Chromo Inc.® 7″ -Tab PC Android Capacitive 5 Point Multi-Touch Screen – White [New Model September 2013]



7″ capacitive 5 point Multi-Touch Screen Tablet Android 1.2GHz 512MB
4GB Webcam Wifi

Model: CHR-2419

CPU: x15 Duel Core

Operating System: Android with Google play store

Webcam: 1.3MP Front Camera

Wireless: Wifi 802.11b/g/n

3G: Supporting External 3G Modem

G-sensor: Support

RAM: DDR3 512MB

ROM: 4GB

Bluetooth: No

GPS: No

Power

Battery: 2200mAh Li-ion Battery

Working Time: 2-4hours

Power Device: AC Adapter Input 100/240V

Device Specifications

Color: White

Dimensions: 7 x 0.25 x 4.75 inches

Net Weight: 275g

Software Support:

Office: Support MS Office Word, PPT, Excel

Gaming: Built-in 3D Accelerator. Support 3D gaming

Email: Gmail, POP3/SMTP/IMAP4

Multi-Media

Video: AVI, MP4, FLV, 3GP, MKV, WMV etc.

Audio: MP3, WMA, OGG, AAC, WAV FLAC etc.

Picture: JPG/BMP/PNG/GIF

E-Book: PDF, TXT etc.

Ports

1 x Mini USB

1 x TF Card Slot

1 x DC Jack

1 x Earphone Jack

What’s in the box?

1 x Tablet PC

1 x Charger

1 x User’s Manual

1 x Micro USB Cable

1 x USB (F) to Micro-USB (M) Adapter

This is a Chromo Inc.® branded product. Thanks for shopping with us.

Product Features

  • Ready to go out of the box, Lightweight and easy to use.
  • AllWinner A13, Cortex A8, Capacitive G-Sensor 5 Point Multi touch Screen.
  • Built In WiFi, Camera, Latest Apps Compatible (Facebook, Twitter, Angry Birds, Netflix, YouTube)
  • 4GB Flash storage (expandable to 32GB with micro SD card!). 512MB RAM (DDR3). USB Extendable (Flash Drives/HDD/External Keyboard/3G)

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3 Replies to “Chromo Inc.® 7″ -Tab PC Android Capacitive 5 Point Multi-Touch Screen – White [New Model September 2013]”

  1. Not a bad tablet for the price I bought two of these tablets for my daughters (ages 9 & 11). Both of them are fairly tech savvy and have used iPods and my more expensive Android tablet in the past so I thought this would be helpful when doing their homework. Upon receiving the tables, both girls started downloading various games from the Google Play store. They had no problems installing apps and I showed them how to go into the settings and move the apps to the SD card memory, so they wouldn’t run out of memory on the…

  2. Not bad device for the money “Its a $60 Android tablet” so my expectations were low to start.Its mission to give to my 2 year old to play movies and some kids games. This tablet feels like an oversize Android phone. Its very light and the plastic seems very cheap. It comes out of the box with just a basic load of Android 4.1.1 no bloatware (which is good) but I needed to load Google Services in order to set up my Google account. The tablet does have full access to the Google Play store and I have not found any…

  3. Unbiased reveiw Mine works fine Came with 2 chargers, both worked. Mine came from china i believe so i expected a couple of weeks and it actually got here way before then. Don’t pay attention to some of the reveiws on here i mean come on people! why are you giving a breakable-delicate- (READ: NOT FLIMSY) relatively high tech piece of technology to a 12 year old? Do you realize that 5 years ago touch screens didn’t even exist. For s***ssake it’s glass, hd-cameras, circuits and advanced NASA stuff all laid into…

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