Compare the Latest 15 iRULU Tablet Computers 2019
List of the latest iRULU tablet computers in the order in which they were added to our database (To compare any of the 15 models, just click their Add to compare button):
The four latest iRULU Windows tablets (as of July, 2019)
Attempting to outweigh the fact that its 6-hour working time and 1280 x 800 screen resolution are both not so impressive, the iRULU Walknbook 2 tablet adds a 1.92GHz (max) processor and 2GB of RAM to its specs list in order to aid the included detachable keyboard in convincing potential users.
While there is nothing "mini"about its sizeable 32GB of built-in memory, the iRulu WalknBook W3 Mini tablet might only get a little attention due to its average specs, which include a quad-core 1.33GHz CPU, a 2-megapixel rear-facing camera, and a 3500mAh battery.
The iRulu WalknBook 3 outweighs most tablets with its "about-1150-gram" weight, but it still seems able to strut around with its 2GB of RAM, a 7000mAh battery, and a quad-core CPU clocked at 1.33GHz, which a Turbo Boost mode can increase to 1.83GHz.
The iRULU Walknbook W1 tablet's thick 17.5mm exterior, 2-megapixel main snapper, and unimpressive 1280 x 800 display may be disenchanting specs, but performance-conscious consumers will likely find its having 2GB's worth of RAM and a 1.83GHz maximum clock speed promising.
Three recent 10-inch tablet computer models
The iRulu eXpro X1S 10.1 tablet's main selling point is that it uses a 5500mAh battery to power other devices (via OTG), but it also leans on a variety of entry-level specs, such as 1GB of RAM, a screen resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels, 8GB of storage capacity, and a 0.3-megapixel front-facing camera.
Three iRULU HDMI tablet computers
a seemingly low-grade tablet sporting only a 2-megapixel rear camera and a VGA front sensor for imaging, but a more-encouraging 4200mAh lithium battery with five hours of usage time, and completed by a classy brushed-metal body and a mini-HDMI output port.
And five of their android tablet computers
Scouring the iRULU eXpro 3's specs list reveals a bunch of low-end features, such as a 1024 x 600 display, VGA cameras on the front and rear, and 1GB of RAM -- unimpressive, but more or less expected for a tablet in its price range.
The iRULU BabyPad 5 is essentially an ultra-basic tablet (a 1024 x 600 display resolution and 1.2GHz's worth of clock speed show this, though the 16GB of memory are a plus in the context of kids tablets) with kid-friendly specs and features thrown in here and there, like parental controls and child-friendly apps and games.
Weighing in at 284 grams and featuring a heart rate and sleep monitor, the iRulu eXpro X4 still seems unlikely to rule over all tablets, being home to a lowly 0.3-megapixel front-facing camera, a 2-megapixel rear camera, and a quad-core CPU that takes it easy at a speed of 1.3GHz.
The iRulu eXpro X1 gets instant membership into an entry-level troupe of tablets, as it is loaded with a lot of commonly-seen specs, which include 512MB of RAM, 16GB of storage capacity, a display resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels, and dual 0.3-megapixel cameras.