Coby Kyros 7 by loakon


									 Coby Kyros 7-Inch Android 2.3 4 GB Internet Touchscreen Tablet - MID7012-4G
Browse the web, watch videos on Youtube, check e-mail, and more on a generous 7 inch LCD screen.
Intuitive touchscreen controls powered by Android OS 2.3 . Connect to the Internet wirelessly with high-
speed networking support (Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g) Download and enjoy popular apps and games from the
AppsLib marketplace. Plays popular video, music, and photo formats. Download and read thousands of
books with the included Aldiko E-book reader application, view pages in portrait or landscape with
automatic orientation detection. Expandable memory with optional microSDHC card. Rechargeable
lithium-polymer battery.
Consumer review:

I had thought and looked into getting an iPad or one of the other larger tablets, but realized that if I was
going to spend that much money that I may as well by a laptop. Yeah, they look cool and all, and the
number of 3rd party things for it are out there, but I realized that I really didn't want something that big
in size. I wanted something that I could easily carry around, see what email I had awaiting for me to read
at some point, could sit and read a book, and play a few games. I had looked at some other 7" tablets,
but there was just something about them that just didn't give me the desire to buy them, then I came
across this one.

It's heavier than I expected, and takes longer to start than I would like, but it works for me.I have had no
trouble connecting to wifi networks, the apps that I have added work great, going from portrait to
landscape is quick, playing video from YouTube and elsewhere works fine, and I have even been able to
make Skype calls with no problems.

The problem that I have had with it is that the battery doesn't last long, and it would of been really nice
if they had made it a little bigger or added a clasp for the stylist. I also don't like the fact that if you lay it
onto a table the screen will automatically switch to landscape.

The Apps store it uses (GetJar) has plenty of stuff to keep me happy, but I am not looking for it to do a
billion things. So far I have enjoyed the e-reader (Aldiko) as it is easy to read things.

If you need all of the bells & whistles of the iPad, then buy an iPad. If you are looking for something that
will do the basics quickly so you can do other things in life, this is a good choice...

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