Tagital® 9″ Android 4.2 A23 Dual Core Tablet PC Dual Camera Bundled with Keyboard

Tagital® 9″ Android 4.2 A23 Dual Core Tablet PC Dual Camera Bundled with Keyboard


Display: 9″ Capacitive screen, 800×480 pixel
Product Size:9.4″x 5.8″ x 0.51″
Weight :17.36 ounces
Operating System: Android 4.2
CPU: All Winner A23, Cortex A8 at 1.2GHz
GPU: Mali 400
RAM: 512MB
Storage: 8GB internal (approximately 6GB available for user content). That’s enough for 80 apps, plus 10 movies or 800 songs or 6,000 book
Wi-Fi: Supports Wi-Fi networks or hotspots that use 802.11b/g/n for WEP, WPA and WPA2 security using password authentication
Preloaded Apps: Play Store(for more apps), Adobe Flash Player, Gmail, Calendar, Clock etc.
3G Function: Not built in, support external 3G/WCDMA dongle
Extend Card: Support TF card up to 32GB
Camera: Built-in front and rear camera
Gravity Sensor: Yes 
Flash: Support Flash 11.1 
Earphone Interface: 3.5mm
Port: Micro USB port;3.5mm earphone port; TF card port, DC Jack

What’s in the Box

9 Inch tablet PC
U.S. power adaptor (supports 100-240V)
USB Cable
Keyboard Case
User Manual

Product Features

  • Screen: 9 inch 16:9 TFT LCD capacitive multi-touch panel 800 x 480 (WVGA), Front camera: 0.3 Megapixel, Back Camera: 0.3 Megapixel

3 thoughts on “Tagital® 9″ Android 4.2 A23 Dual Core Tablet PC Dual Camera Bundled with Keyboard

  1. Thomas Grillo "Thomas Grillo"
    Thomas Grillo "Thomas Grillo" says:

    Awesome tablet for the price. 0

  2. Don Prell

    Tagital Tablet 0

  3. rpv

    Excellent Value/Budget Tablet Tagital 9 inch is an All Winner Dual Core A23, Cortex A8 at 1.5GHz and is a very good value in price per performance. It has 512 MB RAM and also has a GPU. This runs Android 4.2.2 Android. I will go into the specifications and review based on my user experience. The dimensions are 9.4″x 5.8″ x 0.51″ and weighs 17.36 oz.Most of tablets have ARM based processors. This makes sure all of the Apps in Google Play ecosystem available. If you look at my video review, I have screenshots showing the CPU speed and other kernel details. The screen is 800 x 480 Pixels. This supports a wireless with Wi-Fi (802.11 BGN). Tablet has 2 cameras – front and back. This has 8 GB storage and you can use an extensible SD card slot as well as cloud storage. Though not built in, the tablet supports external 3G/WCDMA dongle. Battery came for a good 8 hours with moderate usage. Battery usage really depends on how heavy you use the system. Overnight it drained very less. Mobile Networking was on by default. I switched off as I was using only Wi-Fi mode. I suggest you go to Settings and tweak things which are not required. Developer Mode was enabled by default. I turned it off. The capacitive touch screen was really good, some occasions I had to press little harder and at right locations, but pinch-zoom, highlight, Copy-Paste all worked very well.It is great the tablet has micro USB Port, 3.5-mm stereo Headphone Jack, built-in speaker, microphone, micro SD card slot and a DC Input Jack. Note that for powering through wall adapter you need to use the provided DC input jack. Speaker was loud enough. In a room, once I keep the tablet in a stand it was good. Speaker is on the backside, so you don’t want to lie this down on back as it will hamper the audio coming out. This is a design I hope changes in Android manufacturers in future. Android tablets are really customizable to your heart’s content. It is here where Tagital shines. Using a native Android 4.2.2, they have achieved something at a low cost. This can have a very wide reaching audience. In many countries, where affordability is key, having a tablet like this with Wi-Fi is a big boon. Imagine having entire Wikipedia at your fingertips for a child. I tried few educational applications on this. I consider this as a big hit with educators than gamers.I tried Google Voice Search and asked “what is capital of United States”. The voice recognition part was great and it was able to recognize and dictate the answer. I also tried Wolfram Alpha and asked bunch of questions. E.g., what is world population, what is population of China etc? The microphone picked up correctly and answered through Wolfram Alpha. Apps like Calculator, Gmail performed flawlessly. I watched multiple video through few applications. Obvious first choice was YouTube. Was able to search and watch videos. I used TwIT.TV app and watched some segments of a podcast (video streaming through Wi-Fi). Again smooth playback. Handholding is really easy given the weight of it. It was a colorful blue; no heat observed handholding the tablet. It is plastic, and buttons are made of plastic. For a kid, this is perfect also though the feature set is equally appealing to an adult. I was so enamored with low cost computers in late 90s and it seems I am reliving them with tablet. If you want to listen to podcasts/watch video then this is perfect. Just keep it in a stand and connect to power. See my video review to get an idea of what I am referring to.The keyboard dock makes it very easy to type documents in Google Drive or other note taking apps like Evernote. The USB attached keyboard is rugged and keys are smooth to type. This is an excellent innovation and dual serves as a case + keyboard combo. It also serves as a stand for watching playback videos.For a computer geek, it is a challenge to design something with minimal resources – screen resolution, RAM, storage, chipset. Tagital has designed a tablet with budget conscious customer in mind. Out of the box, it worked to my satisfaction given the specification and price. Once powered on, it directly came to a working condition. No need to setup account prior to using. I signed with Wi-Fi, the Wi-Fi router was in one bedroom. I configured in another room separated by two rooms. There was no issue with Wi-Fi signal. Once connected, I created a Google account as well. I generated a Application Specific password as I had 2 factor authentication. Once signed on, I updated applications like YouTube, Google Keyboard etc. I also downloaded few applications like TwitT.TV, Tetris from EA, etc. I downloaded Chrome and browsed few websites. Listened to Audio / Watched Video. Out of the box battery needed a full charge. Initially without charge, I did a video stream and wanted to see how device shutdown. Sure enough it shut down as battery drained. Powered on after charging and everything was…

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