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RCA 10.1" IPS 32GB Quad-Core Android 5.0 Blue Tablet w/ Keyboard Case - Refurbished
Introducing the RCA 10 Viking Pro 2-in-1 blue tablet with detachable keyboard and trackpad mouse! Enjoy high-definition clarity with the 10.1" IPS screen. Preloaded with Android's sweetest operating system yet, Lollipop provides an updated material design and multi-user support. The impressive 32GB of on-board storage is plenty of room for all of your apps and media. Stay connected while on the go without breaking the bank!

This product has been refurbished. Please see the “Refurbished” tab to learn more.

The Essentials
  • 10.1" IPS Touchscreen Display (Resolution: 1280 x 800)
  • 1.3GHz Quad-Core Processor
  • 1GB DDR SDRAM
  • 32GB Internal Storage
  • Android 5.0 Lollipop Operating System
  • Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth
  • 2MP Rear and 1MP Front Facing Cameras
  • Approximately Six-Hour Battery Life (depends on type of use and user settings)
  • Cool Blue Keyboard Case with Built-in Trackpad Mouse

What's Included
  • RCA 10.1" IPS 32GB Quad-Core Android 5.0 Tablet (RCT6303W87DKF-BLU)
  • Keyboard Case

Measurements
  • Dimensions: 10"L x 7"W x 2"H
  • Weight: 1 lbs

Made in USA

Please Note: Access to an existing Wi-Fi network with an active internet connection required to utilize wireless features or go online.


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Model Number
Model Number RCT6303W87DKF-BLU

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What are refurbished items?
Refurbished products are items that have been returned by customers and then sent back to the manufacturer. Some refurbished products may have been returned because they were not working properly, while others were simply opened but the customer decided not to keep their purchase.

Do they work like new?
These items have been restored to "like-new" condition and tested by factory technicians to ensure that your product works to its capabilities. All items include the necessary accessories.

Why buy refurbished?
Buying refurbished is a fantastic way to save money, as the items are sold at a much lower cost than that of the same product, brand new. Buying refurbished also helps the environment, since you've prevented the disposal of these fully capable products.

Can I return refurbished items?
Yes! Standard EVINE Live return policy still applies.

What about the warranty?
A manufacturer's warranty may be included, so please reference our product description to find any warranty information.

What are refurbished items?
Refurbished products are items that have been returned by customers and then sent back to the manufacturer. Some refurbished products may have been returned because they were not working properly, while others were simply opened but the customer decided not to keep their purchase.

Do they work like new?
These items have been restored to "like-new" condition and tested by factory technicians to ensure that your product works to its capabilities. All items include the necessary accessories.

Why buy refurbished?
Buying refurbished is a fantastic way to save money, as the items are sold at a much lower cost than that of the same product, brand new. Buying refurbished also helps the environment, since you've prevented the disposal of these fully capable products.

Can I return refurbished items?
Yes! Standard Evine return policy still applies.

What about the warranty?
A manufacturer's warranty may be included, so please reference our product description to find any warranty information.