|Screen Size||10.1 inches|
|Processor||ARM Cortex A-9|
Dragon Touch174; R10 10.1'' Google Android 4.1 Dual Core Tablet MID PC, Rockchip RK3066 Dual Core Cortex A9 CPU up to 1.6GHz, 1Gb RAM, 8Gb HDD, Multi-Touch Screen, Front Camera + Rear Camera, Google Play Pre-Installed, HDMI 1080P Output, Skype Video Calling, Netflix, Flash Supported [By TabletExpress]
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This item Dragon Touch174; R10 10.1'' Google Android 4.1 Dual Core Tablet MID PC, Rockchip RK3066 Dual Core Cortex A9 CPU up to 1.6GHz, 1Gb RAM, 8Gb HDD, Multi-Touch Screen, Front Camera + Rear Camera, Google Play Pre-Installed, HDMI 1080P Output, Skype Video Calling, Netflix, Flash Supported [By TabletExpress]
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|Sold By||—||AK-TECH||Speedy Mobile||Astro Tab||LSElectronics||Moonriver House Electronics|
|Color||—||b.X10 Android 5.1 Lollipop||Dark Titanium||Black||—||Smoky Titanium|
|RAM Size||1 GB||1 GB||2 GB||—||1 GB||1.5 GB|
|Connectivity Technology||wi-fi, hdmi, rj45||—||Wireless||ethernet, wi-fi, bluetooth, micro usb, usb, hdmi||wi-fi, bluetooth, micro usb, usb, hdmi||Wireless|
|Screen Size||10.1 in||10.6 in||10.6 in||10.1 in||10.1 in||9.7 in|
|Flash Memory Installed Size||8 GB||16 GB||32||16 GB||32 GB||16|
|Hard-Drive Size||—||0 GB||32 GB||16 GB||32 GB||0 GB|
|Item Dimensions||6.6 x 10.4 x 0.43 in||7.87 x 13.78 x 1.5 in||6.77 x 10.81 x 0.37 in||0.4 x 6.8 x 10.2 in||0.35 x 10.35 x 6.42 in||6.57 x 9.55 x 0.3 in|
|Item Weight||1.2 lbs||1.98 lbs||1.5 lbs||1.25 lbs||1.19 lbs||0.99 lb|
|Native Resolution||1024x600||1366x768||1366 x 768 pixels||1280x800||1280x800||1024 x 768 pixels|
|Operating System||Android 4.1(Jelly Bean)||Unknown||Windows 8||Android 6.0||Android, Lollipop 5.1||Android 5.0|
|Wireless Technology||WiFi||Wireless, Bluetooth||Bluetooth||Wireless, Bluetooth||Bluetooth, 3G, WiFi||Bluetooth+ Wi-Fi+3G|
8GB High Resolution 1024 x 600 pixels Display, 10 inch TFT super slim 16:9 Panel, Built-in WIFI 802.11b/g/n, Support multiple formats 1080P HD Player, RJ-45 Network connection 1 TF card lots up to 32GB Software Support Office Support MS Office Word, PPT, Excel Gaming Built-in 3D Accelerator. Support 3D games Email Gmail, POP3/SMTP/IMAP4
Top customer reviews
I would update the rating to 5 stars if the screen brightness was better and it was truly FLASH ready.
Day 5 update: Today is the first day I have been able to use the tablet exclusively so I will share what I've experienced.
The micro USB port when plugged in DOES NOT offer a secondary charging location, so plugging it into a USB car charger or any USB port to charge will not work. Not a huge deal but the connection for the wall charger is thin so prolonged use will determine the durability of the provided charging cable.
Another downside is the length of the charging cable at 48". While this may be a tiny inconvenience to some, holding the tablet in bed r relaxing largely dictates proximity to a wall outlet. I haven't used it in such a way that warrants me to using it while charging, its just a quirk. The location for the charger connection isn't placed very well if you intend on having the tablet oriented with the screenshot button on the bottom, but the 4 way screen rotation helps the design flaw.
Battery life is impressive but it may something to do with the brightness of the screen... for a 10" dual core about 12 hours of constant use it performed remarkably well. I must note that the charging to consumption ratio is negative (using the tablet while charging) certainly extends the life of your session, in order to fully charge efficiently, it can't really be used.
The tablet is also very light weight and easy to handle. Its a little thinner than my motorola droid RAZR in a slim fitting case. The difference is negligible. I've been searching for a universal case for it for a few days that doesbt imoede the lock/volume buttons and other ports found on the intended bottom edge of the tablet. The lack of accessory support is largely due to its only been released for a few weeks.
Overall I am impressed with the quality and functionality of the tablet thus far and I am happy with our purchase. My original 4 star rating will remain. I've also emailed the seller asking how to increase the brightness through non traditional ways.
The screen is easy to see and all the mentioned features work well together.
It does feel a bit like plastic as others have said. That, however, did not bother me.
The hard drive size is great and easily expandable with an SD card.
Now for why to avoid it.
The battery is made to last for a month with normal use. Afterwards it starts to slowly lose charge until it doesn't charge at all even after 24 hours. This is rather smart as you don't notice until you can no longer return it.
It cannot multi-task. After having Dropbox, Settings, and a reading app open the system would begin to bog down. Even having two different types of settings open would make the system lag.
The stylus does not work well with the tablet. I was better off using my fingers. I tried the stylus for a week solid, never using my fingers, and still felt it didn't work properly.
The battery lasts only 5 hours with normal use. 2 if you're running a movie of any kind. This is unacceptable for any tablet. The average movie is two and half hours long, not including credits. Any mobile device should be required to run at least that. This was with brightness at the lowest settings and with the WiFi off.
The WiFi service is highly unstable. Seven times out of ten the device would start without the WiFi adapter being able to turn on or connect to networks. When this was not the case the WiFi would shut off randomly or disconnect without warning. This was not just on my home WiFi, but across multiple networks, routers, and services.
Third battery issue was that it never knew how much power it really had. Sometimes it would have 90% and would still die. Other times the tablet would indicate only 10% after a full night of charging.
Screen flickers whenever it is touched in the lowest brightness settings.
No other ports allow charging.
WiFi and brightness highly drain battery power.
As the son of a computer engineer I feel i know my way around battery failures, lag, and WiFi issues. This tablet showed me that even if you know the ins and outs of electronics of all kinds, that knowledge will not help you with a faulty device. Such as this.
I just wish I could figure out what that metal thing in the corner is, and IF IT IS the stylus, I wish I could figure out how to get it out and use it.
Hope that helps some one make a decision.