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Coby Kyros M7015 vs AOC 8" Breeze comparison

Coby Kyros MID7015 7-Inch Android Internet Touchscreen Tablet - Black
Coby Kyros MID 7015

The Kyros™ Tablet is a powerful and flexible Internet and Entertainment solution that features a generous 7" screen with intuitive touchscreen controls powered by the Android™ 2.1 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.

The Kyros™ has 4GB of built-in internal memory and features a microSD card slot for upgrading the capacity to up to 16GB. It also allows you to wirelessly access the Internet through a hi-speed networking support and includes more than a dozen built-in applications, each one identified by an icon. Among the included apps are an alarm clock, browser for surfing the web, calculator, email, gallery for viewing and playing videos, music and video player for launching the mobile YouTube™ browser page to watch Internet videos and more! In addition, the Kyros™ offers two unique apps, the Aldiko E-Book, for downloading and reading thousands of e-books (which supports the ePub standard) and AppsLib, to browse, download and install apps from the AppsLib marketplace for a complete mobile Internet solution.



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AOC MW0811 Breeze 8-Inch Tablet PC - Black

AOC MW0811 Breeze 8-Inch Tablet PC



AOC 8" Breeze tablet weighs just over one pound. It features, an 800x600-pixel touch screen and runs on the Google Android 2.1 operating system. Ideal for work and play, this easy-to-use Breeze Tablet PC lets you surf the Internet over WiFi, and access e-mail, social networking sites and much more. Stream your favorite music, movies and TV shows from the Web or from attached USB devices; listen via the built-in speaker or headphone jack. It comes with 4GB internal memory and a micro SD card for additional memory.


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