Dragon Touch® 9” Google Android 4.1 Jelly Bean 8GB Multimedia Tablet PC, Rockchip RK2926, Cortex A9, up to 1.5GHz, Capactive Multi-Touch Screen, Front Camera + Rear Camera, Google Play Pre-Installed, Supports Skype Video Calling and Netflix Movies DT-R9W [By TabletExpress]
Loving it for $139
So I was in the market for a budget tablet (could not spend $500 on an iPad). I tried the 7" Kindle Fire (not HD) and a 7" Lenovo Ideatab (which I really liked and found for $149). But I really wanted a bigger tablet.
After seeing this get quite a few good reviews for the price, I decided to give it a try.
What I was looking for: a larger tablet that I could Skype with, watch Netflix and Amazon Instant Video on, and generally surf the web and check email.
Well, I can Skype with this. It has a front facing camera. Not the best quality so I wouldn’t ever use this as a camera, but it’s good for Skyping.
I am actually able to watch Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, and YouTube on this in great quality! There are times when it is blocky and fuzzy when it is trying to buffer but other than that, it is great for watching movies on and the large screen is wonderful for that.
Surfing the web, I am able to use Google Chrome and…
A Good Talet With a Few Annoyances (RETURNED)
LAST UPDATE: 3/26/13 – The headphone jack stopped working properly today, so I have returned the item for a refund. I would suggest avoiding this item if possible. If not, then don’t expect to use the headphone jack very often. It’s good if you’re on a budget. But, if you can get a brand name tablet, please do. A good tablet would be Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7-Inch, Wi-Fi). My rating has dropped to reflect this recent turn of events.
3/3/13 – I bought this tablet Friday and received it Saturday. This being my first tablet I wasvery excited about it. I still am, but some of that excitment has since been replaced with minor annoyance.
The reason I got this tablet was so I could read my Kindle books at the college I go to. I wasn’t too thrilled with the lack of features of many other higher end tablets and I don’t like iOS. This tablet offers me Android 4.0 which I like. I also like…
Mid-grade tablet for low price.
Mid-grade tablet for low price. It is not the greatest tablet on the market today, but for the size and the operating system, It is a fairly cheap price for what your looking for. I had purchased mine simply for the fact to download games and learning programs for my son, along with a couple of apps for myself. It was working fine for the first 8-10 days, then the touchpad would not respond to my finger. I ended up returning the unit in exchange for another one. This second one that I now have, I have had for a little over a month now with no problems. Would recommend to the person that does not have a lot of money but is looking for the tablet experience.
- Rockchip RK2926, Cortex A9, up to 1.5GHz; 512MB DD3 RAM
- Google Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) OS
- 8GB Internal Memory; microSD expansion up to 32GB
- 7 inch LCD Multi-Touch Display; 800-by-480 Resolution
- Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n); Dual Camera
Description : Trademark Dragon Touch products are marketed exclusively by TabletExpress.
Operating System: Google Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)
Display: 9 Inch Multi-touch screen, 800 x 480 Resolution(4:3)
Processor: RK2926 Cortex A9, up to 1.5GHz processor
Internal Memory: 8 GB
RAM: 512MB DDR3
Memory Expansion: MicroSD / TF card (up to 32 GB in size)
Camera: Front facing 0.3MP, Rear 0.3MP
Wireless Connectivity: Wireless N Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n)
Ports: 1 x Micro USB(Supporting OTG); 1 x miniHDMI; 1 x 3.5mm headphone jack; 1 x TF/MicroSD card slot
Sensors: 3D G-sensor
OSD Languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Italian, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese, Russian, etc
Dimensions: 9.4 x 5.8 x 0.4 inches
Weight: 10 ounces
Audio: AVI, MOV, MP4, RMVB, FLV, MKV
Images: GIF, JPG, JPEG, PNG, BMP, WBMP, WEBP
What’s in the Box:
Dragon Touch R9 White Tablet
5V/2A 110-240V 2.5mm Charger;
USB Connection Cable