KingPad 9” Dual Core Google Android 4.2 Jelly Bean 8GB Multimedia Tablet PC, Dual Camera, Google Play Pre-load, HDMI, 3D Game Supported, AKASO A90 [By TabletExpress]

KingPad 9” Dual Core Google Android 4.2 Jelly Bean 8GB Multimedia Tablet PC, Dual Camera, Google Play Pre-load, HDMI, 3D Game Supported, AKASO A90 [By TabletExpress]

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Operating System: Google Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean)
Display: 9 Inch Multi-touch screen, 800 x 480 Resolution(4:3)
Processor: Dual Core Allwinner A20 @ 1.2 GHz processor
Internal Memory: 8 GB
Memory Expansion: MicroSD / TF card (up to 32 GB in size)
Camera: Dual Camera enhances you video calling and photo entertainment
Wireless Connectivity: Wireless N Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n)
Ports: 1 x Micro USB(Supporting OTG); 1 x Mini HDMI; 1 x 3.5mm headphone jack; 1 x TF/MicroSD card slot
Sensors: 3D G-sensor
OSD Languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Italian, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese, Russian, etc
Dimensions: 9.4 x 5.8 x 0.4 inches
Weight: 10 ounces

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What’s in the Box:

AKASO 9 inch A90 Tablet
5V/2A 110-240V 2.5mm Charger;
USB Connection Cable
Operating instructions

Product Features

  • Dual Core Allwinner A20 processor @ 1.2 GHz
  • Google Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) Operating System
  • 8GB Internal Memory; microSD expansion up to 32GB
  • 9 inch Multi-touch Capacitive screen, 800×480 resolution
  • Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n); Front facing plus rear camera enhances you video calling and photo entertainment

2 thoughts on “KingPad 9” Dual Core Google Android 4.2 Jelly Bean 8GB Multimedia Tablet PC, Dual Camera, Google Play Pre-load, HDMI, 3D Game Supported, AKASO A90 [By TabletExpress]

  1. DOBrien "Reviewing stuff..."
    DOBrien "Reviewing stuff..." says:

    A decent tablet at an excellent price. Before starting my review, there are a few things that I would like to mention.1) This is only my second experience with an Android tablet. I have owned several iPads and a couple of windows-based devices, but this is my second Android.2) The title of my review is probably the most important sentence in this entire review. It’s a 4-4.5 Star tablet, as I will explain below.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- Multi-Touch Screen- Dual Cameras (one front, one back)- Running on Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean)- Has HDMI output- Comes with Google Play pre-installed- HDMI OutWith some promising specs, I was excited when my second budget Android tablet arrived and quickly tore open the box.——————————–OUT OF THE BOX——————————–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. With my first cheap Android tablet I ignored this, but this time I learned my lesson – setting up App Killer to periodically sweep through a kill unwanted processes really does improve battery life and performance – I suggest doing so out of the box.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…perhaps a little TOO sharp. Unlike my first tablet from TabletExpress, this one was a little under-saturated and over-sharpened. I wasn’t expecting it to be stellar (come on – it’s a 9″ tablet screen for under $100) so no real marks were taken off here.——————————–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.In the hands, the tablet feels pretty good with no rough or sharp edges (unlike the iPad which kills me). On the side is a lock button, also used for turning off the device, as well as volume up and down buttons, something I missed on the Dragon Touch A7 I was sent.MEDIA – 8/10I have REALLY enjoyed media consumption on this tablet. Watching videos from the SD card 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. Apart from the over-sharpness (which I need to see if there is an app to fix) – movies look pretty darn good. 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 not as good as it was on the Dragon Touch A7 – Standard Definition is about all you’re going to get even with a good internet connection as the Netflix app balances quality for tablet performance.I do want to point out that the built-in speakers on this tablet are not great…they simply lack the power for anything other than watching videos in bed/on the couch in a quieter environment. I would recommend an external speaker/headphones if you intend to use the tablet for media.BROWSING – 9/10Browsing the internet has been great – every now and then I’ve had the browser…

  2. Alex

    I ll you what does not work, although it an Okay (blehh) tablet 0

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