Nurvo Horizon tablet review - price, features and specifications of the cheap 7-inch Android tablet with All winner A13 processor
|Nurvo Horizon - cheap 7-inch Android tablet review|
Nurvo Horizon has been on the market for quite some time and it is now one of the most popular cheap Android tablets with All winner A13 processor.
This 7-inch version of the Nurvo Horizon has pretty basic specs and will not impress with performance but it is budget-friendly device so we can't expect any cutting edge technology.
Probably the biggest drawback of most cheap Android tablets is the volume of their RAM memory. The Nurvo Horizon has the same problem with its 512MB of RAM. And though the single-core 1.2 GHz All winner A13 processor performs pretty well it can't make up for the lack of physical memory.
Here are the basic specs of the 7-inch Nurvo Horizon tablet:
- 1.2 GHz All winner A13 processor
- 7-inch TFT LCD capacitive touch screen with 800x480 pixels display resolution
- 512MB RAM
- 54Mbps 802.11B/G WiFi
- Android 4.0 OS
- Built-in Micro-SD card slot up to 32GB
- Built-in G-Sensor
- Supports external 3G devices
- Built-in digital camera
- Built-in 4GB memory
- Plays AVI,RM/ RMVB,FLV,MPG4 - 1,MPEG – 2 video format files
- Plays MP3,WMA,AAC,AC3,WAV audio format files
- Picture browsing of JPEG,BMP,GIF,PNG,TIFF format files
As you can see it is all pretty basic but that is what you get for the price of £50 (it is cheap, isn't it).
I myself wouldn't invest in such outdated device no matter how cheap it is and if you feel the same way you can take a look at some of the more capable Nurvo tablets - and Nurvo Horizon II.