10.4″ Android 11 Tablet
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Tablet not compatiable with Verzion as of 11/23/22. Despite them saying it does in one of the questions above. Most likely a Verzion change affected this.Tmobile worked with no issues. Device came nearly fully charged, and i have used it on and off on medium/low screen light and it is still going from Spontaneous use.
I really like the tablet. The wait is good and the battery life was better than I expected.
Not a fast tablet, but I wasn’t expecting a lot at the price it was going for. Ebro adequate for under a hundred bucks.
This device is very limited by its processing power, if order to search the web you have to use Edge otherwise you can experience lag on the device. The form factor and the battery like is perfect. The build quality of the device is also superior. Just lacking performance for me.
Kenneth R. Esserine
One device in the field is perfect. Now that the tech is there I do field work without fumbling from cellphone to tablet and it is the perfect size for me. It does not use wifi in the same location as a cellphone. This tablet is weak and requires stronger wifi signal than a cellphone. I will add a sim card anyway because I can use it as a cellphone. This is the best way for me to go and my cellphone will be no more.
Fantastic tablet, looks very top of the line, fantastic performance as well. I got this as an upgrade for my son, his Fire tablet just wasn’t doing the job anymore. It’s done everything we need and more, and even loaded up with plenty of games there’s so much storage.We did encounter a very odd technical error with our tablet, however customer service was so accommodating and they made sure to replace it. My son is so happy, and this thing should last us another good couple years.
very smooth and clear for online movie.
I bought this to replace the disappointing Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8 plus (2022). I have owned 13 Fire tablets since the first generation and unbeknownst to me at the time of purchase in late October 2022, developers have not yet been able to jailbreak the latest HD 8 plus to allow installing Google Play and access the Play store apps. So I was looking for an 8 inch tablet with 3 GB ram and 64 GB storage, the same specs as the HD 8 plus.There are not a whole lot of 8 inch tablets with these specs, and this unit looked very good on paper. It came in a nice box with manual, charger, and cable. I was able to copy over all my Android apps from my Samsung Galaxy S22 and then Google Play transferred everything else from my Play Store account. It runs everything quickly and without a hitch. There is no manufacturer bloatware installed from the factory. It arrives with a shipping coversheet over the screen, which I thought was the screen protector mentioned in other reviews. It turns out there is an actual screen protector under the shipping coversheet. You can easily remove it by lifting an edge around the camera cutout at the top of the screen.The only thing that would make this perfect is wireless charging, and I am pondering buying a QI wireless charger adapter that adheres to the back of the tablet. I used to use those with my Fire tablets that did not have wireless charging.So all in all, this is an excellent tablet representing great value for money. I would recommend it to others.PS: I added a long type C Qi wireless charger pad that I had in my box of USB cables/chargers. The unit now charges wirelessly and is saving wear and tear on the type C input port.
The tablet is well made and arrived undamaged. All accessories came as advertised. Packaging was well done.
This little tablet is a good value for the money. It has enough memory for my use and runs reasonably fast. Screen quality is good as well.
NYC Gal Out☆
The media could not be loaded. I’ve gotten a few tablet through the years on Amazon. They’re usually brands I’ve never heard off, but I never cared, as long as they worked. Usually I got them for my son, who uses them for video streaming, and he breaks them often because he’s a preschooler. However, I wanted this tablet for me though – because I wanted something for my blogging. I saw that this set came with the attachable keypad, and I really liked that because it’s hard to blog on my phone or tablet with just one finger, but I often don’t like turning my computer on to do things – also, I’m just so used to touchscreens now. It comes with a stylus pen, a screen protector, a case protector, a charging block, a charging cable for the computer and a charging cable for the keyboard, a mouse (requires 2 AAA batteries, not included); 2 insert holders for Sim card or microSD card; and something that looks like a USB mini stick. You definitely get a lot and your money’s worth.
Great tablet for most things. Can be a little slow at times but definitely workable. The camera is not great. Wanted to use it to take pics of my products for store. However using it for Pinterest and running my online store has been just fine.
Chrissy & Glenn Swanson
Nice to you is better than our other one that we got that we used and also charged it and then it stopped working from you guys and then it just doesn’t turn on or anything anymore so that one sits on the side of our couch but this one that we just bought is awesome the only thing is is in the picture it shows like a gold color and it looks more of a peach pink and my husband wanted a gold one and that’s why I got it so now he has a peach pink one
Fast deliver easypeasy set up. Beautiful large screen and great resolution.kvision
It’s a fully featured PC that’s the same size and weight as any apple or android tablet. And cheaper. Say goodbye to phone o/s and app stores, and hello to full feature software and peripherals. Just one design flaw, and it’s a big one. The single USBC port is not Thunderbolt. So if you use those 7 in 1 hubs, computer work is fine but even a single tv video output chops at 1080p. Instead there is this crazy magnetic strip connector thing, complete with flashing lights on the cable. It’s used for optional charging, and only the $200 MS branded dock supporting dual monitors. Proprietary connectors are just astonishing these days. So if you want to be able to connect to a TV and stream video, be warned
I STILL LEARNING TO THIS TABLET 🙂😹
Gary Krantz Jr.
does its job
Edit 10.29.22The replacement unit from Amazon has been working fine for all our navigation needs. No issues with anything so I increased it to 4 stars.I purchased this tablet to run navigational software while off road. The price was good and the tablet worked well…….twice.The third time I powered it up to import some routing for our next trip the tablet would not respond to any inputs regardless of where I touched the screen. Plus the tablet would randomly and continually open up apps, menus, settings etc. I can’t even do a factory reset on it.Amazon is sending a replacement. So I will give it one more try.
I like it alot. I would Give five stars but some programs are kind of hard to run? Or run a certain way. You have to mess with settings in games or other app a little bit but other than that it’s perfect. The battery lasts me up to 3 days playing games with low brightness. The screen brightness matters….ALOT. max brightness while playing games will kill your battery just in maybe an hour and hopefully it gets to an hour. Depends on the game your playing but low brightness is like super power saving. If you put it in power save mode it lasts even longer. I intended for it to only be used for my solar generator and other power items but it can do a little more. It’s not bad at all. Pretty fast browsing too.
The media could not be loaded. The battery lasted about 2 days and it charged fast and easy. It was well worth the purchase! The ease of use was amazing not complicated at all, even set up was a breeze! I would recommend this tablet to anyone who wants an efficient, lightweight device.
The battery life is great I use it for games or browsing I think it’s for your money it’s a worse all the money it is
I love this tablet, it needs a cover! The size is not compatible with any of the others that I have found, so I am currently living on the edge with a tablet in NO CASE! I use this tablet for watching videos primarily on planes and can watch multiple videos on my connections without issue.
You get what you pay for. This is an inexpensive Android tablet. My version shipped with Android 12. It works decently, but is slow. The good news is that it doesn’t crash or lock up — so it is stable and reliable. But you need patience. When streaming videos, it always chokes about 5 seconds in, for about 5 seconds, then it goes along fine. When running higher demand apps, it often seems to freeze, and will ask if you want to continue or close. Just tap continue, and in a few seconds, the processor catches up and on you go. I should have purchased a more powerful table for what I’m doing. But all in all, it works fine for the money.
Zippy performance. Great screen and decent speaker.Didn’t fully charge overnight with supplied charger. (Not sure why, didn’t bother to troubleshoot because of the rest of the negatives.)Won’t work with any of the 15 various USB C chargers I have in the house because they’re not exactly the same power rating as the one it comes with. (My android phones can charge on all of them, and they’re all different ratings.) To me this negates any benefit of having the charging port be USB C. It might as well be proprietary because I’d have to buy new chargers specifically for this one device.They say it takes an SD card and it’s dual sim, but it’s either/or, because the SD slot IS the sim2 slot.The listing says you can use a SIM to make calls, and the question/answer section says it works with Verizon in the US, but it didn’t work for me, and Verizon says I’d need a tablet plan. :/If it could have used even ONE other USB C charger I owned from my various phones and laptops and tablets and other devices, I’d have considered keeping it. If you don’t care about the above negatives, it’s a beast for the money.
Threw mine in my backpack and it seemed to bend it or concave it so it’s not straight anymore. The glass feels loose now from the back panel. Neces has anything like that with my iPads. But they weren’t really a glass screen bonded to a board and plastic back either. Like the tablet for what it’s worth, beautiful screen, loud speakers, pretty quick web browsing and watching adult videos. Casts well too. Just wish it was more durable.
I like how convenient for travel the tablet instead of carrying a laptop. Although I have a trouble in connecting wifi when hotels require a sign-in after putting password, the sign-in page is not showing then something pops up says connected but no internet. I was always expecting to pop up the sign-in required page after putting the wifi password. It is not just one hotel, almost hotels that sign-in required is needed. But other wifi connection that does not require a sign-in page laptop is working good
It’s an all in one, “tablet, two slot sim card android 11 cell phone and daily planner”. Added / paired my smart watch and headphones for full hands off if I need hands off.
The OS runs relatively slow and not all apps are available through Google Play. My guess is weak hardware but you’d expect it to at least run smoothly when first purchased. Fairly basic apps crash upon opening and it’s just something you have to get used to…Finding accessories for it proved difficult as well since it’s not one of the “big guys” tablets. Took us two tries for screen protectors, two tries to find a case that would work, and three tries to find my wife a point-of-sale stand that would fit it. Just be careful and read accessories descriptions carefully.Edit: Changing to 4 stars. This tablet has worked great for my kids! They use it for streaming, educational games, and taking pictures/videos.
Did not start in setup mode. Tablet language was set to Chinese I believe. Developer mode was enabled. Screen touch was displayed as xy coordinates at the top and pixel patterns were traced. After changing language to English, I was able to navigate to developer area and switched it off. After that everything seems to work well.. I could not find developer mode again after I switched it off. Tablet updated to Android 11 once I signed in to google and runs quickly. It does say there is no sim and according to website phone function does not work in US. Display and sound are good. Seems to be a great value for a 64gb Quad-core tablet with 3g ram. Stranger yet were the 7 pictures left on the tablet of a room with workers cleaning and packing stacks of devices. Unit was completely sealed as new when I received it. There is no compass sensor so it limits astronomy app feature. Gps works well. Overall I’m satisfied for around $125.
Nice body, but I found it a ok at daily tasks. Ips display is standard at this price point, but the colors didn’t pop as much on a similar priced tabs from big name brands.
Robert J. Bosak
Seems like a real quality tablet and am extremely depressed this company is not seeking to be fully compatible with all the Phone companies. I inserted my sim card from my Chuwi and it hooked up quickly, but AT&T promptly locked my sim card and presto no more connection to the internet! Why? Simple, this company needs to release all their specifications to these cellular carriers before they sell them. I am very stubborn and been calling AT&T and visiting their stores insisting my service be restored. Please manufacturer call AT&T give them the information they need so we can use this with a sim card! I have ran the IMEI with other carriers and so far no one will authorize use of this tablet on their network via sim cards! I recommend if you need carrier service via sim card avoid purchasing until this manufacturer is approved by all carriers. If just purchasing to run on wifi you’re good to go.
My daughter has only had this a little over 2 months and already it won’t charge. The return window is already closed. I am super disappointed. I have emailed Vasoun. If I get a favorable response I’ll update this review.
This is a solid little android tablet. It is good for a kid or user who is going to use it for games and videos and emails. Screen quality is great and battery life is good.
Tablet for personal use. While I do like it, it is heavier than I anticipated. The cord that comes with it is shorter than last tablet. And the battery is only good for 3 hours. Try reading for longer with a cord that doesn’t reach plug. Just when you get to the best part of the book you are out of power.😭
This tablet is fine for viewing YouTube and websurfing. The battery can last 6-8 hours in that use, but remember if you just put it to sleep, the wifi is still on much of the time (?) and power drain is only somewhat reduced. Only turning it fully OFF stops the battery drain, at least in the default config, but then there’s a delay getting it running again because it has to reboot Android. The screen resolution is 1333 x 800 pixels, so don’t expect full-HD. My daughter who was using to playing the old game “Crossy Road” on a Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 (SM-T870) said this one feels more laggy. That doesn’t seem like a very high-powered game. The rear-facing camera sticks out a few mm from the body, and there is no case as far as I know with a matching cutout. I got a universal case https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B08LYWGQ56 which does hold the tablet OK, but apart from no rear camera cutout, the top-left corner holder also perfectly blocks the front camera (see enclosed photos), so that’s zero for two.
Battery life wasn’t all that great, The screen was surprisingly vivid I know I liked it
The media could not be loaded. this tablet certainly offers all that I need and want but without all the extra add ons that supposedly merit a huge price tag. No a name brand but android powered all the same and works very efficiently. Has a decent amount of memory for what I use it for and downloads pretty fast too. Immediately hooked up to my wifi without issues. Great for gaming and streaming wich is what I mainly been doing. No egregious lagging to report either. I’ve downloaded some books to this device as well its a pleasure to read off of. Very user friendly and quite sleek looking in appearance. Used this tablet with some headphones and the quality was great picture displays really nicely and sharp too. The battery offers you a good 5 hours of run time on a single charge. Slightly larger than others I’ve seen advertised at 10.1 inch screens. This one boast a 10.4 inch. Thinking of getting a Bluetooth keyboard and stand for this device so I can use it to work from home . All great features with none of the fluff and all within a budget range!
The media could not be loaded. I currently use an iPad and have been using it for many years. Have been away from android devices for many years and got this wallet-friendly device for rough use at home especially to play something (videos/games) for my kid and hand it over to him without worrying about it being expensive.My experience has been nice for now. This tablet has decent speed and does not hang badly while using it. I would recommend this tablet in the budget category as it offers enough for the price.My 2 cents below:Pros:- Display: 1280*800 FHD 10.1-inch display and is crisp and clear overall. I love how bright these are- Sound: It is very loud enough for home use- Processing power: I am not familiar with the processor but it is octa-core and in my usage experience, I did not see any issue with the functionality. This tablet is fast and does most of the job without any lag except the 4GB that limits the usage of applications that take more RAM- Touch screen: It is sensitive enough and no complaint about this price. You can’t expect as good as high-end tablets but no issues in operation and is smooth enough. However, I won’t recommend the pen- Inbuilt storage: Comes with 128GB ROM inbuilt and around 9 GB was occupied by the operating system and the default apps- External storage: 64GB expandable microSD card slot is onboarded for your needs- Battery life: 6000mAh and has decent battery backup. Not as good as my iPad but it lasted between 3.5-4 hours of usage with half of it watching videos and the remaining web surfing- Looks and Design: Sleek design and looks elegant overall. Obviously not as premium as high-end tablets like iPad or Galaxy and has a plastic build but it is very thin and light for long usage of big-sized tablet- Android version & the UI: Comes with the latest android 11 and kudos for that. Also, the user interface is simple and nice. It is not overloaded with any apps other than basic android ones that are specific to google. The interface is pretty near to the stock android experience- Connectivity: Dual sim 4G LTE + WiFi + Bluetooth connectivity with latest standards. It has all you would need in an electronic device- Charging: It has a USB-C port and hence par as per the latest standard- Price: Very reasonably priced considering it has 2 SIM network slots along with WIFI connectivity- It comes as a complete package with a keyboard, pen, screen guard, a case, OTG adapter, and 2 sets of cablesCons:- I would not recommend getting this tablet for photography. The front camera is good for video calls but the back camera picture quality is not very appealing and not impressed by that- Screen has a bluish hue from some angles that I have not seen recently on any electronic device with the screen- High screen refresh rate is missing in this device- Build quality feels a little plastic and not very premium- Pen is a nice addition but it is not very sensitive and I keep missing the actions- I wish the tablet had 8GB RAM to handle the high memory applications
Android 11 is an awesome upgrade. My samsung s20 ultra is currently running Android 11. The UI is beautiful. This tablet serves me well and i use it for my zoom meetings most of the time. It’s fairly easy to setup once you have an Google account. It will get you into main screen in 5 minutes. I didn’t transfer all my data over to this laptop because i don’t want it to be bloated. It’s fast and i share with my little boy when he wanted to watch youtube videos. He’s all about those and i limit to 2 hours of screen time for him. For simple tasks, i don’t need to pay $1k for brand name tablets. This works just fine and it’s fast….the best is that it doesn’t have bloatware all over it. Awesome!
This tablet is not bad for if you are doing basic things like web surfing, email checks, and video watching. It can handle some light phone games but nothing graphic intense. In terms of screen size, this has a 10.4 inch screen with a little bit of a thinker feel than other tablet but still slight. The borders are a bit wider which makes the tablet a bit larger to accommodate the screen. The back is a silver color which does mean that it is a bit easy notice scratches. It also is easy to scratch up and there is also not real case that I have seen for it. One of the things I recommend for these kind of tablet is just use a simple tablet carrying case to protect the tablet as case will not fit this. There are two cameras on the front and back so you can take pictures or selfies. The back camera does protrude like most smart phones out the back which is a tad annoying considering this is not the best camera. That being said, the camera works decently for the most part. You are at least able to capture decent pictures if you hold the camera pretty steady. Note that is is just a 5 mp camera. For sure this is not the best camera on the market. The pictures do come out fairly clear but you have to keep the tablet pretty steady in order to get a really good picture. The tablet is running on android 11. With the current hardware, it runs decently so long as you are not doing too muhc multitasking. With any tablet, I would definitely recommend removing as many unused applications as you can. This is to help avoid bloatware as three gb of ram can be taxed pretty easily nowadays. I did not have to update or download any updates for this tablet since I got it. I would say this tablet is pretty good for your basic usages. For the sake of the hardware, nothing too ram or processor intensive. You are able to do basics which is surf the web, use social media application, or watching videos. I did try some games and it handles most of them fairly well with the occasional delay on opening them. It also crashes a few times while gaming. The tablet does get warm when you push the capability. The android user interface is pretty much is exactly the same as I would say as any android tablet. Again it does have a very slight lag (not too noticeable unless you focus on it) when moving through pages. The screen feels pretty decent and responsive. The battery life on this is not too bad. It can last a full day on full use. It also discharges at night but not too fast. For the most part it will last at least three to four days on standby. The sound quality is okay and pretty loud. Overall I think this device is perfect for the cost and for basic usage. It will definitely be a good device to have for the kids to use at home as the resources are perfect for that. The tablet will run basic applications. The only thing is to not run thing that are extremely ram intensive as it only has three GB. The tablet features and hardware are very decent in quality. The screen does not feel plastic which is good but there is no real case that can go with it so you need to find alternative. The battery is decent and long lasting. The wifi connection on it is not bad and it only detected my 2.4 ghz signal.
I purchased this 10.4 inch android tablet mainly to keep track of a few things at work and didn’t want to pay premium prices. This tablet does everything I need it to do and more. First the battery life on this device is rather long winded . I have used it for gaming and streaming a few movies and it last surprisingly well. The picture displays really nicely and does so from all angles. The touch screen responds as it should and provides ease in use for gaming controls, clicking and scrolling. I did go ahead and make purchase of an SD card as I mentioned this device is mainly for work , however the 3GB ram and 32GB memory are enough for most other activities you would pursue on a tablet. The sound that the speakers emit is a very clear and crisp one . The overall setup out of the box went by with no issues and everything came professionally packaged and very presentable . This tablet would also be great for a beginner or something to keep the kids occupied for a bit. Great for an elderly person to read on too as you don’t have to be very technologically savvy to operate this device.
Several reviews (usually iPads users) have claimed, without providing any evidence, that the SG3 is extremely slow. If you Google the single-core Geekbench scores you will that the $399, $549, and $629 SG3 are on par with an 8th Gen i5 processor, Surface Lap 2, SPX SQ1, and SPX SQ2 processors. Now for the actual review————————————————————————————————————————-The Surface Go 2 (8 ram, 128 ssd, m3 processor) was one of the best computing devices I’ve ever owned. However, because of not traveling due to COVID, I decide to give it away to a family member who needed a tablet. When the SG3 came out, I was excited to test the $629 models. Before sharing my thoughts, I’d like to note who should probably not get a SG3. The SG3 is not for someone who:1. does not need Windows on a small portable computer-tablet2. does not plan on traveling with the SG33. just want to watch Netflix, browse the internet, and check your email. Traditional tablets(iPads, Android) that run smartphone apps can do all of these activities.It should also be mentioned that the $399 SG3 is for kids and pre-teens (just watch Microsoft’s marketing videos). For this reason, anyone who complains about the amount of RAM, store, and/or processor power on the $399 SG3 has not bothered to do their research and their insights should not be taken seriously. No one buys a bicycle and expects it to function like a motorcycle. Also, the only difference between the $629 SG3 and the $549 SG3 is the processor. So most of what is stated below concerning hardware should also apply to the $549 SG3.PROS:CPU is more than fast enough. The single-core average Geekbench 5.4 score is 986 (multi-core scores are for things like video editing, photo editing, 3D modeling, etc.; things the SG3 was not designed to do). To put that into perspective, the Surface Pro 6 and Surface Laptop 2 with i5-8250U processors also have single-core Geekbench 5.4 scores in the high 900s. Both are these devices are currently being sold for a little under $1,000. It should also be noted that the 2020 SPX has a single-core Geekbench 5.4 scores just above 800. For these reasons, anyone who says the $629 SG3 is underpowered does not know what they are talking about.Battery life is outstanding. I get 9-10 hours of continuous YouTube viewing (40% screen brightness, battery saver and wifi on, dark mode on, all apps closed in the background). It should be noted that the battery life on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 I briefly owned with 12-13 hours (60 hz refresh rate).The screen is bright enough at over 400 nits. The screen’s major upside is that in a completely dark room you can lower screen brightness to zero (saving battery life) and still watch YouTube videos without any problem.Build quality is outstanding just like all Surface devices. The device is well-built and incredibility light. Kickstand stand is sturdy, extremely flexible, and rounded edges do not dig into your leg. Windows Hello is fast and works every time. No fan, so no fan noise. Love surface connect port because the magnet on charger is very strong, but detaches easily if pulled off. Speakers are loud and clear but could use a bit more bass and a bit less terrible.CONSProcessor. There is only about a 12% increase in power from the $629 SG3 over the $549 SG3 and m3 SG2. As such, there is no compelling reason to buy the $629 over the $549 or upgrade from the m3 SG2. However, if you own a SG2 with a Pentium processor, upgrading to the $629 or $549 SG3 will yield about 50% more processing power (per Windows Central).Price. If you add the keyboard and pen, the cost of the $629 SG3 increases anywhere from around $100 (open-box purchases) to over $200 (brand new purchases). This makes the final price $729 to $829. For that amount of money, you can get an open-box SP6 or SP7 with keyboard (bundle purchase).Screen size. At 10.5 inches, the SG3’s screen is just too small to use as a main work computing device for most people.Ports. No USB-A port means dongle life.CONCLUSION.The $629 SG3 is an outstanding computer-tablet. There is nothing on the market as small, light-weight, portable, powerful, or versatile. iPads and Samsung Galaxy tablets are not computers and only run between 2 to 3 million smartphone apps. SG3 runs 35 million Windows applications. SP and SPX are not as light-weight or small. Also, the SPX is less powerful, and most people doing basic office or school work will not need SP’s i5 or i7 processor.That said, there is really no advantage in terms of build-quality or processing power in purchasing the $629 SG3 over the $549 SG3 or m3 SG2. Also, if you need a main computer the $629 SG3’s screen is too small and it won’t be able to handle more powerful programs as easily as a computer-tablet with a i5 or i7 process. For these reasons, the $629 SG3 is a great device, but a very poor value.