Quad Core Tablet 7", 8GB, Bluetooth, Dual Camera

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8gb On Board 

On board storage for content such as apps, files, photos or music. 

 

7" Touch Screen

7” Touch screen (5 points), 16:9 Widescreen (800 x 480 Pixels)

 

Quad Core Processor

You can now watch movies, listen to music, play games or browse the web at the same time. Multitasking has never been easier.

 

Wi-Fi Ready

Access the Internet through a wireless network.

 

Bluetooth Connection

Easy bluetooth connection for - Smartphones, wireless speakers or headsets

 

Android os 4.4 - kitkat

New features with improved performance.

 

Front & Rear Cameras

Take photos and record videos with the 2MP rear and 0.3MP front cameras.

 

Micro SD Card Input

Supports up to 32GB**

 

Micro USB

Connects external devices. Can be used as a charger.

Why do I need G-sensor on my tablet?

Essentially if the screen on your portable device was square, the G-Sensor wouldn’t really be of any use, considering that you could only hold the screen one way up.  But screens are not square and having to hold a device only one way is cumbersome.  The G-sensor automatically rotates the screen so it is always orientated the right way up and it also allows you to take advantage of wide screen media formats which is most videos are produced on nowadays. 

 

Why do I need offline maps?

Offline maps are preloaded on the device so you do not have to rely on data availability.  This is perfect for use in places where you do not have access to data say perhaps on a plane, overseas or in a remote area.  In these situations, you can still use offline maps to plan trips, arrange meetings or just to find a destination without relying on internet access.  Laser tablets with eMap preinstalled will give you offline maps convenience.
 

What does OTA mean in my Android tablet? 

OTA stands for “Over the Air” and it is a way of simply updating the firmware on a device over the internet.  Typically the end user will select to update firmware on the device and it will connect to a service which will check and update firmware as needed.


What is the difference between batteries?

The latest development with Lithium-Ion (LI) battery technology has been the introduction of the Lithium Polymer based battery. Not only does the Lithium Polymer battery last longer, the battery is no longer limited to traditional battery cylindrical shapes.  The battery can now be moulded into a customised shape to fit inside any product making it the choice for manufacturers developing the latest slimline and stylish devices.  For best results and like with all other batteries, LI batteries should always have top up charges if put in storage for extended periods of time.

 

Featuring a Quad core processor at 1.3Ghz and Android 4.4 operating system to enhance multitasking - the Laser 7” eTouch Everyday is the perfect tablet for movies, music, web surfing, emails, reading books and more.

Enjoy all your favourite apps from the Google Play store which are installed and ready to go straight out of the box.

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Processor
Clockspeed 1.3Ghz
No. of Cores 4
Features
FM Radio No
GPS No
HDMI No
Rear Camera Yes. Rear 2M
Wall Charger Yes
Other external features
Operating System Android 4.4
Screen Size (inches horizontal) 7"
Screen Resolution 800 x 480
Screen Type LCD TFT
Touch Screen (incl. Swipe function) Yes. Capacitive multi-touch screen
On Board Memory (storage) 8G Storage / 512mb RAM
Built-in camera/s Yes. Front 0.3M
Battery Type Lithium 2800mAH
GPS Antenna No
Construction / finish Crack resistant ABS Polymer
G-Sensor Yes
Built in Speaker Yes
Pre-loaded Apps Yes
Digital Rights Management (DRM) enabled Yes
Upgradable firmware via USB or TF card Yes
WiFi Built-in Yes
Micro SD (TF) card slot Yes
3.5mm headphone out Yes
Mini USB input (charging / connecting) Yes
Bluetooth Yes
General
Warranty(month) 12
Inner Carton Qty 4
Master Carton Qty 8
EAN barcode 9335432023015

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