During the past couple of weeks, I was able to test NEOs Omnipad M71-3G to its full potential. And, here’s my review on their newest product.
NEO Omnipad M71 Specifications
|Operating System||Android 4.1.1 (Jelly Bean)|
|Storage||Internal 8Gb Flash|
|Screen||7″ IPS Touch Screen 1024×600|
|I/O Ports/Slots||External Micro SD Slot
Micro USB Port
2x Sim Card Slot
3.5mm Headphone Jack
What’s In The Box
- NEO OmniPad M71 Tablet
- AC Adapter
- USB Cable
- User Manual
- Car Charger
- Car Holder
- Tablet Stand
- NEO Warranty Registration Card
NEO Omnipad M71 is easy to carry and handle. It easily fits in your mini-bag or if you have large pockets, it will also fit. Though, upon using the phone feature, it’s a little awkward putting a 7 inch tablet in your ear without a bluetooth device. At first feel, you will think that it is a little fragile to the touch and easy to break, but once you have started to use it, it is tougher than it looks.
For the Whole Family
This gadget is for the whole family. My daughter uses it to load educational games and watch high resolution animated movies. My wife, loads her favorite Korean-novelas on youtube and connects via WIFI. And, I have used it as a cellphone at my work while jotting down information on a notepad app.
For a Dual-Core, Neo Omnipad is no push over. I have played games like Little Empire, Candy Crush and Despicable Me: Minion Rush with ease. With games like Demon Hunter 4, Asphalt Moto & Asphalt 7 you’ll wait a bit to load, but you’ll be surprised that it doesn’t lag on gameplay.
NEO Omnipad M71 camera is a 2.0MP rear camera and a 0.3MP front camera. Shooting a photo in a good lighting environment is ok. Under dim light or in the dark, you will not get good results because the camera lights are not too bright.
NEO Omnipad M71 can last up to 2 days under normal usage (facebook, twitter and web browsing). For game junkies, 5-7 hours depending on the game you’re playing.