So, well I originally thought this blog would be exclusively posts about enterprise level junk, but I decided, well I really like technology, and use a bunch of it… so I may as well review some too. Anyway, I recently bought a $55 tablet off new egg, mostly, well because it was $55, and I have to say, I’m really impressed with the little Android tablet.
Here’s the Specs:
7 inch screen
Dual core 1.6 GHz ARM processor
4GB internal storage
Front facing camera (1.3 megapixels)
HDMI out, micro USB port, headset jack, and micro SD card slot
This is by no means the quickest tablet on the market, but it isn’t the slowest either, one can browse the web, play some games listen to music, or watch video no problem. The greatest drawback t this device is the underwhelming battery life, which only lasts about 2.5 hours. Its also worth noting that the device lacks bluetooth and GPS entirely. That said at $55 bucks, you could do much, much worse. Personally I think of the tablet as a slightly slower Nexus 7 (First Gen) that lacks a few features, and adds a couple ports.
I’d give the tablet an 85/100 overall, and while it won’t replace my Windows 8 tablet, I’d really recommend it for kids, or for ballers on a budget.
Click here to buy the tablet on Newegg.