The Top 3 Best Polaroid Tablet Computers (As Of February 2021)
Here are the top 3 Polaroid tablet computers followed by a list of their latest models:
The Three Latest Polaroid Kid Tablets (as Of March, 2021)
Its quad-core 1.6GHz CPU should be faster than what most kid's tablets offer, but the Polaroid Kids Tablet 3's 2-megapixel camera, Display Lock, and rubber bumpers are quite commonplace.
Aside from its white/orange color, the Polaroid Kids Tablet 2 surprisingly shares a lot of specs with the Kids Tablet 3, such as its 1024 x 600 screen resolution, 8GB or memory, 1GB RAM, and a dual-core CPU that is clocked at 1.6GHz.
The Polaroid PTAB750 tablet certainly looks like a newcomer, as it only carries a bunch of ordinary features, such as an 800 x 480 screen resolution, 512MB RAM, a 1GHz CPU, and a 2-megapixel rear camera.
Two Recent 10-inch Polaroid Tablet Computer Models
Entry-level 10-inch tablet with basic specs that include an unspecified quad-core processor with 1GB RAM, low-resolution (1024 x 600 pixels) screen, and 8GB of onboard storage.
Being offered only in a black variant seems to rob the Polaroid S10 tablet of personality, and its 2.8mm thickness might be too much for some, not to mention its collection of common specs, such as a 1024 x 600 display resolution, 1GB RAM, and a dual-core CPU that at least darts around at 1.6GHz.
And Seven Of Their Android Tablet Computers
With its substantial (for a 9-incher) 38.4-ounce weight, the Polaroid A900x tablet continues to deliver an ordinary-specked message, which consists of a 1024 x 600 display resolution, a 2-megapixel rear-facing camera, a 480-minute usage time, and only 8GB of built-in memory.
The Polaroid P700 tablet's 180-minute usage time is one of the lowest we have seen, and you might not be impressed by most if its ordinary specs, which include a quad-core 1.3GHz CPU, 512MB RAM, and 8GB of memory.
The Polaroid P902 tablet walks around with a predictable swagger, judging by its quad-core 1.3GHz processor, a 2-megapixel main camera, and 8GB of built-in memory (expandable by up to 64GB) -- not to mention that it is only offered in an all-too-familiar black variant.
Available only in black, the Polaroid A7 tablet looks pinned down to the entry-level territory, as it carries a lot of low-end specs, which include a 1024 x 600 resolution, 512MB RAM, a dual-core processor, and only 8GB of memory that can at least be increased by up to 32GB with a microSD card.
The Polaroid S8 tablet strikes a low-end pose with its ordinary specs, which consist of a 1-megapixel main camera, 300-minute usage time, a low 4GB of memory, 1GB RAM, and a dual-core CPU that at least trots by at 1.6GHz.
Its dual-core CPU quite-thankfully runs at 1.6GHz, but the Polaroid A8 tablet seems to keep a typical profile, as implied by low-end specs, such as its 4GB of built-memory, a 2-megapixel rear camera, and a predictable black color.
Made available in black or red variants, the Polaroid S7 tablet hangs around with entry-level tablets, crowing about its low-end specs, which include 4GB of built-in memory, a dual-core CPU that has a seemingly sluggish 1GHz speed, and an ordinary 2-megapixel rear camera.
The Polaroid PTAB935 certainly has the makings of an average tablet, as we notice that it has a lot of ordinary specs, such as a 2-megapixel rear camera, 512MB RAM, 360 minutes of usage time, and a dual-core CPU that at least is clocked at 1.5GHz.
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