NeuTab ups-the-ante on the performance of their N10 Plus Android tablet by incorporating an Octa Core (yes, 8 cores) processor.
- Octa Core Processor: I really like how responsive this tablet is. The Octa (that’s 8!) Core processor that NeuTab uses in the N10 Plus tablet keeps the interface fluid and quick. Web browsing works great on this tablet, and it can even handle some higher end games like CSR racing. The tablet received a very good 1988 multi-core score on Geekbench 3.
- 16GB of storage: This refers to how many apps, photos, videos, and music files you can store directly on the tablet. Since the operating system takes up some of this space, you’re left with about 10GB of usable memory. If that’s not enough space, you can expand the storage with inexpensive Micro SD cards, like the ones you would use in your phone and some digital cameras.
- 1GB of RAM: The amount of RAM means affects the performance of running multiple apps at once. For example, more RAM makes things quicker when you switch between the Gmail app and the Google Chrome web browser app. Or if you’re playing music on Pandora while flipping through an eBook. More RAM means that the tablet can “remember” multiple apps at the same time without needing to close out apps in the background. 1GB is a decent amount for a budget tablet (some only have half this amount).
- Pre-installed applications: Instead of cramming sponsored bloatware on this tablet, NeuTab preinstalls some popular applications that you would probably install anyways, such as Netflix and Advanced Task Killer. There is also a troubleshooting guide installed on the home screen that goes through some common issues with a lot of detail (ironically, a non-working display is one of the issues covered in this onscreen guide).
- Bluetooth: This tablet also has Bluetooth so you can use it with Bluetooth keyboards and Bluetooth speakers. Sometimes Bluetooth is omitted on budget tablets, but that’s not the case for this NeuTab tablet.
- Two cameras: The tablet features two cameras, front and back. It’s nice to have the camera there for a Skype call or to take a quick photo, but the quality is fairly low.
- Build: The NeuTab is thin and portable. The plastic back is somewhat textured which helps make it easier to hold.
- HDMI out: This tablet has a mini HDMI out, so you can connect it to an HD television, allowing you to use supported apps on the big screen.
- Screen: The resolution is relatively low at 1024×600, so you may notice some jagged pixels when reading text or playing games. The viewing angle is also fairly narrow and the screen can looked washed out when viewing it at an angle.
- Special charger: The tablet comes with a special charger with barrel connector for the fastest charge. You can use a Micro USB cable to charge the tablet in a pinch, but it is slower (0.5 amps) than the dedicated charger.
- Pre-applied screen protector: I really like that there is already a screen protector in place on this tablet. This saved me the hassle of needing to install a screen protector myself (which I typically do with any touchscreen device). However, NeuTab also includes an extra screen protector in the box, which is very much appreciated.
Overall, I am impressed with the octa-core processor used in this tablet. It’s great not just for casual gaming, but for more high-end games as well. Web browsing is also very snappy on this unit.
— Sample provided for review