Haehne 7″ Inch Android 4.4 KitKat Google Tablet PC IPS HD 1024*600 Pixels Multi-touch Capacitive Screen Quad Core 16GB Allwinner A33 Cortex A7 Dual Cameras 0.3MP & 2.0MP DDR3 512M WiFi – White Reviews

Haehne 7" Inch Android 4.4 KitKat Google Tablet PC IPS HD 1024*600 Pixels Multi-touch Capacitive Screen Quad Core 16GB Allwinner A33 Cortex A7 Dual Cameras 0.3MP & 2.0MP DDR3 512M WiFi - White

  • Google Android Allwinner A33, ARM Cortex A7,Quad Core 1.6GHz with Mali400MP2 GPU, offer unprecedented fast surfing online, video playing and 3D games playing experience
  • 7 inch IPS HD display, multi-touch capacitive touch screen, 1024*600 resolution
  • 16GB storage capacity, built-in Micro SD card slot allows you to add up to 32GB extra space to store songs, videos, photos and other files
  • With front & back dual cameras (0.3MP & 2.0MP), it will be adequate for skype video chat and taking general pictures
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1.CPU:Allwinner A33, ARM Cortex A7,Quad Core 1.6GHz. GPU:Mali400MP2
2.Android 4.4 Kitkat
3.7" IPS HD display screen (16:9)
4.Resolution: HD 1024*600 Pixels
5.Full Size£¬Multi-touch Point Capacitive Touchscreen
6.RAM: 512MB DDR3
7.ROM Capacity:16 GB£»Expandable by MicroSD to 32GB
8.Camera:Front 0.3M / Back 2.0M
9.Google Store
10.Output Device: Built-in Loud stereo speakers
11.Input Device: Built-in Microphone
12.Accelerator, G Sensor
13.LAN: External Fast 10/100 Mbps if equipped with an Ethernet Adapter
14.Wireless: 802.11b/g/n (high sensitivity)
15.AC100-240V 50-60Hz. Output:5V 1.5A<

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  1. Mr Baz says:
    19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Improved screen/processor + Bluetooth make this a solid budget tablet, 10 Aug. 2015
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    Mr Baz
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    Note: The maker supplied a review sample for evaluation, the opinion of the product is my own personal view

    Unlike most budget Tablets I’ve look at this one has a few enhanced areas firstly the “IPS” screen it’s still a 1024 x 600 display ie not super high density (about 170 pixels per inch) but the viewing angles are much better than a normal LCD panel and the contrast isn’t bad either (blacks are deeper) CPU has been beefed up a bit this one is a quad core ARM 7100 at 1.6GHz; still budget end but we’ve moved on significantly from the days of a single core processor that ground to halt once you opened more than one app. This is fine for day to day use and won’t have any problems with video playback/browsing or light gaming

    One surprise was that this tablet does feature “Bluetooth” many budget tablets omit this, I tested it with numerous devices and it worked well fine for music listening/streaming.

    Box contents:
    Tablet (this has a screen protector pre-fitted), charger (2 pin with 3 pin UK plug adapter), USB female to micro USB (you can plug pen drives into this, micro USB to normal USB lead. You can charge the tablet via the adapter or the micro USB cable.

    A few key notes on the Tablet:
    * Internal storage is listed as 16GB, of that 12GB is free for installations. Runs Kit Kat 4.4.2
    * You don’t get an “auto” brightness control so you have to adjust this manually, no GPS either
    * Rear 2mp camera and front 0.3mp in nothing to get excited about passable for Skype or a quick snap you don’t get good cameras on cheaper tablets but at least it has 2.
    * Minimal “apps” installed which is a good thing in my view just add the ones you want. You can add a micro SD card (32GB worked fine in my test) and install most apps to this card just go into the settings and each new app and “move to SD card” to free up space, but with 16GB most users won’t need a card.

    Battery test:

    I fully charged the tablet and played a few games for a short time, streamed video, music and browsed the web, with brightness set to 50% and volume around 30% I got 3 hours 40 minutes which isn’t bad at all really. The brightness will effect the battery significantly as will playing games it’s just a rough idea for normal use. You can squeeze more out of this browsing at lower brightness levels, or less if you’re playing games/videos constantly.

    Areas I liked:

    + IPS screen is much improved over normal LCD ones
    + Quite fast in normal use copes well with video playback and switching between “apps”
    + Bluetooth, not common on tablets in this price range
    + Solid enough build case material is quite tactile and not flimsy
    + Included guide is useful for newer users explaining the basics of Android few makers bother with this, nice to see a bit more effort here
    + Raised “buttons” easier to find the power and volume controls
    + Value for money

    Weaker points:
    - I would like a bit more than 512MB ram it’s what you get in this price range just don’t go mad opening lots of apps and it’s works fine.
    - Camera/video are basic fine for playing around not much more
    - Sound is a bit thin not much depth single small speaker best to use headphones or Bluetooth

    Overall Thoughts:

    For me this hit the mark better than most budget tablets that’s partly down to the better screen and a bit more power on the processors, however Bluetooth is also a very useful addition and not something that turns up on many models. At this price you’re not going to get ultra high definition screens, massive battery life and top end gaming performance; however these affordable tablets are getting better all the time they no longer struggle with playing HD video or normal use and this one has a generous 16GB storage more than enough for most, with the option to use micro SD card slot.

    It’s a good little tablet with a respectable screen and solid enough build, for a first tablet or for the kids this can’t really be faulted that much you do get what you pay for with products like this but in 2015 you get a lot more for your money than you did a few years ago. A thumbs up from me

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  2. marchaos says:
    6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Beware – contains AdWare!, 9 Oct. 2015
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    I bought this Tablet for my daughter, who is 2.5 years. Upon first use, it seemed ok, but after installing Plex and iPlayer, these apps were crashing frequently, and it also rebooted 3-4 times randomly whilst using these apps. Playing TV Shows from Plex was really slow too over WIFI, even though all of my movies were installed locally. Suddenly, adverts started popping up on the screen and in the notifications section. I had not installed any apps that would do this. Within the notifications ad, it said that the ad was “by search”. I had a look at the apps installed, and there was indeed an app called “Search” which loads a search bar where you can search, upon searching, it wants to log into your google account (obviously didn’t allow that) and then randomly shows ads (in this case, it was a Casino ad). The app itself cannot be uninstalled via the uninstall option as it’s a system app.

    I’m a software engineer, so have authoritative knowledge on software, so I attempted to root the device, but surprisingly it was already rooted. I installed an app from the app store that allows you to uninstall system apps (if the device is rooted), so I did this and remove the app. After this, the tablet was much snappier, no more crashes and the WIFI improved drastically. It’s actually not a bad tablet considering the price, but I cannot recommend it given the malpractice of installing AdWare on device that is targeted at children (it’s pink after all).

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