In this video I show you the Kobo Vox eReader Tablet’s appearance and what it comes with built-in, ebooks, video playing on YouTube in High Quality mode, and me playing a game on it.
The Kobo Vox is a good choice for a 7 inch eReader tablet for beginners tablet users who just need a tablet for eBooks, web browsing, casual games, video, music, and using some apps.
It has a 800MHz CPU, 512MB of RAM, 8GB of storage, and a 7 inch 1024×600 resolution screen which makes the Kobo Vox for playing HD video, watching online video, e-mail, text chat instant messaging, playing most casual game apps like Angry Birds, and Fruit Ninja. The battery life is up to 7 hours. You can also use headphones for private listening, or louder audio by plugging in speakers to the 3.5mm headphone jack. If you need more space, you can install a MicroSD card up to 32GB in size to increase your storage size for your personal files, or to put more eBooks on your Vox.
There are also real volume buttons on the side of the Vox which lets user quickly adjust the volume for audio on apps, music, and videos being playback on the Vox.
The buttons on the top of the Vox like back, menu, and home are also nice since they are flat, and easy to press on the Vox, and make using the Vox more convenient.
It is also great that the Vox only takes about 45 seconds to start after you press the power button, so you can start reading your favourite eBook, surf online, play a game, use an app in less then a minute after turning on the Vox. The Vox also turns on from sleep in 2 seconds, and puting your Vox in Sleep mode is simple you just quickly press the power button.
If you want to turn it off, you need to hold down the power button for a few seconds then pick power off. There is also an airplane mode which turns off the Wi-Fi for ridding on a plane which bans wi-fi when taking off. Because you have to hold down the Vox power button for a few second, you won’t accidentally turn it off.
I like the Kobo Vox because it is light, and easy to hold. I can use it sitting on the floor, in the kitchen, and other places with limited space since I don’t need to use a table to use it and a power adapter to keep it charged. The rubber quilted back also makes the Vox easy to hold for longer amount of time.
The Vox also has a FFS touchscreen, so you can read outside more easily because you’ll see less glare from the sun, or bright lights which means you can use the Vox indoors and outdoor instead of just indoors.
The Kobo Vox is probably the most favourite electronic product with a screen I bought in 2012 since I can quickly do small tasks like check Twitter, blogs, YouTube, play games, and use apps when I’m away from a computer, or during commercials when I watch TV or watch a movie which has commercials.
The Vox also use the Google Android Gingerbread Operating System which means if you already own a Google Android phone you will know how to use the Vox once it is turned on since the user interfaces are the same, and similar to other user interfaces on other types of smartphones and regular phones, so learning to use the Vox is very easy.