of the others that I have that costs several hundred dollars more.
You get what you pay for. But, for $50, you're actually getting a pretty good tablet that will suit someone's needs.
The NeuTab (2015) features:
* 7"/ 1024 x 600 display
* 1.2GHz (x4) processors
* 8 GB HDD
* 512MB of RAM
* Android 4.4 OS
* Front and Back facing camera
* 1-year warranty
Now the tablet has a slot for external storage. I put in SanDisk 8 microSD card.
The kit comes with:
* Micro USB cable (x2)
* screen protector
* AC wall charger
* an offer for a free case
*** Performance ***
The performance was a mixed bag.
If you have "better" tablets at your disposal, then you'd see the limitations that this tablet suffers from.
512MB of RAM is NOT sufficient. It's passable, if you're one with very basic needs: check the internet, email, texting.
But activities such as gaming and/or multitasking in business projects like an office suite, you see just how much the system will lag with such a very low RAM installed.
In the video, I show how this looks when compared to it's nearest competitor who's offering a tablet with marginally better spec's but at about 2x the price.
Game play was good. With only slight aliasing, I was hardly aware of it most of the time while playing.
The colors, even with video files that I placed on the external microSD card looked a bit darker and shadowy when played adjacent to the other tablet. The speed of the video was excellent.
The sound was accurate. You're not getting Bose Audio quality but the sound is good and par for the course.
Camera and video camera--
Again, as you'll see in the accompanying video, that the camera as adequate. The spec's are not listed here on Amazon's product page but I believe we're dealing with a >1MP camera.
When the manufacturer says "HD" resolution. It can mean Standard definition (720) or Full Definition (1080). By either definition, the display is actually slightly less than standard definition. But, other companies have also marketed the same resolution as "HD" when the meaning of Standard HD is 1280 X 720.
That maybe spitting hairs but the resolution especially for bright, vibrant games and video playback is pretty good.
If there's anything that really sets this apart is that NeuTab designed a casing that makes finding the right buttons very easy: comfortable spacing and the markings are at a comfortable font size.
I like the N7, this model from NeuTab. For a very basic tablet, it has a lot of features and it's performance exceeded what I'd expect from a bargain priced tablet.
A Walmart superstore is just a few blocks away from me and they sell $50 tablets. BrandsMart is a few miles away and they sell $50 tablets.
Good luck if anyone can find something halfway decent amongst the POS that they're offering. I'd take this NeuTab over the junk any day.
I purchased this for my son to use at school. We do not allow him to use the internet or YouTube on his phone; however, there are several classes which require him to use his device, which put us in a bind. Our solution was to purchase a $50 tablet for him to use at school. A bonus of the price is that if he trashes it we are not out a lot of money. I found a $10 7" case on Amazon with the elastic corners and it fits fine. I think anything you find on Amazon to fit a 7" tablet will work fine. There is an offer in the box for a free case but I have not received it yet so I can't speak to what it is.
I originally purchased the new Amazon Fire but then returned it and bought this one instead. Since I purchased and used both in a short period of time, I will compare the two tablets.
This is the biggest hit on this tablet. The screen is washed out if you look at it at any kind of angle. The Amazon Fire screen is much better.
Unknown so far. It shipped with a 90% charge and drained to 70% within about an hour of heavy use (initial downloads and install).
The tablet comes in a plain brown box but is very securely packaged. It comes with a micro-USB cord, a proprietary power cord, and a standard USB power supply. It comes with a screen protector which is custom cut to this tablet. It also has an offer for a free case. Amazon Fire packaging is very nice and includes everything but a screen protector and a free case.
The Amazon Fire took about 30 minutes to download and update everything. It shipped already linked to my Amazon account which was convenient. The NeuTab started right up but was very slow at first. I realize now that it was also downloading updates to several apps (Hangouts, Google Play, and Chrome). Once those downloads were complete (about 10 minutes) the performance picked back up. The registration was a little more clunky than the Fire. Standard Android stuff.
The Fire has a power button, volume button, and micro-USB port. The NeuTab has the same plus a small (2mm) power spot. I don't know why they included the proprietary cable and put the charging port in. It charges fine through the standard micro-USB port. I will probably throw away the extra power cord once I'm sure that everything is working OK.
The NeuTab has a 1 year warranty. Fire also has a 1 year warranty.
The NeuTab is about what you would expect for a $50 tab. Fire is a little snappier but nothing to write home about.
I installed a free app called Kids Place that allows you to fence off the tablet and only allow access to certain apps. There is a timer plugin to this app which only allows access during certain times of the day, or you can set a daily timer. This works better for me than the Fire FreeTime feature since FreeTime does not allow access to the browser. My son also requires an app called SeeSaw which was not available in the Amazon app store. If you are wanting to get a tablet and install any apps on it, the Fire is probably not for you. If you are mainly wanting to watch videos, you probably want to go with the Fire since the screen on the NeuTab is so particular about viewing angle.
At the end of the day the biggest advantage the Fire tab has is the screen. It is also deeply integrated with the greater Amazon ecosystem. The problem is that you lose access to the bigger Android app market. The NeuTab has access to every Android app that will run in Android 4.4. This lack of a fence is the biggest reason that I will be using this tab instead of the Fire. So far I am very pleased.