|Screen Size||7 inches|
|Screen Resolution||800 x 480 pixels|
|Max Screen Resolution||800 x 600 pixels|
|Processor||1 GHz Intel Atom|
|RAM||0.512 GB DDR2-SDRAM|
|Hard Drive||4 GB|
|Wireless Type||802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||5 hours|
Viewsonic V7E_1WNA1US7_01 ViewPad 7e 7-Inch Android 2.3 Gingerbread Tablet - White
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- ViewPad 7e, 7" Android 2.3 Gingerbread tablet, Wi Fi 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR
- Offer top popular apps: Including Twitter, TuneIn radio, Kindle for Android, Amazon App Store for Android & more, Fast and powerful Arm Cortex-A8, 1GHz, 512MB RAM
- 4GB Storage capacity and expandable memory up to 32GB for Micro SD card, RiteTouch with multi-touch 800x600 high resolution screen
- Support 1080p video playback via micro HDMI out connection, G-Sensor built in for auto rotation & Ambient light sensor
- Dual cameras - 3MP/Rear, 0.3MP/front, OTG USB port function support (Host/Device), Support Flash 10.3
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I have used tablets and convertible tablets, for entertainment, reading ebooks and for teaching math and physics classes, and this is the nicest, coziest 7in tablet me and my family have ever had so far.
Some claims it freezes. Mine, not whatsoever. Perhaps kids had to be careful not to push the tiny on/off button at the top right.
Some also may complain it does not come with Android Market or is rooted. Need to know that Android Market is not really free, when you pay for a nifty expensive tablet that does the same things as this one, there, you are paying for AM. Nothing is free, unless you are willing to risk rooting it and installing a generic rom to have partial access to AM. But then you got something else: a generic tablet.
The fact that has a fast-response resistive screen makes it ideal for teaching and for school. Kids need to learn to write, and the appropiate apps, this Viewpad 7e can change the classroom. School districts will see the immense savings on their budgets.Read more ›
As some of you already know it, the Kindle Fire costs only $199 with IPS capacitive screen, duo core and 8GB.
So if you can get this tablet under $200, you get a pretty good deal if you want something decent with a front camera for video call. Otherwise, the other good bet is MID 7022 which has a capacitive screen.
Ok, there are a lot of things to be said about this tablet. Some other reviewers have rated this tablet as bad as it could be (e.g. freezes, and etc...). True and not true.
I have a Toshiba Thrive 16GB. Comparing a 16GB 10" screen Tegra 2 with 1GB of RAM to this little toy seems unfair, but this tablet is not bad. You just must know how to fully utilize the Viewpad 7e.
- white case
- small form factor (i.e. 7 inch screen)
- front and rear camera
- Android 2.3
- microSD slot
- 4 buttons below screen
- limited 4GB storage
- 512 MB RAM
- single core
- screen resolution
I was able to install Google Market. It's really not that hard when you make some research on how to install it. BUT I've found it useless because it's not the up-to-date one.
The 1Market and the Appstore pre-installed in the Viewpad 7e are good enough. You just have to make yourself as a SuperUser. Also, the device is already configure for the user to be able to move installed applications to the SD. Or if you want you can install App2SD for free.Read more ›
I dropped my review down because it won't play wma files and their tech support people are morons. If you need to reset the Viewpad because it locked up, then simply press the power key and the home key together. Also, the manual states that it plays wma files and it doesn't.
I did really like my Viewpad 7e, but I was forced to replace it with another tablet when Amazon was unable to ship a replacement (or give a firm date when one would be available.)
Hopefully, the problem I had with the microSDHC card reader on my Viewpad was a fluke (and not indicative of a general design defect of some sort), and if so, I would still rate the Viewpad 7e a fairly good value, because though it lacks some features, like a capacitive touch screen, that are found on other tablets like the Kindle Fire, by way of compensation it has other useful features like cameras, bluetooth, and expandable microSDHC memory.
. . . But, for this comparison to work in the Viewpad's favor, the added features (like the micro-SDHC card expansion slot) also have to ACTUALLY WORK.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I returned this item Too difficult to figure out and use. In this case I purchased a name brand where I could get support if needed. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Linda M. Yaremko
I bought this for my wife as a birthday gift when she couldn't decide between a Kindle or a Nook. My thought was to get her a tablet with support for both Kindle and Nook... Read morePublished on April 19, 2013 by Lewis
Completely satisfied. I recommend it. Despite not being a capacitive screen, the feeling is quite similar. At the sound seems very sensible and pleasant. Read morePublished on February 8, 2013 by Nelson Castillo
I've had this tablet for 4 months and all good, after that time the screen started to fail, changing color a very strange color to the point that it was stayed, please save your... Read morePublished on December 4, 2012 by tancks
I was excited to get this so I could do things like read my emails and surf the Web and watch video on a screen larger than my smart phone. Read morePublished on October 17, 2012 by Lisa M
I Had few things that was not happy with ths SD slot will not accept 32 gig, but works fine 16gig other than that it is greatPublished on July 29, 2012 by Chuckh1`02
I bought this in Dec and had nothing but trouble,The memory card that i use did not go in and out properly. Read morePublished on June 6, 2012 by Jaime R.
If you are looking for a budget tablet, this is a VERY good buy for your money, especially under $200. Read morePublished on April 12, 2012 by Mike Kai
Absolutely terrible, the touch response is terrible and the battery doesnt even charge! There are many more things why this tablet is terrible. Read morePublished on April 3, 2012 by James