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Coby Kyros 7-Inch Android 2.3 4 GB Internet Touchscreen Tablet with Capacitive Touchscreen – MID7022-4G (Black)


  • Browse the web, watch Youtube videos, checking e-mail, and much more with Android 2.3
  • 7 inch LCD capacitive multi-touch screen with built-in front-facing camera and microphone
  • High-speed 1 GHz processor, connect to the Internet wirelessly with high-speed networking support (Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g)
  • AppsLib marketplace – download and enjoy popular applications and games
  • Plays popular video, music, and photo formats

List price:$199.99
Average Rate:3.5 out of 5 (261 total Customer Reviews)

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Connect to the world through the touch of a fingertip. The Kyros MID7022 Tablet is a powerful and flexible Internet and Entertainment solution that features a generous 7 inch capacitive multi-touch screen with intuitive controls powered by the Android 2.3 operating system. Browse the web wirelessly or enjoy media on a sleek and stylish media device. Enjoy 1080P HD videos, photos, music, and more in the comfort of your living room when connected to your TV via HDMI.

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2 Responses to “Coby Kyros 7-Inch Android 2.3 4 GB Internet Touchscreen Tablet with Capacitive Touchscreen – MID7022-4G (Black)”

  1. Peter C

    Rate:4.0 out of 5 stars
    For about $150 you really can’t say anything negative about it. Of course I would expect more for $500 but it’s just a great product for the price. It is certainly not an iPad but I bought this one for a child for this birthday and he loves it. I would use it myself but it’s so close to the functionality of my HTC EVO that has almost as big a screen so it doesn’t make a lot of sense for me. The touch screen is not that responsive but works better when you use the included touch pen (a capacative touch screen would have been better).

  2. U. Gupta

    Rate:4.0 out of 5 stars
    I spent a lot of time deciding whether I go with an iPAD or an ASUS transformer. The Samsung Tab seems like a good unit, but for the same price, I would prefer to buy the iPAD. However since the iPAD does not have some of the features that I wanted (SD card, USB, HDMI out, FLASH support), I was thinking of going with an Android tablet. I was really leaning towards the ASUS transformer, but $400 seemed expensive for a unit that had reviews of “bugginess” and “light bleeds”. After much deliberation, I finally decided to go with the Coby Kyros 8024, basically because I know if Apple improves the design of the iPAD 3, I will buy that, so did not want to spend too much money.

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