Craig Wireless Netbook Android 2.2

November 29, 2013 - Comment

This combines the virtues of an Android Tablet with the keyboard advantages you love in a notebook. At less than 2 pounds, the Craig Electronics CLP281 Android Powered Netbook is mobile and very affordable. Powered by Android 2.2 operating system, you have access to many apps including games, entertainment, media, e-books, and more. Pick this

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This combines the virtues of an Android Tablet with the keyboard advantages you love in a notebook. At less than 2 pounds, the Craig Electronics CLP281 Android Powered Netbook is mobile and very affordable. Powered by Android 2.2 operating system, you have access to many apps including games, entertainment, media, e-books, and more.

Pick this Netbook up today and enjoy tablet convenience within a popular netbook design.

LAN - 10/100M Ethernet Access Built-in WiFi (802.11b/g) Support Video Format - MP4/AVI(Xvid, H.263, Divx)/3GP Play/H.263/H.264 Support Audio Format - MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC/AAC+play Support Photo Format - JPEG/GIF USB Port - 2 USB2.0 Microphone Jack Headphone Jack Ethernet RJ-45 Jack SD/MMC Card Slot (Max. Support 32GB) Using 2400mAh Battery with approximate 6 Hours Working Time Keyboard - Standard English 86 keys 2.2 inch Touch Board, Left Key, Right Key Built-in Stereo Speakers (2 x 0.5W RMS) Support Applications - YouTube, SlideMe Market Place, Twitter, Web Browser, Google Gmail, Documents to Go, NotePad, Contacts, Map ACCESSORIES INCLUDE - AC Adaptor

Product Features

  • Operating System - Android 2.2
  • CPU Frequency - 800MHz
  • NandFlash - 4GB
  • Built-in 256MB DDR II
  • 7 inch Digital Display (800 x 480)
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Pen Silnink says:

Crankin' power-tool--and help for unhappy owners. An absolutely terrific tool! Connects to my Hi-Def big screen tv, to my pc or my Blackberry mobile as USB or to Charge or to Sync. Further, it screen-rotates and is a remote controller or Presentation device. This post repeats my reply to 'ES' low-star review. ES may have thought they got a 4.0, but got a 2.0 by mistake. So this review covers 'issues' for both. Too, B+N Kindle-Page reviewers really slammed this product. That was a B-I-G motivator for me to get the Craig. So, here are all user...

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Rose Keefe "author" says:

Take a hint from the price The Craig netbook is NOT a laptop substitute. Far from it. The screen is tiny, the applications are limited compared to their Windows counterparts, and the browser doesn't support Flash. Once you've accepted that it is essentially a no-frills Android tablet with a keyboard, you won't be disappointed and you might even enjoy it as much as I've enjoyed mine for the past year.This neat little device fits easily in my purse. It's perfect for checking e-mails, updating Facebook and...

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ES says:

Craig doesn't even give you what you pay for. For $80 I would expect at least an operational computer, however this Craig 7-inch netbook cannot even maintain an Internet connection to either of the wireless routers I attempted to connect to. It streams data for all of 15 seconds before dropping the connection and telling me that the router is "out of range," which of course is rubbish in each instance. The keyboard is also incredibly small and unwieldy. I am frankly a very fast typist, but the awkward keyboard on the Craig netbook has...

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