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Polaroid 7" 4GB Internet Tablet with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS, Cortex A8 1GHz Processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB Internal Storage

3.6 out of 5 stars 87 customer reviews
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  • • 7" capacitive multi-touch display
  • • Supports 3D games
  • • Wirelessly download apps & eBooks
  • • Cortex A8 1GHz processor
  • • Android 4.0
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Product Description

This Polaroid 7-in. Internet tablet makes life simple. Its touch screen is easy to use. Plus, its Wi-Fi wireless compatibility lets you connect to the Internet wherever you are. Built-in speaker Internal Memory: 4GB External Memory: Micro SD Rechargeable Li-ion battery Polymer

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Screen Size 7 inches
Processor 1 GHz 8803 CORTEX A8
Graphics Coprocessor Mali 400
Average Battery Life (in hours) 3 hours
Brand Name Polaroid
Series Internet tablet
Item Weight 1.2 pounds
Product Dimensions 12.5 x 8.1 x 2 inches
Rear Webcam Resolution 3 MP
Processor Brand ARM
Power Source Battery

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3.6 out of 5 stars 87 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #25,745 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
#2,933 in Computers & Accessories > Tablets
Shipping Weight 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available March 26, 2012

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By NLee the Engineer HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on April 21, 2012
[Important note on June 18, 2012]
My original review below was mainly about how the Polaroid PMID701i compares to the older 701C. It appears that Amazon vendors are now shipping a newer model, the 702C, even though the product picture still shows the 701i. Here's to help you distinguish between those three models:

- All three tablets have 7-inch capacitive screen, 1GHz CPU, 512MB RAM, 4GB flash, microSDHC slot, etc.
- Earlier 701C came with Android 2.3, but later units are converted to 4.0. The 701i and 702C come with 4.0 only.
- Earlier 701C and 701i have a video output port, but some later units left it out. 702C added a front-facing 640x480 camera, but no video-output port.
- 701C and 701i have navigation buttons (Back/Options/Home) on the side but no volume control buttons. 702C has volume control but no navigation buttons (except for the Home button in front).
- Casings of the 701C and 701i feel more 'blocky' (not a bad thing). The 702C is curved on the back to make it appear thinner.

Based on my hands-on experience with all three models, I will say the old 701C is the best value, followed by the 702C. The 701i is a bad deal because its WiFi reception is really poor.

Original review follows:
The product offered here ("Polaroid 7" Internet Tablet Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS") is the PMID701i. I have already purchased an earlier model, the PMID701C four weeks ago. I liked the unit very much and gave it a 5-star Amazon review.
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We got these in at work last week (Big Lots) for $99.99 and I got one yesterday thinking that 4.0 is something I just have to have. I had been thinking about getting a tablet since I got one for each of my boys and while they are entertaining, I wanted a higher android than their 2.2. I really wanted to be able to have my school books on it and I know you can do that with the 2.2 so once I saw that we had the 4.0 I grabbed it. It does a lot of neat things. About the same stuff as my cell. It does have adobe flash and you can watch TV shows from their websites like the CW and MTV. You can get apps from Amazon or Google Play. While of course it doesn't have offical microsoft office stuff, it has OfficeSuite which will allow you to view and edit documents. You can have live wallpaper that looks cool but of course will kill your battery. There are lots of useful apps from facebook to netflix to books. My issues are that the picture quality is terrible (you'd think something that supports 3D games would have an ok picture at least) and wifi likes to cut off way too much. The wifi wouldn't be an issue but it will not allow you to turn it back on until you have turned the device off then back on. After four times in an hour with it saying I had full signal, I gave up trying to stay connected. I have never had an issue with a device staying connected like that. I have tried to research it online some but can't seem to find anything about it. Not even through polaroid itself nor through the website the book says to go to. The model number is nowhere to be found. I also found it odd that apparently only Big Lots sells it and online stores but not any other real store like walmart or bestbuy that you can actually go to. Amazon and Ebay have it but that's about it.Read more ›
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Like NLee I bought mine at the "Big" Chain store because of it's low price, but not so much the price was the 1GHZ ARM Processor and 512MB Ram. Most in this price range are only 256MB Ram or less. The RAM is more important than the Flash storage. Droid OS isn't really good at ram usage. The programs are small but they eat all the available ram when trying to multitask. I owned a Motorola DroidX for a year before purchasing this tablet. I have a lot of experience with the Android OS, and programs.

Get a Free App Killer/Manager, and a 16 or 32GB MicroSD card and you'll be set.

I purchased mine for a portable in house/home workshop Pandora radio, and for for basic web browsing emailing. I didn't need anything fancy, and this is actually WAY Better than I thought it would be. Charges with any MiniUSB-B Charger, or via USB cable. and I can manage files on my iMac or my PC without any trouble. Transfer speeds are slower than I expected but tolerable.

I recommend before using it that even new you go into the settings and do a full reset (wipe clean) before using it. I was having problems with it hanging on the Polaroid Startup logo and this seemed to clear it up.

Battery life is good, not great. It's on par with my iPhone the more you have it on with the screen on the faster the battery will drain. If you're taking a long trip I carry one of those emergency chargers for USB devices they take 2 AA batteries. They aren't even 5 bucks online and they work well.

Books read great with the Kindle app, but Music in PDF format.. It depends on how cleanly the music was made into a pdf. I wouldn't try using it to read music from while playing. I was curious so I had to try. :) If you zoom in it is better. I have some of my arbans' books scanned and it wasn't as readily readable as I hoped.

Great deal for a low cost Android Tablet. If you're looking for something around 100 dollars this works!
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