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Android™ OS 4.0
1 GB DDR3
4 GB Flash Memory
MicroSD™ Card slot
5 GB Cloud Storage
IBM PC or Compatible PC
Notebook or Macintosh with USB port
Display and Graphics:
7.0-in. TFT display
Resolution: 800 x 480
Capacitive touch screen
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Front Camera 0.3MP
2.0 USB Host
Ear Jack: 3.5 mm (Line-in Mic)
Rechargeable li-polymer battery
AC Adapter: AC Input AC: 100~240V/DC 5V/2A
Dimensions (L x W x H): 19.2 cm x 11.8 cm x 1.13 cm (7.6 in. x 5.12 in. x 0.4 in.)
Weight: 325.9g (0.7 lb.)
FCC ID# S7JNEXT7P12
IC ID# 8082A-NEXT7P12GP
Average Customer Rating:
(2 Reviews) 2
(out of 2reviews)
Rating Snapshot(2 reviews)
1 of 2(50%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for EFUN™ Nextbook™ 7-in Android™ Tablet 4 GB includes Google Play
Review 1 for EFUN™ Nextbook™ 7-in Android™ Tablet 4 GB includes Google Play
Location:Red Deer, Alberta
Date:November 29, 2012
You get what you pay for.
Pros: great value, accomodates simple tasks net browsing, functions satisfactorily as a tablet
Cons: netflix is a no go, scrolling/swiping system is frustrating, os is fairly complex for first timers, poor battery life, pre loaded with a bunch of useless apps, no flash support on 4.0 os and up
"The tablet itself is no iPad, so don't expect it to act like one. For the budget minded, it's a practical piece of gadgetry. If you are a reader, and this is your main use for the tablet, I'd purchase a kindle or another e-reader. This tablet attempts to reach both worlds of tablets/readers and does it at an entry level. For reading, your battery life will be nowhere near a kindle. 4+hours is I think what they rate it at, compared to 30+days for a kindle. But, bottom line is you can read on it. It's great for surfing the net. Complications obviously with adobe flash, so streaming video isn't possible except with youtube. I was really choked to find out that it can't stream Netflix. The app itself shows up, menu loads, but when it comes to playing, only the audio plays. I tried reducing the quality of video from my Netflix account but that didn't help either. It plays music/video fine; I wouldn't recommend using the external speaker...it's again, entry level quality. Satisfactory. And the Operating System runs a little sluggish at times.
Out of the box it was preloaded with quite a few apps. I wanted to delete most of them, simply because it was a gift, and I didn't want the person to be overwhelmed with all these icons. Made the screens look cluttered.
Bottom line, it's a nice little tablet for beginners, even young ones. It won't break the bank, let's you check the net, your social media, watch youtube, check the weather, play video/music off a micro SD, and share photos. The basics. Don't expect it to compete with other high end tablets though. This is strictly for basic tablet use. Perhaps Netflix might play in the later updates, but so far, on Ice Cream Sandwich, it's a no go."
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Review 2 for EFUN™ Nextbook™ 7-in Android™ Tablet 4 GB includes Google Play
Date:November 26, 2012
Pros: play store access, display quality with backlight, the price, super simple setup, accurate touch response
Cons: battery life with out of the box settings, no android update to go from ics, slightly sluggish on occasion, missing an antivirus out of the box
"full access to the play store, some apps as the device is stuck at ICS will not be available. But was able to get Kobo/Kindle/Play books all going. It plays youtube video's in SD really well, some choppiness on HD mode (which is on by default) over our wireless. Its not always an instant response but I expected that, more often than not it is very responsive so far. Noticed that the battery ran out really quickly due to the default brightness and no sleep mode being turned on, had to change those settings. While on a low battery status and charging (as a result of above) I noticed it was making lots of noise during page changes etc...
For antivirus had to go with avast - wasn't going to pay for mcafee and avg was a no go due to the android version it looked like. This looks to cause some issues with Chrome when I was trying to search the amazon store it would cause it to lock. Search seemed to be the trigger for this, and pretty sure its the avast options that caused it.
All in all for the e-book replacement to a kindle that I bought it for its an amazing deal for the price, and play store access makes it even better."