We have looked at a lot of budget tablet brands this month, as we know most of you will be trying to get hold of that dream tablet at the best price possible. Now we take a look at a Zeki 7-inch TBDG773B 8GB Android tablet review of specs, as this could be the model which most of you will be desperate to get your hands on.
Zeki is also a model which you may have never heard before. With so many brands out there offering cheap tablets, it’s easy for one particular brand to slip under the radar.
Zeki definitely falls into this category, but you should be aware that the Zeki TBDG773B 8GB tablet specs are fairly impressive for the low prices that we have seen flying around.
To start, we can tell you that specs include a dual-Core 1.5Ghz processor, with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage memory. There’s also the option of expanding memory with MicroSD and the 7-inch display offers a 1024 x 600 native resolution.
Unfortunately this tablet does not have a rear camera, but there is a front-facing camera for video chats should you need it. Another nice feature is a HDMI out port, meaning that you can connect this tablet to a TV to view pictures and videos, which is always handy.
For those that need the confirmation, Google Play Store is supported on this tablet, so you immediately have access to thousands of apps at your fingertips upon start-up. There is also Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box, which you may be able to update to Android 4.4 Kitkat yourself.
It is also worth mentioning that some retailers may be willing to offer a Zeki 8GB Tablet TBDG773B which comes with a free Keyboard Case & Stylus – a picture of the stylus on offer can be seen here and here since Zeki offer a choice of two.
For those that are looking for further information, we can point you in the direction of a Zeki 7-inch TBDG773B review page here over at Amazon.
Be warned though, as there are numerous comments from consumers who have already bought one and are not happy with this model’s battery life span – some say it has only lasted two hours on a full charge.
Have you owned a tablet from Zeki before? If so, let us know your thoughts on the brand and if you think it matches up to other budget brands on the market at the moment.