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By LivDigital 23 October 2013

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POWERFUL 7" MOBILE ENTERTAINMENT TABLET

Tired of tablets that perform sluggishly and are slow to download data? Meet the IdeaTab A3000, a high-performance tablet that’s portable enough to slip in your jacket pocket. The A3000’s quad-core CPU means it’s ultra-responsive.

Pocket Size Comfort

At 0.43" thick and weighing in at a mere 0.76 lbs, the IdeaTab A3000 is a perfect size for reading, listening to music, and web-surfing – and it can easily slide into a pocket when not in use.

Comfortable Design

The A3000's "stripe" design emphasizes different tablet functions, while curved surfaces make it comfortable to hold.

Long Battery Life

The A3000 offers up to 7 hours of WiFi browsing on a single battery charge.

Product details

DESCRIPTION

IDEATAB A3000
Processor
MediaTek 8125 1.2GHz quad core processor
Operating System
Android™ 4.2 Jelly Bean
Memory/Storage
  • RAM: 1GB LP-DDR2
  • Internal Storage: 17GB Flash eMMC 800 MHz
  • Expandable Storage: Up to 64GB microSD
Display
  • 7.0" IPS
  • 1024x600
  • Multi-touch capacitive
Battery
  • 3500mAh Li-Polymer
  • 7 hrs WiFi web browsing
  • Stand-by ~2 weeks
Connectivity/Radios
  • WiFi (WLAN 802.11b/g/n)
  • Bluetooth® 4.0
Integrated camera
  • 0.3M (Front)
  • 5.0 MP Auto Focus (Rear)
Dimensions (W x H x T)
7.63" x 4.72" x 0.43"
Weight
0.76 lbs
Ports/Slots
  • 3.5 mm Audio/Mic Jack
  • Micro-USB (supports USB-OTG)
  • Micro-SD card slot
Sensors
  • Accelerometer (G-sensor)
  • Ambient Light Sensor
Color
Black slate
Buttons
  • Power key
  • Volume key

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