The tablet craze is just heating up, and happily, prices for some models are going down. But how much do you know about the new Coby tablet lineup of economical tablets?
Maybe that G stands for speedy processing goodness. All three of the 24-series tablets have 1GHz CPUs.
They require a firm finger press. Resistive touchscreens appear in two of the lower-cost Kyros models.
Yes, it's similar to the OS found on many Google smart phones. The Kyros tablets feature Android 2.2.
This webcam-worthy camera weighs in at 0.3 megapixels. You can capture video or stills.
It's not an electronic pub where you can buy beer. You'll find many titles in the ePub format, which is the native reader in Kyros.
We're not adlibbing this part -- the AppsLib lets you choose from thousands of apps for your device.
And the number grows every day. You can currently choose from around 40,000 apps.
It’s the coffeeshop standard! These tablets are compatible with both 802.11b and g.
It's far lighter than most laptops you'll find. At 1.5 pounds, you'll hardly notice you're carrying these tablets.
Although you can't see HD-quality video on the tablet itself, it will send that video through the HDMI port to an HD-capable TV.
It's the standard Android e-book reader. With Aldiko you can choose and read thousands of titles including public domain works.
Like most tablets, this one senses its orientation and automatically switches viewing to accommodate your preference.
It's a different version of the A8 chip that appears in Apple's iPad. The Cortex A8 is made by Samsung.
The installed 512MB is enough to keep your collection of apps moving.
Actually, none of Google's mobile apps are found on these tablets, thus excluding Gmail.
They're cousins of lithium-ion batteries; lithium-polymer batteries are inexpensive and can be recharged many times.
You'll definitely want to invest in flash memory cards. These models start out at 4GB.
With the limited onboard storage, this slot will make your tablet much more useful, to the tune of 32GB more useful.
They are part of the SD card family, but smaller. The microSDHC standard allows for high storage capacity in a tiny physical package.
It's not HD quality, but the 1024 x 600 still lets you see all sorts of visual content in the palm of your hands.