Coby Kyros MID1125 tablet review

Coby Kyros MID1125 tablet review


Coby Kyros MID1125 tablet review - price, features and spec of the 10-inch Google Android tablet.
With large 10.1" screen and fast 1GHz Cortex A8 this cheap Android 2.3 tablet delivers what you expect form a device like this.
Kyros MID1125 tablet
Coby Kyros MID1125 10-inch Android 2.3 tablet
This is one of the tablet that best suit the explanation 'internet tablet'. With all the good features it has the Kyros MID1125 tablet will do all the essentials on the go and with ease.
Coby Kyros MID1125 tablet uses Cortex A8 chipset with the 1GHz single core processor that is OK by today's standards.
The 10-inch capacitive multi-touchscreen has native resolution of 1024 x 600 (16:9) and it supports Full HD videos playback in 1080p. So enjoying high def multimedia is no problem with this tablet. With a display this big we also recommend this tablet for E-book reading.
The space for storage in the Coby Kyros MID1125 tablet is quite small - 4GB but you can easily expand it to 32GB with microSD or microSDHC cards as this is the maximum load supported.
Connectivity options in the Kyros MID1125 tablet include WiFi 802.11 b/g support and of course this is a small drawback as most new tablets have the faster WiFi N. Nevertheless browsing the internet is a real joy on this tablet, no noticeable lags and delays.
You can also connect with other devices via the built-in HDMI port or the USB.
As for multimedia options Coby Kyros MID1125 has built-in front-facing camera and microphone so Skype and conference calls are made with ease on this tablet.
As this is an Android 2.3 device you can download many applications form the Android market so software wouldn't be a problem at any time.
The price of the Coby Kyros MID1125 tablet is low but it definitely isn't the cheapest 10-inch Android tablet out there. It costs around £200 (in UK) which is very close to some big brands territory but it seems that manufacturer Coby rely more on offering quality products than cheap and unreliable ones.

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