Samsung Galaxy Tab 7" E Lite 8GB Android 4.4 Tablet with Spreadtrum T-Shark Quad-Core Processor-White
There's something for everyone with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7" E Lite tablet. Designed with the whole family in mind, it offers 8GB of internal storage, a speedy quad-core processor with 1GB RAM, the intuitive Android 4.4 KitKat OS, as well as convenient multi-user and multi-tasking abilities that make this tablet a breeze and a pleasure to use.
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- 7” WSGA TFT LCD touchscreen with 1024 x 600 native resolution delivers clear visuals when watching videos, playing games, and perusing apps
- Android 4.4 KitKat operating system provides a smooth, intuitive user experience that's powerful and customizable
- 8GB internal flash memory capacity offers space for you to take your favourite games, movies, videos, music, and apps with you on the go
- Supports microSD cards up to 32GB (sold separately) to give you additional storage space, turning your device into a mobile entertainment centre
- 1.3GHz Quad-Core Speadtrum T-Shark processor with 1GB RAM provides speedy performance and responsive power for quick and effortless downloading, sharing, web-surfing, movie-watching and more
- Built-in 802.11 /b/g/n Wi-Fi lets you seamlessly connect with your wireless home network or a Wi-Fi hotspot, while integrated Bluetooth allows you to easily pair with your Bluetooth-enabled devices so you can stay connected on the go
- Family-friendly Multi User Mode allows each member of the family to set up their own personalized tablet experience and access their own music, games, apps, photos, and more
- Offers easy access to the Google Play store, where you can download all your favourite apps
- 2.0MP rear-facing camera lets you easily snap some crisp shots or record videos at 640x480 resolution at 24fps
- Preloaded with Microsoft Office, making it a breeze to stay productive wherever you go
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- not bad for the priceby worldboss
from Vancouver, BC on November 27, 2018
the camera is crap. i bought it for web surfing at coffe shops. better then doing it on a cell phone. havent used it much to really make any points about pros and cons. but for a cheap tablet i figure its the best bang for the buck.
- Not Badby Gordon
from Winnipeg, MB on September 4, 2018
I bought this to have a cheap tablet - i.e. low investment - with which i could travel and not fear losing it. It will work perfectly for that purpose. Its build is stronger than the off brand I saw, and at least for now it is not as intrusive as Fire. It runs my Overdrive library reader, had just enough space to load my music via the card, and so far has played the apps i am interested in - CBC TV, You Tube, Chrome, etc. It has a nice weight, and the screen, while not high res, is sufficient. Using headphones the sound was good. But the cons are these. It is old tech (2016). The Android OS may not work with all programs and it seems will not be upgraded. It takes a 32GB expansion card when the world is moving to 256. On Sale - I would say it fits the role of cheap second or third device well.
- you're better off just lighting a hundred dollar bill on fireby Anna
from Vancouver, BC on March 22, 2018
Worst tablet ever! Totally useless, slow, no space for apps and even with a memory card it runs like a dial up computer from the 90s!
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