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Operating System: Android 4.4 KitKat
Screen Size: 7 inches
Max Screen Resolution: 800 x 480 pixels
Processor: Up to 1.5GHz Allwinner A23 Dual Core
GPU: Mali-400 MP2 Quad core
RAM: 512MB
Hard Drive Capacity: 8GB NAND Fast Flash
Extend Card: Supports up to 32GB TF card
Display Technology: 5-point multi-touch capacitive touchscreen

Battery Power:
Battery Type: 2200mAh rechargeable battery
Run Time (Up to): 3 hours
Power Device Type: AC Adapter
Voltage Required: AC 100-240V, DC 5V 2A

3G: External 3G
Wireless Connection: Wi-Fi
Wireless Protocol: 802.11b/g/n

Input/Output Connectors:
USB Port: 1 x USB/OTG port
Audio Port: 1 x 3.5mm stereo headphone jack
Extend Card Slot: 1 x TF Card slot
DC Input: 1 x DC 5V 2.5mm Jack

Additional Features/Functions:
Camera: Front Camera:0.3MP, Rear Camera:0.3MP
G-Sensor: Yes
Audio: Built-in MIC & Speaker
Software: Google Play Pre-Installed, Skype Video Calling, Netflix, Flash Supported

What’s in the Box:
1 x Tablet PC
1 x USB Cable
1 x Charger
1 x User Manual

2 thoughts on “Alldaymall® 7 Inch Android 4.4 KitKat Tablet PC MID with Capacitive Touchscreen (512MB + 8G, Dual Core CPU, 1.5GHz, Wi-Fi, Dual Camera) Black

  1. Ralf Conquest "RJC" says:

    Doesn’t get any better I bought a generic tablet back before tablets were really popular. It was android 1.5 and no upgrades were really feasible. I used it and loved it. But finally decided to replace it. So I did lots of research and found that tablets are all over the charts these days from reasonably priced to extreme. I read the specs on this tablet and it was a story of sounding a little too good to be true. But I took a gamble based on the low price and I bought. I will say I couldn’t be happier. Everything works. Browsing the web is just like a pc speedwise. The Googleplay store works like a champ. I love the voice active search. I can speak what I want it to look for and it finds it. I have used this many more times that I ever thought I would. And this wasn’t even listed on the features for the product listing so I consider it a bonus. My wife and I raced to see who could lookup a listing of songs by an old band we remembered. She on her laptop and I on my tablet. I spoke and she…

  2. pennywyze says:

    A really good tablet After being pleased with a Coby Kyros Mid 7122 and later being disappointed after buying a Coby Kyros MID 7042, I decided to give a shot to another budget tablet company that I haven’t heard of. In fact, I’m not even sure what the name of the Tablet is other than an A13 tablet.I have to say…I’m more than pleased with my purchase. Now, onto my review-Appearance/Design-The first thing I noticed about this tablet is the fact that it’s really thin. Not paper thin or anything, but comparable to Razr products being that it’s about a centimeter in thickness.The colors are quite typical of budget tablets; it has a dark gray finish with black trim around the screen.One thing I wasn’t too crazy about because I’m so used to my budget tablets being Coby Kyros design, would be that the inputs are in awkward spots. For example, the AC power jack input it located at the very top of the tablet as is the USB input. It just seems weird.The power button…

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