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DOPO 7-Inch Internet Tablet with Multi-Touch Screen and Android 4.2

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 1.3 x 11.9 cm ; 322 g
  • Shipping Weight: 363 g
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: D7020
  • ASIN: B00FXPL5KQ
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Oct. 30 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 1.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #18,563 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Intuitive and easy to use, the Double Power D7020 tablet does so much more than just access the web. The D7020 is great for watching videos, movies and TV shows, listening to music, and taking care of everyday task. Video conference with friends and family, read books or magazines, and access your email.

The 7” screen size makes it easy to hold yet is still large enough for every-day use. The screen is easy to see, even for visually challenged users. The vibrant 7” widescreen is great for reading, browsing, working, playing games, and watching movies.

The multi-touch capacitive touch screen makes it easy to use, allowing you to easily swipe and apply finger gestures to control the device. No mouse required. Use your fingers to select, tap, zoom in or out to expand text and images, swipe from screen to screen and more. It is very intuitive to use, and great for children and adults.

Packed with features, easy to use and priced so that everyone in the family can enjoy having the power of the internet, their own personal entertainment device to watch movies, TV shows and play games, and thousands of apps at their fingertips, the Double Power D7020 is an excellent tablet and addition to enhance your lifestyle.

Apps, Movies, Music, Games, and More

The Double Power 7” D7020 tablet come pre-installed with several useful applications and widgets, including Kingsoft Office (WPS). WPS stands for Writer, Presentation and Spreadsheets. This app, when combined with the portability of the DoPo D7020, ensures you don’t miss a beat when it comes to getting your work or assignments done.

In addition to pre-loaded applications, DoPo tablets come preloaded with the Amazon Appstore for Android, where you can instantly download games and mobile apps for your DoPo tablet. Amazon Appstore works in over 200 countries and gives you access to thousands of apps, movies, books, magazines, and music.

Comfort

The Double Power 7” D7020 tablet fits comfortably in one hand (when held vertically) and is light and easy to hold with one or two hands in landscape mode. The tablet automatically adjusts when rotated to portrait or landscape mode.

Design

The Double Power 7” D7020 tablet is designed for everyday use. The D7020 is thin, sleek, and well made. The D7020-BLK comes with a black rear cover, providing a look of professionalism and confidence.

Usability

The Double Power D7020 7” widescreen tablet will likely become your favorite electronic device in no time. With average use, get up to five hours or more out of the Lithium-Polymer 3.7V 2800mAH battery. In standby mode, the battery will last several days. Charge more often for heavy use, such as gaming and watching movies.

Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system

Intuitive and simple to use, Android 4.2 is optimized for performance, includes new features and has a refreshed user interface for ease of use. Android 4.2 Jelly Bean makes scrolling and swiping smoother and faster, and improves performance for graphics and image processing. Web pages load quickly and scroll smoothly.

The upgraded graphic user interface features a status bar on top with pull-down access to notifications. Android 4.2 adds a new Quick Settings menu, and the system bar is on the bottom with buttons which are easily accessible from either side. Up to five widgets can be placed directly on the lock screen, giving the user quick access to the widget without having to unlock the tablet.

Double Power D7020 7in Android Tablet

Double Power D7020

Key Features
  • 7” widescreen tablet, pre-loaded with apps
  • Easy to use, simple and intuitive design, Auto-rotate function
  • Internet browser
  • Listen to music, play games, videos and movies, TV shows
  • Take pictures, video conference with friends and family
  • Includes an alarm clock, contact manager, calendar, eBook reader, calculator and more
  • Amazon Appstore pre-installed
Specifications
  • Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS
  • 7", 800 X 480 Capacitive multi-touch panel
  • 1.2 GHz processor, 512 MB DDR3, 4 GB Storage (upgradeable)
  • Wi-Fi (b/g/n), Mini-USB, 3.5 mm headphone jack, front-facing camera, G-sensor
  • Micro TF (SD) Card slot
  • Built-in speaker and microphone
  • DC power-in port
  • Power and lock button
  • Volume rocker
Power
  • 100-240V Input, DC 5V/2A Output
  • Rechargeable Lithium-Polymer 3.7V 2800mAH battery
Weight & Dimensions
  • 0.7 lbs
  • 7.7" x 4.7" x 0.5"
What’s in the Box
  • 7” D7020-BLK Tablet (Black rear cover)
  • AC Adapter
  • USB Cable
  • User Manual

What You Can Do with a DoPo Tablet

Work
Read and edit documents, spreadsheets, and presentations; respond to emails; do research; and utilize productivity apps.

Play
Games – everything from Solitaire to Candy Crush, Angry Birds, and much more.

Watch
Watch movies in bed, and stream your favorite TV shows right to your DoPo.

Read
Read e-books, magazines, newspapers, blogs, and websites.

Listen
Play music, or listen to audio books and lectures.

Shop
Shop for gifts and virtually anything you could possibly ever want or need.

Connect
Check your email, connect with friends and family, and capture your smile and video conference with the front-facing camera.

Roam
Roam around the house, and anywhere with Wi-Fi.

Files
Store your files in internal memory or on a micro SD card (up to 32GB supported), and connect to the cloud.

Travel
Take it with you. Comfortably fits in your hand, pocket, purse, backpack...very portable!

Explore
Browse the Web, maps, and items of interest. Let your imagination guide you.

Share
Multiple users can share one Double Power D7020 tablet. Each user can have a unique home screen, widgets, accounts, settings, files, and apps.

Improve
Improve your health, lifestyle, education, and so much more by utilizing the D7020 and related apps to support your goals.


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Customer Reviews

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Colin Dunn on Jan. 3 2014
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While this is a nice tablet, light, small and relatively tough, it has one glaring problem. One so huge that it overshadows everything positive about it. Not only does it not come with the Google Play Store, it cannot even be installed. The device is not certified by Google, and not being able to get to that store sharply limits its usefulness. While it can access the Amazon store, not everything is available there (like the Kobo e-reader software), and if had previously purchased something on the Play store, then you would be out of luck on this device.
Some research before buying this device might have turned this up, admittedly, but why would a company make an Android device, and why would Amazon sell such a device, if the most popular app store for it is unavailable?

I will say this, though, for Amazon. I returned the device, after it stopped working. It was past the normal 60-day return period, and they just accpeted it. I received a refund within one hour of having it scanned at the post office, well before they got. The service was absolutely amazing.
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By char on May 6 2014
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it has never worked, I'm extremely disappointed because I gave it to my granddaughter for her birthday. What a disappointment
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By Kelly on April 21 2014
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it was working great but not durable i got this for my daughter for easter & well it go drop & came apart but the screen stayed intact, so make sure you put a good case on it other than that its great for what she wanted it for
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Ran kinda of slow, but expected it ... you get what you pay for. However, I was not Canadian user friendly, it needs Google Play not Amazon!
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97 of 100 people found the following review helpful
Had low expectations but it still failed to meet them Dec 3 2013
By Avid Techie - Published on Amazon.com
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Jumped on the $40 Black Friday deal thinking I couldn't go wrong - but I did. Here's the rundown:

The physical unit is decent. It doesn't feel cheap and has a respectful "heft" to it. The back seems to be a sturdy plastic with a nice grain to it which makes it easy to hold without slipping. The screen is not as bad as I was expecting. It's bright enough for indoor use. The controls and connectors are all on the same short side. This does make using the controls a bit awkward if you have the device plugged in.

The battery life is not great but within my expectations for the price I paid. From a full charge with moderate use (just browsing, playing with settings, etc - no youtube or auto/video playing) I got about 1.5 hours. It took about 2 hours to charge back to full with the supplied AC adapter and charging cable.

I did experiment with Youtube and it played videos ok. It would hang for a while as it cached enough for smooth playback but I didn't notice any problems once the videos started. Audio is what you would expect on an inexpensive unit - tinny and not very loud. You would definitely need headphones (there is a jack for one) if you wanted to hear audio in any but the quietest of places.

From here it goes downhill. The screen has a noticeable flicker when connected to AC power. The touch portion of the screen is unresponsive and frequently inaccurate. About one in 5 touches registers significantly off from where I actually touched. The machine is crazy slow. For $40 I was expecting slow, but this is nearly unusable in my opinion. You tap something and then have to wait and pray it registers. If you get impatient and tap again it will queue up the taps and you can end up in lots of interesting areas.

The description said Amazon's app store was preinstalled which I took to mean in addition to Google Play - this is not the case. Google's app store is *not* loaded and there is not a straight forward way to get it on there. So much for all of the apps I had planned to use which are not in Amazon's store.

Finally, the description claims this thing has 4G of flash memory but I think that is an error. As near as I can tell there is only 1GB of memory in this thing. I'm not an expert navigating around a vanilla Android 4.2 system so I could be wrong on this.

The bottom line is this device is (in my opinion) not worth it even as a starter, occasional use tablet. I think 90%+ of the people out there will be frustrated with the severe lack of performance. Personally, I'm returning this thing.
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Reasonably Good for the price Dec 28 2013
By maximum verbosity - Published on Amazon.com
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First of all: This is a $60 tablet. It's basically an ereader that has internet, can play YouTube videos, games, email access, etc. It's not Kindle Fire, an iPad, a Nexus 7, etc. If you want one of those, you'll have a lot better luck BUYING one of them. If your expectations are reasonable and you just want a basic tablet for your kid or if you just want to do the basics (listed above), this works fine.

We own a lot of devices in our household - Kindle Fire, Nexus 7 (both generations), etc. So we know what the more expensive tablets do. That means I knew that I shouldn't and couldn't expect this one to perform like that.

The description is very accurate: it DOES connect to your Google account, meaning you can access gmail, etc. It does NOT connect to the PLAY store without being a little more tech-savvy. It DOES connect to the Amazon APP store, just as it says in the description and Amazon has a very good selection of apps to choose from. Google PLAY is nice because it is easy to download on most tablet while the Amazon APP store requires you to download it from their site. Except in this case, where it is pre-loaded for you. Amazon gives you a free app every day, which is nice. It also saves them in the cloud, just like Google, so once you've purchased them, you don't have to worry about getting them back if you have to reset your device. It's really just preference. I prefer Google PLAY because I have a Google tablet. But when I had my Kindle FIre (since passed down to my son), I didn't miss the PLAY store at all.

PROS:

-It DOES connect to Google, but the PLAY store is NOT preloaded.

-The Amazon APP store is preloaded and ready to go. Amazon doesn't have every app that PLAY does, PLAY doesn't have every app that Amazon does. But they both have a very good selection and you'll have no problems finding and playing the most popular games.

-For a $60 tablet, the processor is decent.

-There is an SD slot if you need more space.

-The charger is included and is your basic micro USB so you can easily replace it if lost or broken

-The battery life is about 5 hours if you're surfing the internet, playing games and watching videos.

I know this because the rule in our house is when the battery runs out, you're done for the day and my daughters got them for Christmas so they're home all day and allowed to slack around online with them since it's vacation.

-It takes about 2 hours to charge on the included charger.

-The screen is pretty bright considering the price.

-You have to be precise when clicking on some of the settings or it won't register, but otherwise it's fine when you get the hang of it.

- I had no issues connecting them to our wifi. My older daughter already locked herself out of it by setting up a lock pattern and immediately forgetting it so I've already done a factory reset on it and it went smoothly, took about 20 minutes and the tablet is as good as new (except it's abundantly clear she needs to wash her hands more often, gross)

-It feels good in your hands, not too thin or light.

-It has a built-in camera and takes photos that remind me of cell phone cameras a couple of years ago

-Video chats work fine

-I notice no lag when playing videos. If you do, shut down some of your background processes or check your internet speed.

CONS:

-The screen isn't as sensitive as a Kindle, Asus, iPad, etc. But you're paying less than 1/4 the price. It's not that big of a deal.
-The screen isn't a retina super-duper awesome "My EYES!!", it's a little muddy if you're comparing it to a $250+ tablet. Solution: Don't compare them.
-Processor speed is a lot slower than a $250+ tablet. Solution: Buy at $250+ tablet.

I personally own a Google Nexus 7 2013 tablet so if I compare the Double Power to it, I'm going to be disappointed. But if I look at the Double Power for what it is: a solid, basic tablet that does almost all of the stuff the more expensive tablets do, I'm going to think I got a decent value for my money. I bought two of these for kids aged 12 and 10 and they are beyond thrilled with them and have had zero complaints. Keep your expectations realistic and don't expect a Mercedes for the cost of a Chevy and you'll probably be pleased with your purchase.

*video review coming soon
19 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Horrible! Kids were so upset! Dec 3 2013
By Peter - Published on Amazon.com
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Save your money! This is good as a paper weight but noting more. Battery life is 55 minutes and the resolution needs a flashlight to see well.
16 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Useless!!! Dec 4 2013
By Y. RA - Published on Amazon.com
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Touchscreen unresponsive. Good luck trying to download apps. Really really slow. Overall is very frustrating and not functional. Not worth the money. Completely useless
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
fantastic when considering the price Dec 28 2013
By Charlotte - Published on Amazon.com
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This Android tablet works and is a fine tablet for your forty or sixty bucks. Parts like touchscreens, processors and lithium batteries do cost something and it is extremely difficult to get cost below a certain point without making something that doesn't work at all. Every few months there is an article in the tech press about some new computer built by a charity that will cost under $200 or even under $100 and serve children in a village off somewhere. Below that they tend to be vaporware that never appears.

Here's what I can do with this tablet: Surf the internet, watch movies in any format I throw at it, read pdf files, read html files. Regarding movies, pdf files and html files, I can do that on the net, or I can simply copy files to an sd card, and then insert the sd card and they are instantly available. I also have an iPad, and since iPads don't have sd cards (for business profit reasons related to charging more for flash capacity), I can't do that with my iPad. Have to go through iTunes and USB cable upload which is slow and fails, and sometimes requires video conversion, and which supports far fewer video formats. Wait, did I just say this works better than an iPad? Er, well, for this specific task, yeah it does. And no I am not an Apple hater, sheesh, I am just telling it like it is.

pdf and html files it's very convenient to just copy them over and then be able to read them on the go, without having to deal with going through iTunes - I never did figure out how to do that with iTunes anyway, seems the answer is to upload pdf files to the internet and then view them through the browser on the iPad. That's inconvenient compared to simply copying.

A lot of people seem to have grabbed these, or variations that are the same hardware with different brand names. Went to a friend's house and he had one of these and was running Minecraft on it. Ran slow but it ran.

So what's the downside? A lot! The complaints about clicking are true - it is hard to click accurately on buttons a lot of the time, but my skill improves with practice. It's not a latency issue though, since drag scrolling works fine and is instantaneous. Screen is fairly low resolution which is an issue for reading small text. Only looks OK from narrow viewing angles. Battery life is 1-3 hrs depending on whether watching videos or reading html files. Can I run the Android store on it? Maybe - assuming I trust that .apk file downloading services are safe - something I don't assume at all but perhaps you are the trusting type. It has the amazon android store though.

But hey this thing is sixty bucks. Come on now. It really does work OK.

If you want a tablet for mobile use, the battery life is going to be an issue. If you want something for regular adult use, you are going to want to pay some more for an extra processor and bluetooth and get a Nexus or something like that.

But this actually works, and at the price point that is pretty amazing.

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