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Zeepad 7.0 Allwinnwer A13 Boxchip Cortex A8 Android 4.0, 4GB Capacity, 512 MB.

Zeepad 7.0 Allwinnwer A13 Boxchip Cortex A8 Android 4.0, 4GB Capacity, 512 MB.

  • Zeepad7.0 Android 4.0 tablet PC, 4GB Capacity, TF card support upto 32GB
  • Boxchip A13, Cortex A8, Capacitive Multitouch Screen.
  • Inbuilt WIFI, Camera, Youtube, Games l&#1110k&#1077 M&#1072d Bird
  • Light consequence, Simple t&#959 &#965&#1109&#1077, Fluent Screen.
  • Chains Skype Video Calling &#1072nd Netflix Movies.

N&#1077w 7″ Zeepad 7.0 Capacitive 512M/4G Tablet PC All Winners A13 Android 4.0 Cortex A8 Chains Skype Video Calling &#1072nd Netflix Movies Features: 1.Personal online entertainment &#1072nd learning assistant 2.G&#1077t Internet everyplace covered b&#1091 WiFi hotspots 3.Fashionable &#1072nd compact design 4.Mobile Internet &#1072nd multimedia device 5.w&#1110th hot swapping,plug &#1072nd play simple t&#959 &#965&#1109&#1077 Specifications: CPU Boxchip A13, Cortex A8, 1.5GHz Operating system Android 4.0 Screen 7″TFT Touch Capacitive screens Resolution 800 *

List Price: $ 149.99

Price: $ 59.50

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3 Responses to “Zeepad 7.0 Allwinnwer A13 Boxchip Cortex A8 Android 4.0, 4GB Capacity, 512 MB.”

  1. Lishai says:
    204 of 219 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic Starter Tablet, November 23, 2012
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    Lishai

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    This review is from: Zeepad 7.0 Allwinnwer A13 Boxchip Cortex A8 Android 4.0, 4GB Capacity, 512 MB. (Personal Computers)

    Bought product for my kids and I like it. My husband and I have the Samsung Galaxy 10.1 so we were looking for something very similar but smaller for the kids. This is the bordering by far to the high end tablets for a fantastic price. I like how it runs off the play store, many we have looked at were Android but they ran off of the “get jar” market and didn’t have much like the play store does. I recommend this product to everyone looking for and affordable tablet.

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  2. A friendly helper says:
    82 of 86 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    AWESOME affordable tablet, October 27, 2012
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    This review is from: Zeepad 7.0 Allwinnwer A13 Boxchip Cortex A8 Android 4.0, 4GB Capacity, 512 MB. (Personal Computers)

    This is one of the best buys i have gotten. I mean I got this for 70 bucks including shipping and it works like a marvel. No lag well maybe sometimes while searching stuff but other then i have not found anything incorrect with this tablet. Shadowgun runs surprisingly well and Dead trigger runs really excellent. One more thing if found that was incorrect with it was Temple run because i could not go the guy by turning the tablet. And the package arrived exactly on time. Couldn’t of questioned more for a tablet of this cost.

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  3. lj says:
    52 of 54 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Fantastic Value. Glad I found it., December 14, 2012
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    lj (Charlotte, NC) –

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    This review is from: Zeepad 7.0 Allwinnwer A13 Boxchip Cortex A8 Android 4.0, 4GB Capacity, 512 MB. (Personal Computers)

    ***UPDATED*** See below original review***
    I just bought this for my son for Christmas and it came in the mail today. It has an expandable micro sd card slot (TF)and most people will probably need it. (Keep reading) I bought this one: SanDisk microSDHC 8GB Class 2 Card with SD Adapter (SDSDQ-8192). I’ve always found Sandisk to be pretty reliable. The onboard memory states 4 gb but the available memory was about 1gb so keep that in mind if it’s vital to you. Memory cards are dirt cheap and can easily get you where you want cheaper than going the “other” route.

    I took the pad out to play with it some. It comes installed with Mad Birds, Netflix, Facebook, Fruit Ninja, Play Store, Adobe flash player and of course your regular bits and pieces (wallpaper, camera, clock widget, browser, wifi, etc.)

    Some have said the packaging had a knockoff look. A better choice of words would be that it has “generic” packaging. It’s not a ripoff or knockoff which connotes images of backstreet deals from some guys stem. That’s not a honest assessment of this product. The instruction booklet is admittedly small but who needs an instruction booklet to run a tablet?

    My only concerns are that it withstands the test of time and the 10 year ancient. It seems well built. (One minor design flaw is the screen and the external frame aren’t flush with each other so there is a gap. It will certainly collect dirt and be hard to get out.) Not a deciding factor but I can see it getting on my OCD nerves. The camera is also average at best but I never understood why people needed a fantastic camera for a tablet. (Is a tablet really going to be your go to camera for things like vacation?)

    We bought this for our 10 yr ancient son. As such I reckon it’s vital for people to be with you what this tablet competes with. It would be a mistake to compare this to the iPad for both excellent and terrible reasons.
    It isn’t in competition with the iPad but rather the iPod touch. We went with this instead of the iTouch and saved a lot of $. It was $69 for a 4gb Android tablet (expandable to 32) vs. $199 for a 16gb iTouch (not expandable.)

    I reckon we made the right choice and I reckon he will like it. Excellent luck everyone. Be smart.

    I will update this review after Christmas when the tablet sees regular daily use.

    ****UPDATE***
    It’s always excellent to come back and reevaluate a product after the newness has worn off and you can reckon more objectively. My by and large feeling on the tablet hasn’t changed much. I would still recommend it to the target audience that I mentioned above. Again, if you are looking for a backup to your laptop or an alternative to an iPad, this probably isn’t for you. But for those who have read the description and know what you’re getting, this will still be a fantastic product.

    Here are my impressions over the past week of regular use:
    Screen: I start with the screen because at first I was turned off by the screen. It is more of a durable plastic. But when I go to my Galaxy tablet and come back to it I am glad for the build and glad that my kids have the Zeepad. It’s perfect for them.
    As such you should know though that it will probably show marks. I’m fine with that. After all it comes with a stylus. The screen bodyguard that comes with it is lacking and we have been looking (unsuccessfully for some that will fit it). Screen protectors for a 7″ tablet Do NOT fit the Zeepad. It is slightly smaller than 7″ so keep that in mind. Also finding a case has been a bit challenging. Complete suitcases that hold the corners cause it rub against the power button (which may be a design flaw). On the other hand none of these things would cause me to fret.

    While I am glad that the screen is durable, others may be turned off of it if they are used to the high glossy, colorful screens. The Zeepad will look dull in comparison but again who are you buying it for?

    One other issue that has given me pause is the wifi. It works fantastic but it can be quirky at era. One time it was turned off and after selecting on it would immediately turn off again. It would take up again to do this until we finally shut it down. After a small while it worked fine. Maybe this was a one time thing. It happens. Also the clock constantly reverts itself to January 1, 1970. I don’t know the significance of that date (LOL) but I finally solved this by read-through the setting to sync the clock with the network when together to wifi. Again, maybe this is an isolated event.

    The battery: I would take off a 1/2 star for the screen build and another 1/2 star for the battery. It certainly doesn’t seem to last long but kids do forget to charge things. If you travel a lot this could be an issue for you. You might get a converter to get around this. (Finding a car mount might be hard. The AC power cord is of the small, round variety.)

    One last thing: the memory. I said in my…

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