|Skytex Primer Pocket 4.3in Android 2.2 Media Tablet #SX-SP430A|
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|Powered by the Android 2.2 OS, the Skytex SX-SP430A primer pocket tablet enables you to access and download thousands of online apps. 4 GB internal memory in this Skytex tablet provides ample space to store data, files, pictures and more. Supporting Wi-Fi 802.11N connectivity, this primer pocket tablet lets u browse the internet while on-the-go and connect to local networks. The 4.3-inch LCD touchscreen of this Skytex tablet keeps data access at your fingertips. The 1 GHz processor of the Skytex SX-SP430A enhances the speed of operation, giving quick response to your touch. Compatible with multiple formats of audio and video files, the Skytex SX-SP430A keeps you entertained.|
|Display Size||4.3in (10.92 cm)|
|Hard Drive Capacity||4 GB|
|Processor Speed||600 MHz|
|Connections and Expandability|
Average review score based on 10 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
The Skytex SX-SP430A is a very small pocket size tablet and is good for storing information, playing videos & music and playing some games. The unit does NOT connect (WIFI) to the INTERNET easily and DOES NOT stay connected for every long.
Overall, I would have to rate the unit as "BELOW AVERAGE"!
Perfect size but nothing else.
Worst product ever
Had to return to get wifi access fixed.
Could not get any new games added.
My daughter was so excited and this was a HUGE disappointment
Bought one for my wife for Christmas and haven't been able to download anything for her on it at all so alls it does is sit and collect dust
I would say that the Skytex SX-SP430A 4GB, Wi-Fi, 4.3" is one of the top tablet models that is out right now,compared to an Archos tablet i have, this tablet works wonders. I originally purchased this tablet to prove a point to my brother that it could work almost as efficiently as an ipad. Although this is a somewhat high expectation and considering that, the Skytex tablet is as close to an ipad any tablet could get as of now.
I purchased a Herotab C8 several months ago in my search for a nice, compact media player. Unfortunately, that's not what I got. It was heavy, too big for my purposes, and the battery life was an hour, maybe two. But anyway, this isn't a review for the Herotab.
After my experience with the Herotab, I knew exactly what I was looking for: compact, convenient, sturdy and with a long-lasting battery (not to mention within my price range; this was the reason I opted out of buying an iOS device). I looked at a few different devices, and this one came to my attention. Under 100 dollars, runs Android, Wifi. I had my concerns regarding the resistive touchscreen, but I decided to give it a go.
I was not disappointed. Despite its size the processor speed is quite impressive, able to run a few apps at once. The touchscreen was nice and responsive, but takes some getting used to. The battery life is excellent. The body is sturdy and rubberized, and while it's not too heavy, has a good heft to it and doesn't feel flimsy. In short, it's a very good device, and easy to use.
Great battery life
Best resistive touchscreen I've used
No access to Android Market