Lots of features usually only found on higher price tablets.
~ Google Play (and other google apps) pre-installed. Not on many low priced tablets
~ Flash Player 11.x installed. Flash is not always installed now
~5 point capacative touch. The touch screen is pretty good, and it's the only lower priced tablet I've seen today with 5 point touch (that works)
~includes GPS Expected features:
~ Decent battery life; 3-6 hours, depending on # and types of apps open. comes with 110v wall charger (that gets warm when charging). Unit will charge via micro-USB port.
~ Screen quality is typical for size
~ Gyroscope works well
~ Every app I attempted to D/L on Google Play worked
~ Startup takes about 30 seconds. Web access is typical for single core processor
~ 1 camera, front-facing webcam, only .3meg. Is dark on "auto set". But works as expected
~ I've had it a month, and quality seems decent. Have not had to reset or anything like that
~ 4gig memory; has micro-SD slot for up to 32 gig. the 8 gig I installed works fine. Could be better:
~ I occasionally lose Wifi (my network is solid, so it's the unit), but it's minor...usually for just a few seconds before it reconnects; it's usually only when I d/l an app, so possibly something tied to that. I've never lost connectivity while surfing the web, or playing online.
~ Single speaker. OK for games, but for music, earbuds required. I understand tablets don't have great sound, but two speakers allow for decent sound without earbuds Overall, very happy, and 1/3 of the cost of a Nexus or Tab2
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