iRulu MID tablet review

Sveyo April 8, 2012 4
iRulu MID tablet review
  • Form factor
  • Performance
  • Display
  • Price

iRulu MID tablet review – features and specs of the iRulu MID Google Android 2.3 tablet

iRulu MID is a 7-inch 4G Google Android tablet offered at a very low price for those tablet buyers who don’t want to spend a lot for mobile computing device.
iRulu has a IMAPX210 1GHz processor, 256MB of RAM and 4GB internal flash memory (MMC expandable up to 32GB).
The display of the 4G MID Google Android tablet is nothing special and you can’t expect anything different from a tablet with such price. It’s a 7-inch screen and the resolution is 800×480.

iRulu MIDMID tablet

Connection options of this MID tablet include built-in WiFi adapter and a USB port. Manufacturer claims this one also supports 3G connection but we cannot comment on this one as we haven’t test is.
Multimedia features if this MID tablet include built in 1.3MP camera, stereo speakers and a headphone jack.
As we mentioned this is an Android 2.3 tablet and as you probably already know there are hundreds of apps for this operating system but with only 256MB of RAM it is very far from what today’s tablets have to offer.

iRulu MID tablet review – video

4 Comments »

  1. red417 December 30, 2012 at 7:13 pm - Reply

    My son was thrilled to get this from “santa” and after just a few days the 10″ tablet is in its box waiting for information on how to return it and get a refund. Easy to set up and to get apps, to begin with. The first two days there were no problems at all, charged perfectly with great battery life, calibrated perfectly and could click on every icon just as easy as can be. The last for days, I have a very unhappy 9 year old who is upset that it has to be sent back to “the north pole” No longer will the tablet stay charged any longer than two hours (if lucky.) You cannot touch the correct icons instead you have to click way off in the right side of the tablet and pray you get the right icon and/or don’t get the “pages” to slide. NO access to the screen setting, cannot reset back to factory setting. Cannot do anything with this horrible waste of money. I should have went with a different brand so my son would not have wasted his time, and I wouldn’t have wasted my money.

    • ajax April 5, 2013 at 10:47 pm - Reply

      I TOTALY AGREEEEEE!!!!!!!! I trully wasted my money. For any one else please pay attention to these post reviews. Hold out if you can put a few dollars more toward a product with a name brand. I am soooooooooooooooo disapointed!!!

  2. noah October 2, 2013 at 12:14 am - Reply

    this tablet is crap it has google play store on it but doesn’t let you download and of the apps i am so pissed they suck balls

  3. Joyce Moore December 14, 2013 at 7:37 pm - Reply

    I had mine for a week and it won’t let me in. It keeps saying password is wrong. I;ve gone online and made a new password that works on Computor and phone but Tablet says it wrong. I am so mad as I.m a senior and live on social security and I spurged when I paid $137.00 on line for this piece of crap. I think they could make these tablets goos for us.

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