- Screen Size 7 inches
- Screen Resolution 800×480
- RAM 512 MB
- Hard Drive 4 GB
- Wireless Type 802.11bgn
- Operating System Android 4.4 Kitkat
- Item Weight 9 ounces
- Item Dimensions L x W x H 7 x 4.75 x 0.20 inches
- Color Pink
- ARM A33 Cortex-A7 Quad-Core
- Computer Memory Type DDR3 SDRAM
My daughter (she is 6) and played a few games on the tablet. She loves Minecraft and has the paid pocket version. She connected to a siblings tablet so they could play together and it ran well. She played it by herself and if ran well. She also likes the car games and Sonic CD and they all ran pretty well. We also watched a bunch of YouTube videos and a few shows on Netflix all without any issue or lag.
So the case and combination keyboard are nice. Something that tickled my daughter. Just being able to type a few things into YouTube or Netflix when searching for something to watch. The need for the micro USB cable is a little old fashion. The Tagital T7X has Bluetooth so that might be a future upgrade for your tablet. It is mostly a nuisance when plugging into to charge or when when unplugging to use. The tablet has dual camera but this case does block the rear camera so to use it you will need to remove it from the case. Again a little bit of a nuisance but having the rear camera is nice when needed. My thought is the case is free so little things like this are worth dealing with.
You have a microphone, micro USB port for charging, headphones jack and power button. You also have volume rockers. There is a plug for the DC power also, so the USB charging is not your only solution to get the tablet charged. The front and rear cameras are 2.0 MP so you won’t be taking any super photos but the front works for video chatting and my daughter has fun with taking videos and pictures.
If taking the videos and pictures has you concerned with the storage the Tagital T7X 7″ Tablet has a micro-SD card slot to expand that memory. I slid a 32 GB micro SD card in and it worked as expected. Stored a movie and some music without issues at all.
The only real negative is the battery for me. It lasts a couple hours while watching videos or movies. You can get 3 to 4 hours of use just browsing the web and maybe some lite YouTube but considering its form factor I can’t see a huge battery being built in but with some management. Remember this is a sub $50 Android tablet and considering that you get a pretty decent amount of power and usage out of it. I think this is a great kids tablet. Be ready for the battery limitations and storage limitations and all should be fine.