NPOLE Tablet - Great Tablet for the Price (Feels Very Sturdy)

NPOLE Tablet 16GB 1GB IPS 7 Inch Android Quad Core CPU Dual Camera HD Video 3D Game Supported. The Tablet - NPOLE N718 is a Great Tablet for the Price. The Tablet with 16 GB of Internal Storage Offers Plenty of Space to Multitask Apps Without Slowing Things Down. Keep Photos, Movies, and Compatible Apps and Games With You Using a MicroTF Card Slot to Expand Your Tablet's Storage By Up to 32 GB.


Fast and Responsive. The Fast Quad-Core Processor Consists of Four High-Performance 1.3 GHz Cores for Quick App Launches, Smooth Games and Videos, and Great Overall Performance; Pre-installed Many Apps, Such As Play Store, Office Mobile, Chrome, YouTube, Netflix, Skype, Twitter, Facebook, Gmail, Maps, etc.

The Tablet Features a 1024 x 600 IPS Display with 171 ppi for a Bright Display with Vivid Colors and Whiter Whites. Enjoy a Great Viewing Experience at All Angles Through a Combination of IPS (in-plane switching) Technology and an Advanced Polarizing Filter.

Great tablet for the price, feels very sturdy

This is a great basic tablet for the price. I received mine at a discount for an honest and unbiased review, but everyone I have shown the tablet was surprised at the price (the discount was very small).

I like the android system and I can use same apps as my phone. A few of the apps may not be compatible with the tablet, such as Amazon Prime video (bummer) but Netflix works, so it was no big deal, I have HBO Go as well, but I didn't try it. The cameras work fine, but don't expect high resolution pictures.

I watched several videos from YouTube and the quality and speed was great. It was also very easy to connect to my wifi and set up, battery life is good so far as well. This uses a standard micro usb charger, so that's nice and simple. The tablet is a little heavy, but that adds to the feel of quality as it's not bulky, just a bit "weighty". Anyone who has an android phone will be able to use this easily and most others will pick up quickly as it is very intuitive and runs a tutorial of features when you first power it up.

Update: Everything still works great, just wanted to mention that the screen has an almost matte feel to it as opposed to the glossy feel I'm used to. This doesn't detract from it, but I felt I'd mention it. I also ordered a 32gb micro sd card, so I will update performance from external memory shortly.

The matte feel on the screen turned out to be the film covering the screen when it shipped. It's very close to a screen protector so you could definitely leave it on. I would have left mine intact if I hadn't already removed it checking it out. Also, the item is not playing webm video format and the system software update attempts fail. It is 6/19/16 and the software lists current as of 5/26/16, but it's running some variation of Cyanogen Android 4.4.2 and I'd prefer to catch up to marshmallow since the software should handle it fine.