My son loves to play on the Ipad and there are times when we want to use it, and he wont give it up. Recently I was looking for something that he could use and play with. When I saw the KOCASO Tablet i knew that would be good enough. He watches Sea World Videos and Disney sing along songs.
When the tablet finally came I knew we had to wait for him, so that he would be able to open it hisself. ]Was he ever so happy he opened it right away and I put his U tube on and he smiled. Included are a stylus, screen protector film, ear buds and a velveteen fabric carrying pouch which means no additional shopping for accessories is necessary – the tablet is fully outfitted. Also included is a User Manual, Frequently Asked Questions brochure, a USB 2.0 A male to micro cable for use with the included AC adapter or to plug into any other USB port like on a by Start Savin” href=”#”>PC or a charging station. There is also a USB 2.0 A female to micro for use in plugging other USB devices into the tablet like jump drives.
;It comes with the usual capabilities including a camera, Wi-Fi capability, touch screen, etc. The memory is what you would expect from an entry-level tablet with 512 KB of RAM and 8 GB of ROM (expandable up to 32 GB via micro SD card). The screen has a 3D look – the icons appear to be floating which enhanced game playing. The tablet is easy to hold in one hand.
The WiFi connection was simple – just go into settings and change WiFi from no to yes then available connections will be displayed. Pick the one to connect to, it will ask for password or paraphrase, and in my case it connected immediately. And, although there is just one small speaker on the back of the tablet, sound is sufficient for casual use but if a higher-quality audio experience is desired, use the included 3.5 mm plug-in ear buds or your own headphones. Devon took it and the headphones and left us all in the living room, while he went and watched his videos.