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RCA Pro 10 Tablet review of specs with manual

We have spoken in detail about the popular RCA 7-inch tablet before, now it is time to switch our attention to RCA’s largest tablet. With this in mind, we can now offer you a RCA Pro 10 Tablet review of specs to give you a heads-up on whether the larger display size is worth a purchase or not.

We already know that the the RCA brand of tablets are very popular with consumers, largely due to the fact that you can often pick them up with a significant discount lower than that of the retail price.

If you are looking to upgrade to a 10-inch tablet, you will want to know what this model is capable of. This Pro 10 tablet actually comes with a Keyboard Folio Case included, doubling up as a ‘smart case’ as well which is very handy.

Other RCA Pro10 specs include a 1.5GHz quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, a 1024×600 display resolution and 16GB of internal memory. There is also the option of MicroSD storage on board, which is essential as 16GB of memory will not be enough for most.

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Cameras are also included on the RCA Pro 10 tablet specs list, as there will be a 2MP camera on the rear and a 0.3MP front-facing camera. Battery life will last you around 6 hours, while there will be access to the Google Play Store too, just in case you were worried it would be left out.

We are happy to report that the RCA Pro 10 runs on Android 4.4 Kitkat and could be in line for an upgrade to Android 5.0 Lollipop next year.

If you are interested in buying one of these this year, you may be interested in reading some RCA Pro 10 Tablet reviews. We have picked out some very useful feedback over at Amazon here, where there are 18 user reviews from consumers who have already bought one.

Let us know your overall thoughts on this tablet and whether you have any observations about RCA as a tablet maker. Don’t forget to download the RCA Pro 10 tablet manual in PDF format here, it is extremely useful before making a decision to purchase.

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