Noza Tec 10.1" Quad Core Tablet Review

Noza Tec 10.1 Quad CoreCheap Tablets that are actually worth reviewing are becoming more common. Overall product quality is improving and prices are continuing to fall. That's a great combination for anyone who's in the market for a cheap new Tablet. More good news is that you don't have to settle for a 7" model that's only slightly bigger than your Smartphone. It's the 10 Inch models, along with some of the smaller versions of various brands, which are part of the price drop. Some of the 10" are just as affordable as a seven Inch model with the same specification.

So what can be said about the Noza Tec 10.1" Tablet?. Well, as far as specifications go it's quite "Run of the mill" really. The Noza Tec has an almost identical specification to a lot of the other budget priced Tablets currently out there for sale.

Quad Core Processor (4 x 1.3GHz cores), Android 4.4 Kitkat Operating System, Dual Camera's (always poor on budget models), 1GB RAM, Bluetooth, WiFi, SD card slot, Micro USB port(s) and a 3.5mm headphone jack. However, when it comes to the lower priced models, and some of the high-end ones too, stability can be an issue. Thankfully, this one is widely reported as being stable, which is most probably due to the 4.4 Kit Kat being one of the more well-behaved Operating Systems.

The 32GB storage in the Noza Tec Ten Inch is broken up into two parts. You have a 16GB of built into the device itself, and then another 16GB on a TF card that's included in the price. It has the Allwinner A33 Processor which is common for the lower priced Tablets. But its a decent Processor that performs adequately in most areas. Required Language setting can be changed to almost anything you desire. German, Italian, Polish, French, Spanish. You get the idea. The list is long.

A good amount of accessories are included. Comes complete with mains charger, USB and OTG cables, user manual, stylus pen and protective sleeve. There are two packages to choose from. Both are basically the same, with the only difference being one is slightly more expensive (Not by much) and comes with an additional case / keyboard combination. That one is low on stock right now.

The NozaTec 10.1" is not going to break any records for screen quality, speed or touch screen responsiveness. But it is stable, affordable, and looks more expensive than what it really costs to buy. It performs the basics well.

The usual tasks that a lot of people do digitally these days like browsing the Internet for information, shopping and connecting with friends, Reading (Kindle), watching movies and YouTube clips, playing simple games and skyping etc, won't be a problem. Reviews are really good. A superb deal for the price. Please Note: This model does not have a HDMI slot.


Bertoli said...

Dilema.. Got eyes on a Hannspree HANNSpad.

guy said...

how do you update this tablet. no firmware update. ? it the most crapest tab iv every had

CT said...

Hi, I'm pretty sure that this model, for the most part, comes "as is". You may be able to update the Firmware / OS etc if you know what you're doing. However, given the price of this model, that may be more hassle than it's worth. If you're generally not happy with the device it would probably be best to just send it back, get a full refund and buy something else.

Michael simms said...

How much is it for replacement scree for a nozatec 10.1 in tablet still turns on with image on screen but screen cracked

CT said...

Hi Michael, as written above, this model is probably not worth the expense and labour to justify a screen replacement. If still under warranty send it back to the seller, get a refund and buy something else. Thanks.

Paul said...

Hi I am having trouble with this tablet as a box comes up stating youtube has stopped working even though I have not used it and it will not go off so I can't even open it. Can you tell me how to reset the tablet completely as that is not easy to find how

CT said...

Hi Paul. If you have Youtube installed as an App, which I'm pretty sure you do if you are getting that kind of error, try uninstalling it. To reset this tablet, there should be a little pin sized hole located on the back casing or on the side.

Turn the tablet on, then stick something like the end of a pen, or blunt end of a needle into the hole and make sure it reaches far enough to make contact with the button concealed inside. The tablet will then go through the process of resetting itself. Just follow the on-screen instructions and it will be restored to factory settings. Hope you get it sorted. Cheers.