RCA Galileo 11.5" 32 GB Touchscreen Tablet Computer with Keyboard Case Quad-Core 1.3Ghz Processor 1GB Memory 32GB HDD Webcam Wifi Bluetooth Android 8.1 – Purple Key Specs and Product Reviews
VERSATILE: Get the best of both worlds and use as either a tablet/computer or notebook by easily removing the keyboard. SPEED: 1.3GHz 4 Quad-Core Processor. 1024×600 Touchscreen Display (11.5″). Battery life up to 6 hours. BUILT-IN: 32GB Flash Storage Memory (MicroSD-expandable), Dual Front/Rear Camera, Full USB and Micro USB port, Bluetooth, and Rechargeable Battery. FOR WORK OR PLAY: Stay efficient with Android OS 8.1 (Go Edition) and preinstalled apps available at the touch of your fingertips. Compatible with Google Play. INCLUDES: Free travel keyboard and AC adapter. Ports/Jacks: Micro USB, Full USB, MicroSD card slot, 3.5mm Headphone jack, Microphone, DC jack.
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It has a nice size keyboard where you can actually type papers and letters on a web based word processor.Two was to charge, USB or the cord that comes with it.after a few days of using it, i decided i like it.Pros:* cheap – as in mind-blowing price with respect to competition* fully featured Android machine* good hardware spec, translating into snappy user performance* very responsive keyboard with good tactile feedbackCons:* feels a bit plastic-y – but given the price that is not even an issue* there are some design choice quibbles like the "Screen sleep" button on keyboard is very close to Enter, really easy to get wrong, or that the power port is much too high on the tablet’s side panelI bought this with reservations…I don’t like RCA products in general.The performance is good.Works for everything they have needed it for.Context: I bought two of these for our kids to use .the RCA tablet I got is not what is pictured.Comes with a detachable keyboard that is reversable (when detached.It’s the best keyboard so far I have seen in any tablet.The screen is perfect for laying in bed with for some solo Netflix and chilling, and the keyboard is great for school stuff.She can’t use it.I play music as a paying hobby, and found my 400 page binder of music was getting too bulky to handle.Very disappointed in this.It has never worked the way it should, won’t open, freezes all the time, just not connecting the way it should and after it froze or kept shutting off over the last 24 hours I finally broke down and called Amazon.You really need ear buds to video chat or watch videos.
The sound has plenty of volume, The trackpad is convenient, To click on a icon on the screen, You softly press the lower left side of the trackpad, Or you can connect a mouse to the stander usb input.I use this tablet primarily for wok, I have a 32gb sd card, I use a Microsoft Wireless Mouse 3500, and I purchased a Finite PU Leather Cover , it went on quite easily, fits like a glove and looks great.However, it is not as pictured.Great little laptop/tablet for a good price.Within minutes all my apps were downloaded onto it, very nice.I used it about 1 hour a day, and it never left my home.Look at the description and see how much you get.Processor isn’t super fast but then again, it might be due to the lack of memory.It is however used.The easily detachable keyboard is excellent, which is important to me as I do a lot of writing and editing/word processing work.No complaints about that.But…it actually isnt the same.Upgrading from a terrible Asus zenpad that makes out at android 5.Not sure why it’s doing this.The keyboard and pad work great, and you can change stuff by touch.There were already 2 or 3 random pictures in the gallery.I use it for a more convenient than a laptop means of remoting into work computers and computer systems.It’s very glitchy.
This trumps my PC and my Ipad.not too small and love the key board.First one for myself, second for my best friend for his birthday and he loves it.There are some neat dragontouch tablets with covers for kids, those are better for them.incredibly slow, won’t even connect to wifi at full strength unless 5′ from router.1 tablet and this one by far beats those tablets out of the water.It doesn’t stay connected to the internet constantly disconnecting and reconnecting.Thing is the screen is heavier than the keyboard so it keeps tipping overI had to come back and re write my review because rhis tablet ain’t shit everything you download it shows stopped working.As someone who has trouble seeing the size is great and performance is wonderful.I use this for writing , social media, streaming tv, doing internet research, email, and reading articles so I use a good variety of apps and chrome on this tablet.I bought it hoping it would be a low-end laptop equivalent … it’s not.Cons:– This model is as thick and as ungainly as a first-generation Motorola.The quality was so cheaply made and the touch screen does not responses quickly enough–sometimes just not responding.Can’t find how to connect it to my PC with a USB cable.This tablet is definitely good for the price.Didn’t even want to take the chance of things getting worst.Works great, easy to use.