This just arrived today for testing and review. The RCA Voyager III is the latest from the company. It’s a 7-inch tablet with Android 6.0 and Play Store access. This particular device is meant to compete with Amazon’s Fire tablet. The price is the same, and in some cases the Voyager is a bit cheaper. There are so many 7-inch tablets in the market its difficult not to compare one against the other. But, with the pricing the same and the specs near similar, personally I’d spend my money on RCA’s Voyager III to get rid of that horrid interface that Amazon’s Fire tablets continue to sport. A 7-inch tablet is a good value if the price is right because you can use it to read books but also do just a bit more (surf the web, email, play games, stream music, etc.). Additionally, the RCA Voyager III allows access to the Google Play Store. Amazon’s Fire tablets direct users to Amazon’s own app store unless you make some changes.
Anyway…I’ll be testing this out to post a formal review soon. In the interim, here’s some quick information to look through .
The RCA Voyager III is around $49 on Amazon: RCA Voyager 7-inch Touchscreen Tablet
But, one thing that RCA is really trying to hammer home about this release is that you can also drop by a Wal-mart or Sam’s Club to pick one up.
Screen Size – 7 inches
Screen Resolution – 1200×600
Processor – 1.2 GHz
RAM – 1 GB
Hard Drive – 16 GB
Wireless Type – 802.11bgn, Bluetooth
Average Battery Life – 6 hours
Operating System – Android 6.0
Weight – 1 pound
Product Dimensions -7.3 x 4.9 x 0.5 inches
Computer Memory Type – DDR3 SDRAM
Hard Drive Interface – Serial ATA
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