I know these things have pretty crappy reviews even on WalMart, but this does seem to be one of the cheaper prices I've seen for a new one and I think some people root them for slightly better performance.
The Pandigital R7T40WWHF1 Novel with WiFi 7.0" Touchscreen Tablet PC has everything you need to connect on the go. Load your favorite books on this tablet PC and read wherever you go. Browse the Internet with the included browser.
Pandigital R7T40WWHF1 Novel with WiFi 7.0" Touchscreen Tablet PC:
Technical Specifications: Samsung ARM 11 Mobile processor 1GB DDR2 of system memory and 4GB on-board storage memory 7.0" touchscreen, 800 x 600 resolution, virtual keyboard Built-in 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi Additional Features: Mini-USB 2.0 port, 2.5mm jack 4GB on-board storage memory, additional memory via SD/MMC card slot Accelerometer Built-in rechargeable 1600mAh lithium-ion battery Weighs 19 oz; 7.5" x 0.5" x 5.5" dimensions Software and Applications: Android OS Email, Alarm Clock and Calendar, Games, Tools Web browser and Android market (for applications) Music Player Media Formats: PDF, EPUB, MP3, WAV, AAC, JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF and MPEG4 What's in the Box: Tablet, battery, USB cable, cradle/stand and AC adapter
I have had one of these for a couple years. Two years ago it was a good deal at $65, today, it wouldn't be a good deal at $25. This is basically a no name Chinese tablet from a vaguely familiar maker, so it isn't like you are getting a top brand with a reputation for reliable products and standing behind their product (although this was originally released exclusively as an E-Reader, and the Pandigital released full tablet software for it, that was cool of them).
If I were on a very limited budget and looking for a tablet, I would go with a very slightly more expensive Chinese tablet with far more powerful hardware.
posted: Sep. 9, 2012 @ 8:46p
i like the NEW part as in NOT used? still old stuff!
posted: Sep. 10, 2012 @ 11:39a
I found a launcher that made ownership bearable. I wouldn't touch this even at 40. As a cheap reader that can view office documents, it is great. That is about it.
Slow and frustrating otherwise. I sold it on craigslist after finally being honest with myself. The wi-fi is flakey and will drive a person insane.
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