- ARM Cortex-A9 Dual Core (1.50GHz)
- 1GB RAM, 8GB Flash Storage
- 7" Hi Res Touchscreen (1024x600)
- Android 4.1, Google Certified (GMS)
- Mini HDMI, Wi-Fi, MicroSD Slot, Dual Camera
Update to my previous review 12/13/2013
1gb of RAM, 8gb of Storage. Plays games like Candy Crush and Angry Birds just fine.
8gb of storage, but only 512mb allocated for Apps. It appears Google imposed this limit for DRM reasons. You can try to delete the included apps like B&N Nook. But, when you turn the tablet back on, it runs an update and they all come back. About 300mb is used by the included apps, so you don't have much room for installing other apps. Then, if you have other apps installed, you get error messages saying 'insufficient storage' and it runs very slow. I found a workaround for this. See 'Other Thoughts' below.
I added an 8gb Micro SDHC card to the tablet. In Settings, you can move installed apps to the SD card. I moved the B&N Nook app and Candy Crush apps to the SD card and they worked just fine. Then I reinstalled Angry Birds and other apps one at a time, moving them to the SD card once they were installed. I no longer get the 'insufficient storage' error message, the updates run and the slowness problem is gone. Problem solved. This is the only way I could install more than 200mb of apps. It's a good workaround for techies, but non-techies like my mom may be confused and return the tablet for this reason. This tablet works for me, but I took away 2 stars because non-techies may have problems.
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