Dragon Touch® A7 7” Google Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Dual Core Tablet PC, Allwinner A20 Dual Core Cortex A7 CPU, 8GB HDD, 1024×600 Resolution, Multi-Touch Screen, Front Camera + Rear Camera, Google Play Pre-Installed, HDMI 2160P Output, Skype Video Calling, Netflix, Flash Supported [By TabletExpress]

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Operating System: Google Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean)
Display: 7 Inch Multi-touch screen,1024×600 resolution
CPU: Allwinner A20 Dual Core processor;
GPU: Quad core ARM Mali-400 MP2
Internal Memory: 8 GB
Memory Expansion: MicroSD card (up to 32 GB in size)
RAM: 512 MB DDR3
Camera: Front facing plus rear camera enhances you video calling and photo entertainment
Wireless Connectivity: Wireless N Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n)
Ports: 1 x Micro USB; 1 x Mini HDMI (2160P); 1 x 3.5mm headphone jack; 1 x TF/MicroSD card slot
Sensors: G-sensor
Menu Languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Italian, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese, Russian, etc
Dimensions: 7.4 x 4.24 x 0.35 inches
Weight: 10 ounces
Battery: 2,800 mAh, 3.7V

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What’s in the Box:
Dragon Touch A7 Tablet
5V 2A 110-240V Universal 2.5mm Wall charger
USB Connection Cable
Operating instructions

Product Features

  • Google Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) OS
  • Allwinner A20 Dual Core Processor; 512MB DDR3 memeory
  • 8GB Internal Memory; microSD expansion up to 32GB
  • 7 inch LCD Multi-Touch Display; 1024-by-600 Resolution
  • Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n); Dual camera enhances you video calling and photo entertainment

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2 thoughts on “Dragon Touch® A7 7” Google Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Dual Core Tablet PC, Allwinner A20 Dual Core Cortex A7 CPU, 8GB HDD, 1024×600 Resolution, Multi-Touch Screen, Front Camera + Rear Camera, Google Play Pre-Installed, HDMI 2160P Output, Skype Video Calling, Netflix, Flash Supported [By TabletExpress]

  1. TheOBriens "We review stuff."
    TheOBriens "We review stuff." says:

    A four-star tablet at a five-star price. Before starting my review, there are a few things that I would like to mention.1) This is my first experience with an Android tablet. I have owned several iPads and a couple of windows-based devices, but this is my first Android.2) The title of my review is probably the most important sentence in this entire review.3) I received a sample of this tablet to test from the manufacturer on the understanding that I would review this without bias. The following is my honest opinion.——————————–INTRO——————————–As mentioned, I am a new Android user. I’m not going to lie – I’ve been an Apple-lover for many years now, and use an iPhone and iMac on a daily basis. That said, I’ve also been a Linux user since 2009 (mostly Ubuntu with some Tails and Arch to test my webserver’s security) and am very aware of the pros of using linux-based android devices. I decided to test this tablet because it seemed to offer quite a lot for a very reasonable price tag.Some of the devices specs:- Dual core processor- High Definition Screen- Above-average construction- Dual Cameras (one front, one back)- Running on Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean)- Has HDMI output- Comes with Google Play pre-installedWith some promising specs, I was excited when my tablet arrived and quickly tore open the box.——————————–OUT OF THE BOX——————————–A few things I want to point out. The first is that this device ships with a screen protector already applied. While you can keep it on, it really diminishes the quality of the screen and I highly recommend removing it (as does the manufacturer). Secondly, there is a piece of paper included with the table that recommends installing some sort of “App Killer” to close background apps for better performance and battery life. I ignored this at first, thinking Android’s app manager would be enough. It wasn’t, and after installing an app to automatically and periodically kill certain apps there was a noticeable increase in both performance and battery life.Inside the box is the tablet, a wall charger, a USB adapter, a user guide and various other bit of paper (some of them already mentioned). My tablet shipped about 75% charged, so the first thing I did was allow it to charge fully before using it, so as to get an accurate gauge on battery life during usage.The first thing I noticed (after removing the screen protector) was just how sharp the screen was. Included on my tablet was an HD video of a popular Chinese (I believe) girl band, so I fired that up to see how everything looked. I was and am impressed. The quality was certainly better than watching HD videos on my iPhone 4, and arguably better than videos were on my second gen iPad. While I’m sure that Retina screens (and HD screens from brand-name tablet makers) blow this thing out of the water, for less than $70 I was extremely impressed with the quality. It may be a little bit too sharp for some people’s tastes, but you certainly get used to it.——————————–THE EXPERIENCE——————————–Note: this will be a long entry broke up into different sections. I apologize in advance for the wordiness, but since my experience with this tablet varied while performing various functions, I believe it to be necessary. I have added individual scores for each section.The tablet itself has a nice feel in the hands – I’ve never used a 7″ tablet before and I find it much more comfortable to use for longer periods of time than larger tablets. On top is a lock button, also used for turning off the device, as well as a back button, headphone jack, HDMI port and MicroUSB port for charging/connectivity.MEDIA – 8/10I have really enjoyed media consumption on this tablet. Watching videos is near flawless – even large movie files played from a MicroSD card do so without issue, although anything over 1GB is going to make the tablet struggle so I would consider compressing movie files to 700MB or so for optimal performance. Listening to music is just fine, both from the SD card in the music player and using the Pandora app. Youtube is interesting – when I first fire up a video it struggles a little bit (for about 15 seconds or so), but once it gets playing, I have had no real issues, even while watching 1hr+ documentaries. I do recommend downloading apps for functions like this, especially Youtube. They are optimized for tablet performance and almost always result in a better experience (even my iPhone prefers the Youtube app to watching videos in Safari). My Netflix experience was very similar to Youtube – some stuttering every now and then but totally usable. I do want to point out that the built-in speakers on this tablet are not great…they simply…

  2. Raycard M. R. Lovera
    Raycard M. R. Lovera says:

    Great Choice I just bought this tablet (first tablet). In my honest opinion its a first class tablet, really great if you are a beginner using tablets and the price is very convenient. I’ve followed the golden rules which I found out by doing research on android tablets which are : (downloading an App Killer, turning the brightness down, downloading Nova to be my launcher, download Youtube player for faster viewing of their videos). If you follow these rules, your battery life gets a huge boost, you can have a better tablet overall.Downside is that it doesn’t come with its won earpiece, its a bit slow at times(with App killer installed it gets a bit faster), the on screen keyboard gets stuck while writing at times. The volume is really low even on max. Overall I’m really glad I bought this tablet.

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