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Visual Land Connect 9 tablet review with Google Play warning

Earlier on today we informed you about one tablet that could be very popular during the 2013 holiday sales. That tablet was the 9-inch Pyle Astro, but now we have another contender for you to consider – the Visual Land Connect tablet which is also 9-inches in size.

You can read about the Pyle Astro tablet again here if you missed it. The Pyle tablet is actually very relevant as it contains very similar specs to the Visual Land Connect tablet that we’re about to discuss now.

For example, the Pyle features a 1.2GHz Cortex A8 Processor, 512MB of RAM and 8GB of storage. Believe it or not, the Visual Land Connect tablet also features a 1.2 GHz A8 Processor, 512MB of RAM and also 8GB of RAM to play around with.

That means brand preference is definitely going to come into play here. The only issue with this is that both brands are relatively unknown in the market. Fortunately though, there are some early reviews for the Visual Land Connect tablet up on Amazon to help make that purchasing decision a lot easier.

There is a word of warning though for those considering this tablet. We have spotted on the reviews that although performance is more than fine for the retail price of this tablet – there is a fairly big omission for the product.

This is the lack of Google Play support. It essentially means that your tablet already has limited functionality out of the box as you won’t be able to head to the store and download any new apps – which is disappointing.

It’s been confirmed over on the official Visual Land site, so bear this in mind if you decide to pick one up later this month. Is this a deal breaker for you or not? Let us know your thoughts on this tablet below.



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