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Proscan 7-inch tablet specs with keyboard in review

Those of you who are on the lookout for a cheap tablet, we have another suggestion to make with a different tablet that is ideal as a gift for a friend or loved-one. The Proscan 7-inch tablet with case and keyboard is at the low-end spectrum due to its price, but you’ll find that it is still a very capable tablet with decent hardware performance.

For many consumers, paying hundreds of dollars for a new iPad is just not an option. Many are now looking for tablets which are under the magical $100 price point and now Proscan in particular has gone the extra mile to cater for those that are looking for minimal performance at a magical price.

With this in mind, we can now bring you a series of Proscan 7-inch tablet reviews from those who have already bought one. First though, we give you an introduction to Proscan 7-inch tablet specs to show you what this tablet can and cannot do.


Basic specs include a 7-inch display with a 800×480 pixel resolution. There’s only 512MB RAM on board and the processor is offering 1.Ghz speeds only.

Unlike other budget tablets though, we are pleased to see Google Play support on board and there’s also a front facing camera for video chats – but no rear camera.

Storage size is also kept to a minimum with 4GB of memory inside, but expandable to 32GB if you have a MicroSD card at the ready. This tablet is also running on an older version of Android – not Lollipop but rather Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

As a result of the far-from-perfect specs, price is going to be the key factor to tempt you into a purchase. Most will already be aware that this tablet is already selling under $100. However, we’ve been tipped off that you may be able to get it for well under $100, so you definitely want to keep your eyes open if you are interested.

There’s no fancy and glamorous specs on offer here with the 7-inch Proscan tablet, but you do get decent performance and also a keyboard and case thrown in at no extra cost.

Have you been tempted to pick one of these up at your nearest retailer? Check out two Proscan 7-inch tablet reviews that we have added below and let us your impressions of this budget tablet.

Written by Alan Ng

Alan has been working for Product-Reviews since 2009 and became the Editor-in-chief in 2014. He has a passion for technology, the latest mobile phones and gadgets, and the gaming industry. Alan is a graduate of Canterbury Christ Church University and completed a B.A in Commercial Music in 2008. While expressing a keen interest in all areas that PR cover, you'll usually find Alan in the gaming section, where he'll be keeping enthusiasts up to date on all the latest news and reviews for consoles and PC.

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Google play being included does not a good tablet make if the damned thing can’t run 90% of the apps currently on the play store without rebooting. Did I mention the rebooting? It often does so at random.. Watch a movie or series of vids, Randomly it’ll reboot. A music playlist? Reboot. Trying to access the “OTHER..” heading under network settings? ..crashes the settings system and THEN reboots. Wifi taking too long to access the IP setting assignment? Freezing, THEN a reboot. They were on the right track for the most part but the serious lack of ram (512mb) is… Read more »


had mine for 2 years never had any problems until a few weeks ago. i dropped it on my bed an the charging port broke into pieces so i opened it an it was made from thin plastic smh now i have to charge it by USB which can take up to 10 f**king hours (sometimes doesn’t charge at all) compared to 30 minutes it only last under an hour (they say 4 hours LIES) so its very pointless to even use…..the USB should have been a second option to charge this tablet just in case the port broke smh… Read more »

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