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Audiovox 8" Google Certified Android™ 4.1 8GB Bluetooth® Tablet w/ Keyboard Case

Experience the fun and convenience of making your email, internet and favorite apps portable with this Audiovox tablet and wireless Bluetooth® keyboard case. Featuring Google Certification and access to the Google Play Store, this tablet offers a great first step into the exciting world of mobile computing with practical applications and a user friendly interface for easy navigation.

Please be aware that when the tablet is in the keyboard case, the rear-facing camera will be slightly obstructed. To make sure you capture all the amazing details of your modern life on the go, take the tablet out of the keyboard case before snapping your pics or shooting your video.

Choices: Black, Red, or Blue Keyboard Case

The Essentials
  • 8" IPS G+G Capacitive Five-Point Touch Screen Display (Resolution: 1024 x 768)
  • 1.5GHz Dual-Core Processor
  • 1GB DDR3 RAM
  • 8GB Storage
  • Android™ 4.1 Operating System
  • Wi-Fi Networking (802.11b/g/n)
  • Bluetooth® Enabled
  • MicroSD Card Slot (Supports up to 32GB MicroSD card - MicroSD card not included)
  • Front-Facing 0.3MP Camera & Rear-Facing 2.0MP Camera
  • Mali400 Graphics
  • Dual Integrated Speakers
  • Built-in Microphone
  • Bluetooth Enabled Keyboard Case

Ports: (1) Mini HDMI, (1) Micro USB, (1) MicroSD, (1) 3.5mm Headphone Jack

Google Certified & Google Play Access
As one of the select Android tablets on the market with Google Mobile Service (GMS) certification, this tablet has gone through hardware and software testing by Google to ensure the compatibility of the product. With a GMS certified tablet, users get access to the Google Play Store, which puts access to all the entertainment you love right in your hand with a massive collection of available apps, games, eBooks, songs, movies, TV shows, and magazines.

What If You're Not Sure What Bluetooth Is?
So you've heard of Bluetooth and that things are better with Bluetooth, but what exactly is Bluetooth? Basically, Bluetooth Technology allows for short distance wireless connections between enabled smart devices, tablets or computers and compatible peripherals like keyboards, headphones and speakers. It's cool. The Audiovox tablet and the included keyboard case are Bluetooth enabled, which means you'll be able to connect and type without wires. And if you decide to add other Bluetooth peripherals in the future, you'll be ready.

Bluetooth Keyboard Case
Make interacting with your Audiovox tablet a little more conventional with the included keyboard case. Using Bluetooth technology, simply pair the keyboard to the tablet and start typing without touching the screen. The case also helps defend your tablet from the dangers of life on the go and functions as stand so you can get a better view of the screen while typing or watching videos. The keyboard recharges through a standard powered USB port, like one on a desktop or notebook computer. The tablet will not charge the keyboard.

What's Included
  • Audiovox 8" Google Certified Android™ 4.1 8GB Bluetooth® Tablet (T852)
  • AC Adapter
  • USB Cable
  • Earbuds
  • Warranty Card
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Registration Card
  • Bluetooth Keyboard Case

Measurements
  • Tablet Dimensions: 0.375"H x 6.125"W x 8.25"D
  • Tablet Weight: 0.96 lbs
  • Keyboard Case Dimensions: 9.2"H x 7"W x 1.2"D
  • Keyboard Case Weight: 0.84 lbs

Made in China

Tablet Warranty: Twelve (12) month limited warranty provided by Voxx Electronics. For warranty and product support, please call: 1-800-645-4994.
Keyboard Case Technical Support: 1-800-788-7618, ext. 1240

Please Note: After OS, and updated, preloaded apps, total available system storage is approximately 419 MB. Total available media storage is approximately 4.7 GB. Access to an existing Wi-Fi network with an active internet connection is required to utilize online features and applications. When the tablet is in the keyboard case, the rear-facing camera will be slightly obstructed. HDMI cable is not included.

Click here for detailed instructions about how to pair your Bluetooth keyboard case with your Audiovox tablet.

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Bus: Refers to the path data travels on through a computer. Different computer models can have different bus speeds.

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Memory: Also referred to as RAM, or Random Access Memory. This is where the computer temporarily holds the data it needs to perform various functions. The more RAM a computer has, the less often it has to read information off of a disk.

Modem (MOdulator/DEModulator): This is a device that allows a computer to connect to the Internet.

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