NeuTab I7 7” Google Android 4.4 KitKat IPS Dual Core Tablet PC (IPS HD Display, Dual Camera, Wi-Fi)

NeuTab I7 7” Google Android 4.4 KitKat IPS Dual Core Tablet PC (IPS HD Display, Dual Camera, Wi-Fi)

NeuTab I7 – Full-view

The 7 inch screen is proven to be the most popular and meaningful screen size that makes your
hand comfortable as well as your mind. NeuTab I7 feathers the 7 inch IPS screen which
makes everything looks vivid and crisp. The long and short of it is that you get better color
representation – that is, whites are white, blacks and black, reds are red, etc. – and almost
full viewing angles.

Stay connected

Built-in WiFi keeps you connected to your friends and social network. Do not carry your laptop
around or use your tiny cell phone to browse because this tablet is meant to be used on occasions
like this. Relax and enjoy the vivid picture and all the fun moments online.

Explore Google possibility

Google play store is the magic box to get everything you need to best use this tablet, check
out the most popular apps below to see how to boost your tablet experience.

Warranty

We do not offer short term sale, we offer Long-Term commitment.

* 1 year limited hardware warranty, learn more on our website.

Specification:

  • Google Android 4.4 (KitKat);
  • 7” 1024×600 IPS screen;
  • 1.2 GHz Rockchip Dual Core Processor;
  • 4GB Storage (Supports MicroSD card extension), 512MB DDR3 RAM;
  • Dual Camera;
  • Wireless N(802.11b/g/n);
  • G-sensor;
  • Dimensions: 7.4 x 4.5 x 0.3 inches;
  • Weight: 10 ounces;   

What’s in the Box:

  • NeuTab I7 IPS Tablet;
  • AC Adapter;
  • USB Connection Cable;
  • User Manual

Product Features

  • NeuTab new 7 inch model – I7 IPS tablet features a powerful, dual core Rockchip processor, plus the newest Android 4.4 system performs approximately 25% more powerful, uses 15% less power and is more reliable than other in similar competing tablets!
  • The HD high-resolution IPS multi-touch 7″ display features a crisp, clean and sharp 1024×600 high definition IPS display that is visible from virtually any angle, which makes everything looks vivid and crisp.
  • Use all your familiar Android apps and stay connected to your must-have digital content with Google Android 4.4 KitKat system. Enjoy access to an ever-expanding world of music, apps, movies, and more with Google Pay. Micro SD card slot allows you to add up to 32GB extra space to store songs, videos, photos and other files.
  • Ultra-fast web browsing over built-in Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n). Up to 8 hours of mixed use makes your connection stay longer. The front-facing camera makes it easy to chat with friends and family, while the rear-facing camera allows you to capture your most special moments and easily post them to facebook and twitter.
  • *1 year limited hardware warranty! You’re covered from manufacturing defects for 1 year from the puchase of your NeuTab. Looking for accidental drop, spill or extended coverage? Add the SquareTrade to fully protect your investment.

3 thoughts on “NeuTab I7 7” Google Android 4.4 KitKat IPS Dual Core Tablet PC (IPS HD Display, Dual Camera, Wi-Fi)

  1. J. Chambers

    A very economical 7″ tablet that may fit your needs I was skeptical that a 7-inch tablet that sold for $60 (at the time of this review) would be very good. So I was surprised that I enjoyed the NeuTab I7 7” tablet as much as I did. Head-to-head with a Kindle Fire HDX 7″ or a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 or any of a number of other high-end 7″ tablets, the NeuTab loses every time, but those tablets cost much more than the NeuTab. For someone looking for a very inexpensive 7″ tablet that has most of the expected features of an Android tablet, the NeuTab may be what you’re looking for, with the understanding that it has some real limitations.The tablet is almost pure vanilla Android, and anyone who’s already familiar with the Android environment will hardly need the user manual, which is very skimpy anyway. The tablet is running Android version 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean). I asked the manufacturer about an upgrade to Android 4.4 (KitKat) and they said that the upgrade would be available on their website in late July. At least one app from the Google Play Store that I wanted (“Watch TBS”) would not install with Jelly Bean – it required 4.4 KitKat. I imagine there are other apps that also need KitKat, so the upgrade should make the tablet more compatible with Android apps.Wi-fi is very good, although the NeuTab did not detect as many near-by wireless networks as my Kindle Fire and Android phone see. The connection has been stable, even when I moved the tablet well away from my wireless router.The screen display is 1024×600 (160 dpi). That’s the same as one of my other 7″ tablets, a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, so it’s not too shabby. I’ve been streaming some sports from ESPN and watching a couple of videos that I downloaded, and the sharpness and color saturation are very acceptable.With only 4GB of storage, forget about downloading many videos. After accounting for the operating system and some essential apps (browser, email, Google maps, Kindle books, etc., there’s only going to be around 2GB of storage available.The battery life isn’t great, but it shouldn’t be a deal-breaker. The product description indicates a 6-hour average life for mixed use. I pushed it to the extreme by streaming full-screen video with sound on, and the battery died after about 3:30. Based on that, the 6-hour claim for mixed use is probably pretty accurate.The audio is just okay from the single speaker on the back of the tablet. With no background noise, the maximum volume is satisfactory, but as with most small tablets that I’ve used, you may want to have an auxiliary speaker handy when the ambient noise is high.Attention, here’s a possible deal-breaker: No Bluetooth. That means no wireless speakers, wireless keyboards, or other accessories that connect via Bluetooth. There is a workaround for speakers, though. Plug one of those little Bluetooth transmitters into the tablet’s 3.5mm audio port, and voilà – you have Bluetooth. But as a practical matter, with the extra cost of the transmitter added to the tablet’s cost, you could probably buy a comparable 7″ tablet with Bluetooth built-in. But you could also connect a speaker with an audio cable, which is a very inexpensive solution.There are front and rear cameras, both 0.3MP (640×480). The on-screen camera controls are pretty good, letting you adjust several settings, including zoom, but there’s no flash. You can also shoot videos. Both cameras are located in a corner of the tablet, which isn’t the best location for Skypeing, but it works.There are a couple of cool features on the tablet that aren’t standard on all tablets today:* Screenshot – There’s no fumbling around trying to remember how to take a screenshot. There’s a camera icon at the bottom of the screen. Press it and you’ve got a screenshot (PNG file format). It couldn’t be simpler.* There is a micro-USB port on the tablet. Sure, all Android tablets have one for connecting to a computer, but with this one, you can insert a USB device like a flash drive and move data back and forth. Using an adapter (not included), I inserted an 8GB flash drive with some MP3 music on it and played several songs from the flash drive.Just to quickly summarize some other features: The tilt sensors worked well in the games I played. The microphone was excellent in using Google voice search. For expanding the limited storage capacity, the tablet has a micro-SDHC card slot. These cards are so inexpensive now that it hardly makes sense not to add one.Okay, taking all that into account, I gave the NeuTab 4 stars. It’s certainly not comparable to my Kindle Fire HDX or Galaxy Tab 3, but for basic tablet functions, it does the job pretty well at a remarkably low price. I can imagine people buying the NeuTab for an inexpensive backup, or for their kids when they don’t want to risk an expensive tablet with them. (And by the way, the tablet plays Angry…

  2. Dr. Oceanfront "Oceanfront"
    Dr. Oceanfront "Oceanfront" says:

    Ideal and crisp 7″ tablet 0

  3. AppsOnFire

    Best Budget Tablet 0

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