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Kurio 7" CL1100 4GB Tablet - Blue (Main View)

Kurio CL1100 7" Android 4.0 Tablet 4GB - Blue (Refurbished)

by  Kurio

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Regular Price: $200.00

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Key Features:

  • Widescreen Display - 7" capacitive 5-point multi-touch TFT screen displays stunning images in color. Browse the internet, play some popular games, or log onto your favorite social media sites. There's never a dull moment with the Kurio tablet.
  • Android Operating System - Runs 4.0.3 OS (Ice Cream Sandwich), giving the user access to tons of Android apps, games, video / audio files and much much more!
  • Built-in Storage Space - Built-in 4GB hard drive capacity for storing photos, music, and other files, plus 1GB internal memory. Supports external microSD memory cards for expandable removable storage (up to 36GB).
  • Micro USB Jack - It's fast and easy to transfer data to your home PC or laptop while simultaneously charging your device.
  • Preloaded Games & Apps - Access to many popular children's games like Angry Birds, Cut the Rope, Doodle Jump, etc. as well as apps like File Manager and Aldiko e-book Reader. The Kurio CL1100 is an ideal tablet for the entire family!
  • Connect to HDTV - Built-in HDMI port for HD 1080p playback on your TV (HDMI cable not included). Share all your photos and video with friends and family on a big screen.
  • Parental Control - Allows you to manage what your child does and does not have access to. It's easy to navigate and edit so you'll never have to worry about your child stumbling across inappropriate websites, video, or games.
  • Stereo Speaker - Crisp, clear sound while watching videos on YouTube or streaming live radio from sites like iHeartRadio and Pandora. Want a little privacy? Simply connect your 3.5mm headphones to the audio jack. A built-in microphone is also included.
  • Dual Camera  - Front-facing 0.3 megapixel camera (great for Skype, web chats and video conferencing) and a 2.1 megapixel back camera for snapping pictures at any given moment.
  • Dimensions -  4.84" x 7.67" x 0.5" (L x W x D)

The Kurio CL1100 7" Android 4.0 Tablet with 4GB of memory is a breakthrough multimedia entertainment device designed for both children and parents. This tablet comes packed with preloaded kids’ content, including popular apps, e-books, educational material and interactive activities. Featuring all the glorious capabilities of Android version 4.1, including web browsing, video viewing, music playing, and whatever else you can possibly pray for, this amazing tablet ensures that staying connected to your favorite activities is just a touch away.

Manufacturer Kurio
Part Number Kurio : CL11000
Connector type Micro-USB
Color Blue
Operating System Android
Processor 1.2GHz Cortex A8
Hard Drive Capacity 4 GB
RAM 1 GB
Touchscreen Type Capacitive
Display Size (Diagonal) 7 inches
Screen Resolution 800 x 480 pixels
Camera Resolution 0.3MP Front-facing / 2-MP Rear-facing
Speaker Stereo
WiFi Yes
Memory Card MicroSD
Headphone Jack 3.5mm
Product Condition Refurbished
Package is Complete With: 7" Android Tablet, Protective Bumper, Wall Charger, USB Cable
Quality
5 star :
43%
( 3 )
4 star :
57%
( 4 )
Value
5 star :
71%
( 5 )
4 star :
29%
( 2 )
Price
5 star :
86%
( 6 )
4 star :
14%
( 1 )
Total : 7 Reviews
Average Rating:
4.65 (Base on 7 reviews)


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By Oreo
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Value
Price
Liked it. Bought for birthday
Looks appropriate for a 3 year old
Pros: Price
Would you recommend this product to a friend?- Definitely yes
7/19/14
By isaac All my reviews  (2) Verified buyer
Quality
Value
Price
Not for the too young, but great for most others!
I bought this tablet when it cycled as a Daily Deal through A4C. I didn't expect anything great for $35 bucks but I figured it might be good enough for one of my kids.

Here's my encounters with it:


The good:

Its cheap and runs a decent version of android. I mean its reeeeally cheap!

With the included bumper, it's chunky around the edges and that gives it a very good increase in resisting breakage from drops.

Without the bumper, it looks pretty nice! It's got a big Kurio graphic across the back, but as a grown man, I wouldn't have a problem using it in public.

The Kurio has an Android engine, but with a kids body. The neat thing is that through the parental settings, you can exit "Kurio" and see the regular Droid user interface. If you need a cheap tablet for an adult to use, this *could* fit the bill.

It has access to Google Play and Amazon and Mobile1. I'm not sure what the last one is, but I like having choices!

It comes with a lot of children's apps preloaded. Book readers, learning apps, and then stuff like Angry Birds, Cut the Rope, Where's My Water, Etc.

It has a microSD expansion slot, which can be great if you need it, but with a low end tablet, unless you've farmed a lot of digital video it wouldn't be used too much, I don't think.


The Bad:

The Kurio GUI skin is a little slow. It doesn't have the fluidity that you would expect with a higher end Droid or iOS device.

The construction IS on the cheap side. If you grip the tablet too firmly it'll show through on the screen...which isn't healthy. I do recognize that for younger kids this may not be a problem...but if they are going to get rough with it, it seems easier to break the display from the back than from the front.

Battery life is not terrible, but isn't not great either. As with many devices, graphic intensive games or streaming movies will suck the battery life pretty quickly.

With the silicone cover on, it can be hard to access the ports.


Conclusion:

Its a steal for $35 and I'd be sad if I paid full price ($200-250) for it. The best age ranges would probably be from around 6-13 but it will definitely start to feel a bit juvenile for anyone older than that.

Also, I've used a4c.com for a number of years. I've never once had any problem with any bulk, open box, or refurb products I've bought from them. They've been a really good online company to deal with for the past five or so years that I've used them.
Pros: Value, Price
Cons: Quality
Would you recommend this product to a friend?- Definitely yes
7/14/14
By isaac All my reviews  (2) Verified buyer
Quality
Value
Price
Not for the too young, but great for most others!
I bought this tablet when it cycled as a Daily Deal through A4C. I didn't expect anything great for $35 bucks but I figured it might be good enough for one of my kids.

Here's my encounters with it:


The good:

Its cheap and runs a decent version of android. I mean its reeeeally cheap!

With the included bumper, it's chunky around the edges and that gives it a very good increase in resisting breakage from drops.

Without the bumper, it looks pretty nice! It's got a big Kurio graphic across the back, but as a grown man, I wouldn't have a problem using it in public.

The Kurio has an Android engine, but with a kids body. The neat thing is that through the parental settings, you can exit "Kurio" and see the regular Droid user interface. If you need a cheap tablet for an adult to use, this *could* fit the bill.

It has access to Google Play and Amazon and Mobile1. I'm not sure what the last one is, but I like having choices!

It comes with a lot of children's apps preloaded. Book readers, learning apps, and then stuff like Angry Birds, Cut the Rope, Where's My Water, Etc.

It has a microSD expansion slot, which can be great if you need it, but with a low end tablet, unless you've farmed a lot of digital video it wouldn't be used too much, I don't think.


The Bad:

The Kurio GUI skin is a little slow. It doesn't have the fluidity that you would expect with a higher end Droid or iOS device.

The construction IS on the cheap side. If you grip the tablet too firmly it'll show through on the screen...which isn't healthy. I do recognize that for younger kids this may not be a problem...but if they are going to get rough with it, it seems easier to break the display from the back than from the front.

Battery life is not terrible, but isn't not great either. As with many devices, graphic intensive games or streaming movies will suck the battery life pretty quickly.

With the silicone cover on, it can be hard to access the ports.


Conclusion:

Its a steal for $35 and I'd be sad if I paid full price ($200-250) for it. The best age ranges would probably be from around 6-13 but it will definitely start to feel a bit juvenile for anyone older than that.

Also, I've used a4c.com for a number of years. I've never once had any problem with any bulk, open box, or refurb products I've bought from them. They've been a really good online company to deal with for the past five or so years that I've used them.
Pros: Value, Price
Cons: Quality
Would you recommend this product to a friend?- Definitely yes
7/13/14
By Stayers
Quality
Value
Price
Worth the purchase
Worth the purchase
Pros: Quality, Value, Price
Would you recommend this product to a friend?- Definitely yes
6/22/14
By lavinia All my reviews  (1) Verified buyer
Quality
Value
Price
brilliant
this is a fantastic tablet.
Pros: Quality, Value, Price
Would you recommend this product to a friend?- Definitely yes
2/19/14
By KRISTINE All my reviews  (1) Verified buyer
Quality
Value
Price
Great Product
This is the greatest little tablet...my daughter is going to love it!!!
Pros: Quality, Value, Price
Would you recommend this product to a friend?- Definitely yes
10/12/13
By dee
Quality
Value
Price
good
this table is good for your child
Pros: Quality, Value, Price
Cons: Value
Would you recommend this product to a friend?- Definitely yes
10/6/13

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    1. Liked it. Bought for birthday Review by Oreo
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      Value
      Price

      Looks appropriate for a 3 year old (Posted on 7/19/14)

    2. Not for the too young, but great for most others! Review by isaac
      Quality
      Value
      Price

      I bought this tablet when it cycled as a Daily Deal through A4C. I didn't expect anything great for $35 bucks but I figured it might be good enough for one of my kids.

      Here's my encounters with it:


      The good:

      Its cheap and runs a decent version of android. I mean its reeeeally cheap!

      With the included bumper, it's chunky around the edges and that gives it a very good increase in resisting breakage from drops.

      Without the bumper, it looks pretty nice! It's got a big Kurio graphic across the back, but as a grown man, I wouldn't have a problem using it in public.

      The Kurio has an Android engine, but with a kids body. The neat thing is that through the parental settings, you can exit "Kurio" and see the regular Droid user interface. If you need a cheap tablet for an adult to use, this *could* fit the bill.

      It has access to Google Play and Amazon and Mobile1. I'm not sure what the last one is, but I like having choices!

      It comes with a lot of children's apps preloaded. Book readers, learning apps, and then stuff like Angry Birds, Cut the Rope, Where's My Water, Etc.

      It has a microSD expansion slot, which can be great if you need it, but with a low end tablet, unless you've farmed a lot of digital video it wouldn't be used too much, I don't think.


      The Bad:

      The Kurio GUI skin is a little slow. It doesn't have the fluidity that you would expect with a higher end Droid or iOS device.

      The construction IS on the cheap side. If you grip the tablet too firmly it'll show through on the screen...which isn't healthy. I do recognize that for younger kids this may not be a problem...but if they are going to get rough with it, it seems easier to break the display from the back than from the front.

      Battery life is not terrible, but isn't not great either. As with many devices, graphic intensive games or streaming movies will suck the battery life pretty quickly.

      With the silicone cover on, it can be hard to access the ports.


      Conclusion:

      Its a steal for $35 and I'd be sad if I paid full price ($200-250) for it. The best age ranges would probably be from around 6-13 but it will definitely start to feel a bit juvenile for anyone older than that.

      Also, I've used a4c.com for a number of years. I've never once had any problem with any bulk, open box, or refurb products I've bought from them. They've been a really good online company to deal with for the past five or so years that I've used them. (Posted on 7/14/14)

    3. Not for the too young, but great for most others! Review by isaac
      Quality
      Value
      Price

      I bought this tablet when it cycled as a Daily Deal through A4C. I didn't expect anything great for $35 bucks but I figured it might be good enough for one of my kids.

      Here's my encounters with it:


      The good:

      Its cheap and runs a decent version of android. I mean its reeeeally cheap!

      With the included bumper, it's chunky around the edges and that gives it a very good increase in resisting breakage from drops.

      Without the bumper, it looks pretty nice! It's got a big Kurio graphic across the back, but as a grown man, I wouldn't have a problem using it in public.

      The Kurio has an Android engine, but with a kids body. The neat thing is that through the parental settings, you can exit "Kurio" and see the regular Droid user interface. If you need a cheap tablet for an adult to use, this *could* fit the bill.

      It has access to Google Play and Amazon and Mobile1. I'm not sure what the last one is, but I like having choices!

      It comes with a lot of children's apps preloaded. Book readers, learning apps, and then stuff like Angry Birds, Cut the Rope, Where's My Water, Etc.

      It has a microSD expansion slot, which can be great if you need it, but with a low end tablet, unless you've farmed a lot of digital video it wouldn't be used too much, I don't think.


      The Bad:

      The Kurio GUI skin is a little slow. It doesn't have the fluidity that you would expect with a higher end Droid or iOS device.

      The construction IS on the cheap side. If you grip the tablet too firmly it'll show through on the screen...which isn't healthy. I do recognize that for younger kids this may not be a problem...but if they are going to get rough with it, it seems easier to break the display from the back than from the front.

      Battery life is not terrible, but isn't not great either. As with many devices, graphic intensive games or streaming movies will suck the battery life pretty quickly.

      With the silicone cover on, it can be hard to access the ports.


      Conclusion:

      Its a steal for $35 and I'd be sad if I paid full price ($200-250) for it. The best age ranges would probably be from around 6-13 but it will definitely start to feel a bit juvenile for anyone older than that.

      Also, I've used a4c.com for a number of years. I've never once had any problem with any bulk, open box, or refurb products I've bought from them. They've been a really good online company to deal with for the past five or so years that I've used them. (Posted on 7/13/14)

    4. Worth the purchase Review by Stayers
      Quality
      Value
      Price

      Worth the purchase (Posted on 6/22/14)

    5. brilliant Review by lavinia
      Quality
      Value
      Price

      this is a fantastic tablet. (Posted on 2/19/14)

    6. Great Product Review by KRISTINE
      Quality
      Value
      Price

      This is the greatest little tablet...my daughter is going to love it!!! (Posted on 10/12/13)

    7. good Review by dee
      Quality
      Value
      Price

      this table is good for your child (Posted on 10/6/13)


    Warranty: All Refurbished items sold by A4C have our very own, 90-day replacement warranty. Should there be an issue due to a product defect within 90 days of purchase, simply contact our customer service and they will arrange an RMA for you for a replacement. Buy with confidence!


    NOTE: Item may contain minor scratches and/or slight cosmetic defects due to prior usage. However, the display is in perfect condition and, this item has been tested thoroughly and is in perfect working condition. For more info click here


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