|Stylish and powerful, the Velocity Micro Cruz R102 is a tablet computer suitable for people on the move. The Velocity Micro tablet runs on Android 2.0 Eclair OS that is packed with Google Mobile services and supports installation of preferred applications. The 7-inch resistive touchscreen display of the Android tablet is responsive and delivers clear and sharp images. Supporting Wi-Fi connectivity, the Velocity Micro Cruz R102 lets you surf the web, send emails, stream videos and check updates in social networking sites wirelessly. The pre-loaded E-book reader application of the Velocity Micro tablet lets you download and read thousands of books, magazines, and newspapers. As the Android tablet supports display of multimedia contents, letting you view pictures, and play music files or videos. Apart from an internal memory of 256 MB, the Velocity Micro Cruz R102 supports memory expansion via built-in SD or SDHC card slots, helping you to store hundreds of music files, videos and pictures.|
|Display Size||7in (17.78 cm)|
|Supported File Types||AAC, H.263, H.264, HTML, MP3, MPEG-4, PDF, TXT, WAV, ePub|
|Connections and Expandability|
|Width||7.56in (19.2 cm)|
|Depth||0.58in (1.47 cm)|
Average review score based on 13 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
It does everything I expected it to and a little more, I bought it to replace an older Ebook reader
it does that although you have to download the app's to do it, I feel it should have came pre-installed with the kindle app and a standard epub and lit reader older versions had the Borders reader installed, but I guess since borders went out of business, and Barnes and noble have the 'Nook' they decided not to pre-install anything but the basic's,
The Browser is okay if very slow even on fast internet, pages are unreadble to me though as they are very compressed in a 7inch reader, I've not used it to veiw movies or play songs as yet, but It will probably be okay. my old reader did them reasonably well, so I expect this one will do them better, being that its a much better product, it feels very solid, and has a good weight. I really like it, it does everything a Nook colour does, it does everything a kindle fire does, I feel it does everything I wanted it to do and a few more things too!
the touch screen is a little slow, but I think that can be a good thing as well as a bad thing.
I purchased the Cruz Reader to use as a buget tablet and something to experiment with modifying/hacking. It runs Android 2.1 or 2.0 and does what its designed for well enough. Book/document reader, light internet surfing on the wifi works well and there are a few games you can install to play when your tired of reading or out of wifi range. The screen is nice and crisp for a resistive touchscreen with only a hint of fuzziness. The basic apps that come with the device are okay but the app store will be needed for better versions that provide more functionality. The memory and processor are enough for reader and light games but many other apps are beyond this readers ability to run. Video playback on the Cruz is often unwatchable and some video codecs wont play at all. Compared to other present generation devices the Micro Cruz R102 will feel dissappointing but is comparative to other early devices.
i bought this tablet for my 9 year old it is a good product for the money i mean its not an ipad its android the main purpose of me buying it is so she could download games etc but it has no space and the sd option is usless everthing you download is saved to tablet there is no option to save to sd card so itt was pretty usless to her but as far as web browsing, email, taking notes, and reading it is great for that ..the browser is kinda slow but what do u expect.
I bought this for my daughter who had her last one stolen. I had it mailed directly to her, but it came with no instructions. Her and her mother had a terrible time getting it to work. As I live 250 miles away, I was not much help. Their only complaint is how little memory it came with. However, everyone seems pleased with the product. Next time, I will probably buy a brand new one.
I had bought a ereader from big lots that i clocked to 800 mhg but the cpu went out . I found one on ebay for $20.00 as is I was able to get it working . I use it everyday to read email books and play games