Throughout this month, we have been keeping an eye on RCA’s exciting budget range of tablets, specifically the RCA 7-inch tablet that comes with a dual-core processor and Android 4.2. Consumers have been going crazy over it due to a price that is well below $100 – but now we have a short RCA 7-inch tablet review for you to watch from someone who has actually purchased the tablet during the sales.
To recap, this is a seriously low priced tablet that still offers very decent functionality and performance. Access to the Google Play Store is supported with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, while a dual-core processor with 1GB of RAM ensures that multitasking is still possible on such a cheap device.
There’s also MicroSD storage available for when you get close to filling up the 8GB of internal memory. This could well be the best value tablet of 2013 when it comes to features offered, as we’ve seen plenty of tablets with only single-core processors that are more expensive than the RCA 7-inch RCT6378W2 tablet.
Check out a quick review below to see what one user thinks after picking his up from the busy sales. Let us know if you also managed to get one and what your early impressions are of it so far.
Don’t forget to check out full RCA 7-inch dual-core tablet specs here if you need them again.
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