Vulcan Journey VTA0703IM16 tablet review with bad performance

By Alan Ng - Nov 16, 2016

Vulcan is a brand of tablet which always pops up into the forefront at this time of the year when consumers are eager to snap up the cheapest Windows 10 tablets on the market.

We can see that the Vulcan Journey VTA0703IM16 tablet is one particular model that is popular at the moment and retailers such as Newegg may be offering it for an extremely low price – under $50 if you are lucky enough.

Is the Vulcan Journey tablet ultimately worth buying though? Specs include a 7-inch LCD display with a 1024×600 resolution, 1GB of RAM, 1.3GHz quad core Intel Atom Processor, 16GB of internal memory and room to expand with MicroSD card.

You can see a full list of the Vulcan Journey VTA0703IM16 tablet specs below. Battery life will last around 5 to 6 hours, while it has WiFi support, dual cameras and Bluetooth 4.0 as well – the manual can be downloaded here.

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Does the Vulcan 7-inch Journey tablet suffer from performance problems? Many of the Vulcan Journey VTA0703IM16 tablet reviews that we have spotted online all mention a rather worrying trend that this tablet is prone to issues and often stops working after a certain period of time.

You can see evidence of this in the review pages at Walmart and Amazon.

We know this tablet will be appealing at a very low price during the sales but is it really worth taking the risk with some consumers even labelling their Vulcan tablet a ‘paperweight’?

Let us know if you are familiar with this brand and if you have any questions or other information to share.

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Also See: Vulcan 10.1-inch Excursion tablet VTA1005XB review

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