The tablet market is filled with lots of great high-end tablet options, but when it comes to finding an affordable budget tablet or slate computer, it’s very hard to find an option that’s worth buying. The Coby Kyros is a budget tablet that towers over the average generic low-priced tablets on the market.
The Coby Kyros is an Android tablet with Android Market support, but not only is this gadget great for entertainment purposes, the Coby Kyros can also bring more entertainment into your home entertainment area. This tablet features HDMI Output which allows users to connect it to their HDTV and high-end computer monitors via an HDMI cable (sold separately) ‘” which is sure to make the Coby Kyros a great asset to your home entertainment area.
Web Browsing with Adobe Flash Support
One of the biggest complaints about the industry leading tablet, the Apple iPad, is that it doesn’t support Adobe Flash player within its Safari web browsing app. Although the iPad has the Coby Kyros beat in lots of different categories, it’s Adobe Flash player support gives its users a better web browsing experience, by allowing them to be able to view webpages in Adobe Flash and HTML5.
Great Battery Life
At the price point of the Coby Kyros it’s a surprise that it packs the many features that it does, but it also has a surprisingly long battery life of up to 7 hours. 7 hours might not seem like a big deal when comparing the Kyros tablet to higher end tablets like the Apple iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab, which feature 10+ hours of battery life, but considering the fact the Coby Kyros tablet only costs a fraction of these high-end devices, 7 hours is very impressive.
Equipped With a Front-Facing Camera
I’ve reviewed and inspected lots of low-end and budget mobile tablets and most of the tablets under the $300 price range fail to incorporate a front-facing or rear-facing camera into their design. Unlike its competitors, the Kyros tablet features a 2.1 megapixel front-facing camera that actually boasts better quality than the 1.3 megapixel camera featured on the iPad 2 and is one of the best features of this mobile gadget.
Frankly speaking, most people that are considering purchasing the Coby Kyros tablet are usually doing so for one reason; price. The Coby Kyros only costs a paltry $300 and is a great alternative to more expensive competitors like the iPad, PlayBook, Galaxy Tab, and others that have prices ranging from $499-$899.