Allview Alldro tablet with A8 Cortex processor running at 1.0 GHz

8-inch screen proportioned 4/3 provides an enhanced multimedia experience. Viewing photos or watching movies is now optimized with AllDro2. You always with you memories stored in internal memory or microSD card of the tablet, you can update the profile of social networks or you can upload a funny movie with you and your friends on Youtube.

A wide range of multimedia experiences including animation, interactive games and Internet applications are available on the new tablet PC Allview. No need to open a new application for viewing content that requires Flash Player, you can view it directly inside the web page.

In Store Allview find hundreds of games and applications, not only Romanian, free from all areas that interest you. The store’s menu bar direct access to “Best Application” at the “Categories” to your account and internal search engine. After you find the application you are interested you can download directly on the tablet and you can use. The application allows editing of office work and creating pages, Word documents, PowerPoint presentations and PDF files in their original formats. The application also allows viewing of email attachments and edit them very fast.

Reading enthusiasts have at their disposal a whole library full of books, courses, newspapers and magazines wherever they go. The options available can make pages, highlight passages and store the selected text. Also application settings will help you choose font and color that you want to display text, background color and many other options that will improve opportunities for viewing the content. Through HDMI, FullHD resolution AllDro2 will play in a compatible TV all multimedia files recorded in the 4 GB internal memory can be expanded to 32 GB. Music, photos, videos and movies with subtitles in Romanian, all can be viewed on the TV to a high quality with AllDro2.

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