3Q Surf RC0722C tablet review

This model is positioned as a budget tablet for those who are not ready to pay a lot of money for such a device, but, at the same time, do not want to buy a completely bad model (we are talking about terrible tablets with a resolution of 800x480 pixels).

Packages

  • Tablet
  • Combined charger (Euro and US plugs available)
  • USB to MicroUSB cable (part of charger)
  • USB-OTG cable
  • Headphones
  • Warranty card and instructions

I am immensely pleased that almost all B-brands have begun to put an OTG cable in the kit for tablets. But the headset disappointed, in my opinion, it is better to put normal earplugs in the kit than droplets falling out of the ears (however, this is a problem not only for 3Q, but also for most other manufacturers). A simple cover would not hurt, but only a few people put such a luxury in the kit now.

Appearance

We have an ordinary seven-inch tablet, without any design claims. The entire front part is occupied by the display, below it there is a speaker slot (its volume is at an average level, it is only suitable for watching movies in a quiet room), and above it is the front camera eye.

At the top there is a power button, microphone holes, a memory card slot and a 3.5 mm headphone jack.

On the left you can see the "Menu" button, the volume rocker, and a little lower - the "Home" button. Why it was necessary to make physical buttons for these actions, if the device has their touch counterparts - it is not clear. In addition, out of habit, the “Menu” button is often mistaken for the screen power key and you cannot understand why the device does not wake up.

At the bottom end there is a microUSB connector for connecting to a PC and charging.

The back of the device is made of silver plastic, stylized as metal. There are also versions in dark grey, teal, white and black.

In the upper left corner is the peephole of the main camera.

The tablet is perfectly assembled, nothing creaks, does not play, does not stagger.

Dimensions

In terms of dimensions, the RC0722C is a typical representative of seven-inch tablets. Moderately thin, moderately light. It can be held for a long time with one hand without any problems.

Compared to Nexus 7

  • 3Q RC0722C - (LxWxD) 192x116x8.8 mm, weight 350 grams
  • Perfeo 7777HD - (LxWxD) 199 x 119 x 11 mm, weight 332 grams
  • Ainol Fire - (LxWxD) 186.6x126.9x10.6, weight 336 grams
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 - (LxWxD) 194x122x11 mm, weight 344 grams

Screen

The screen diagonal is seven inches, the resolution is 1024x600 pixels, the matrix type is IPS, multi-touch is supported up to ten simultaneous touches. Initially, a film was glued onto the screen, of quite high quality, thanks to which, even after prolonged use, there are almost no fingerprints left.

On the other hand, the film affects the responsiveness of the touchscreen, so I recommend removing it. The screen does not have an oleophobic coating, so when driving on it, the finger gets stuck.

In the sun, the screen fades, making it difficult to read information from it. By the way, in the pictures below you can also appreciate how dirty the screen is.

The screen has good viewing angles, the picture only slightly loses color when tilted.

Inexperienced users will certainly like the display in this tablet, but if you have dealt with devices with HD resolution, you will notice graininess in this model.

Offline work

The tablet is equipped with a 3400 mAh lithium-polymer battery. The numbers are not the most impressive by today's standards, but let's look at the results of battery life.

In reading mode (brightness 10%) with Wi-Fi turned off, the tablet lasted six and a half hours.

The video mode at maximum brightness drained it in three and a half hours.

The numbers are not the most impressive. In most cases, the charge of the device will last you for one or two days.

Operating system and performance

The device uses a RockChip RK3066 dual-core processor running at 1.6 GHz. The amount of RAM is 1 GB, the capacity of the internal drive is 8 GB (about 5.5 GB is available to the user). There is support for external memory cards.

Rk3066 is a fairly popular chipset and has proven itself well in other models, in the case of RC0722c the results were also quite good.

You can easily play most popular games, watch HD videos or surf the web from your device. All these tasks are performed without slowdowns.

Thanks to Android 4.1, desktops got rid of stuttering, and in general, the OS of this version works much more stable and faster than 4.0. By the way, despite version 4.1, 3Q retained the built-in browser, as well as the tablet interface, which, in my opinion, is a plus.

Video and reading

The tablet does not support additional video formats or codecs, so it will be problematic to use it as an omnivorous video processor. On the other hand, there is now Mx ​​Player/Dice Player, with which you can play almost any video file.

Reading from a tablet is quite convenient, 50% brightness is enough in public transport, but it is important to remember that even in reading mode, the device will only last a couple of days.

Wireless interfaces

Wi-Fi (b/g/n) - during the entire period of use, the tablet could not connect to Wi-Fi once, in other cases, the stability of the wireless connection did not cause any complaints.

Bluetooth 2.1+EDR is one of the few budget tablets equipped with Bluetooth. The module supports most known profiles, including A2DP.

Camera

The front and rear cameras have a resolution of 2 MP. The quality of the main camera is very mediocre, it is only suitable for capturing text.

The front camera supports Skype video calls. The picture quality is at the level of other budget tablets, in general, nothing outstanding.

Conclusion

The cost of RC0722C is 4,200 rubles. For this money, you get a tablet with a good screen (and not a terrible TN-matrix with a resolution of 800x480), a dual-core processor and one of the latest versions of Android. The downside is the battery life.

At the moment, RC0722c has many competitors with the same parameters and a similar price, so when choosing, you should focus mostly on the appearance, because technically these models are similar.

However, two models stand out among all the competitors:

TeXet TM-7043XD and iconBIT Matrix HD. The main advantage of both of them is a higher screen resolution, but the tablet from TeXet, apparently, is an adapted Onda V812, which has a terribly low battery life, but the Matrix HD looks like a more interesting option with a price difference of 300-400 rubles. I have not used the tablet myself, so I can not say more about the strengths and weaknesses.

3Q Surf RC0722C tablet review

This model is positioned as a budget tablet for those who are not ready to pay a lot of money for such a device, but, at the same time, do not want to buy a completely bad model (we are talking about terrible tablets with a resolution of 800x480 pixels).

Packages

  • Tablet
  • Combined charger (Euro and US plugs available)
  • USB to MicroUSB cable (part of charger)
  • USB-OTG cable
  • Headphones
  • Warranty card and instructions

I am immensely pleased that almost all B-brands have begun to put an OTG cable in the kit for tablets. But the headset disappointed, in my opinion, it is better to put normal earplugs in the kit than droplets falling out of the ears (however, this is a problem not only for 3Q, but also for most other manufacturers). A simple cover would not hurt, but only a few people put such a luxury in the kit now.

Appearance

We have an ordinary seven-inch tablet, without any design claims. The entire front part is occupied by the display, below it there is a speaker slot (its volume is at an average level, it is only suitable for watching movies in a quiet room), and above it is the front camera eye.

At the top there is a power button, microphone holes, a memory card slot and a 3.5 mm headphone jack.

On the left you can see the "Menu" button, the volume rocker, and a little lower - the "Home" button. Why it was necessary to make physical buttons for these actions, if the device has their touch counterparts - it is not clear. In addition, out of habit, the “Menu” button is often mistaken for the screen power key and you cannot understand why the device does not wake up.

At the bottom end there is a microUSB connector for connecting to a PC and charging.

The back of the device is made of silver plastic, stylized as metal. There are also versions in dark grey, teal, white and black.

In the upper left corner is the peephole of the main camera.

The tablet is perfectly assembled, nothing creaks, does not play, does not stagger.

Dimensions

In terms of dimensions, the RC0722C is a typical representative of seven-inch tablets. Moderately thin, moderately light. It can be held for a long time with one hand without any problems.

Compared to Nexus 7

  • 3Q RC0722C - (LxWxD) 192x116x8.8 mm, weight 350 grams
  • Perfeo 7777HD - (LxWxD) 199 x 119 x 11 mm, weight 332 grams
  • Ainol Fire - (LxWxD) 186.6x126.9x10.6, weight 336 grams
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 - (LxWxD) 194x122x11 mm, weight 344 grams

Screen

The screen diagonal is seven inches, the resolution is 1024x600 pixels, the matrix type is IPS, multi-touch is supported up to ten simultaneous touches. Initially, a film was glued onto the screen, of quite high quality, thanks to which, even after prolonged use, there are almost no fingerprints left.

On the other hand, the film affects the responsiveness of the touchscreen, so I recommend removing it. The screen does not have an oleophobic coating, so when driving on it, the finger gets stuck.

In the sun, the screen fades, making it difficult to read information from it. By the way, in the pictures below you can also appreciate how dirty the screen is.

The screen has good viewing angles, the picture only slightly loses color when tilted.

Inexperienced users will certainly like the display in this tablet, but if you have dealt with devices with HD resolution, you will notice graininess in this model.

Offline work

The tablet is equipped with a 3400 mAh lithium-polymer battery. The numbers are not the most impressive by today's standards, but let's look at the results of battery life.

In reading mode (brightness 10%) with Wi-Fi turned off, the tablet lasted six and a half hours.

The video mode at maximum brightness drained it in three and a half hours.

The numbers are not the most impressive. In most cases, the charge of the device will last you for one or two days.

Operating system and performance

The device uses a RockChip RK3066 dual-core processor running at 1.6 GHz. The amount of RAM is 1 GB, the capacity of the internal drive is 8 GB (about 5.5 GB is available to the user). There is support for external memory cards.

Rk3066 is a fairly popular chipset and has proven itself well in other models, in the case of RC0722c the results were also quite good.

You can easily play most popular games, watch HD videos or surf the web from your device. All these tasks are performed without slowdowns.

Thanks to Android 4.1, desktops got rid of stuttering, and in general, the OS of this version works much more stable and faster than 4.0. By the way, despite version 4.1, 3Q retained the built-in browser, as well as the tablet interface, which, in my opinion, is a plus.

Video and reading

The tablet does not support additional video formats or codecs, so it will be problematic to use it as an omnivorous video processor. On the other hand, there is now Mx ​​Player/Dice Player, with which you can play almost any video file.

Reading from a tablet is quite convenient, 50% brightness is enough in public transport, but it is important to remember that even in reading mode, the device will only last a couple of days.

Wireless interfaces

Wi-Fi (b/g/n) - during the entire period of use, the tablet could not connect to Wi-Fi once, in other cases, the stability of the wireless connection did not cause any complaints.

Bluetooth 2.1+EDR is one of the few budget tablets equipped with Bluetooth. The module supports most known profiles, including A2DP.

Camera

The front and rear cameras have a resolution of 2 MP. The quality of the main camera is very mediocre, it is only suitable for capturing text.

The front camera supports Skype video calls. The picture quality is at the level of other budget tablets, in general, nothing outstanding.

Conclusion

The cost of RC0722C is 4,200 rubles. For this money, you get a tablet with a good screen (and not a terrible TN-matrix with a resolution of 800x480), a dual-core processor and one of the latest versions of Android. The downside is the battery life.

At the moment, RC0722c has many competitors with the same parameters and a similar price, so when choosing, you should focus mostly on the appearance, because technically these models are similar.

However, two models stand out among all the competitors:

TeXet TM-7043XD and iconBIT Matrix HD. The main advantage of both of them is a higher screen resolution, but the tablet from TeXet, apparently, is an adapted Onda V812, which has a terribly low battery life, but the Matrix HD looks like a more interesting option with a price difference of 300-400 rubles. I have not used the tablet myself, so I can not say more about the strengths and weaknesses.

3Q Surf RC0722C tablet review

This model is positioned as a budget tablet for those who are not ready to pay a lot of money for such a device, but, at the same time, do not want to buy a completely bad model (we are talking about terrible tablets with a resolution of 800x480 pixels).

Packages

  • Tablet
  • Combined charger (Euro and US plugs available)
  • USB to MicroUSB cable (part of charger)
  • USB-OTG cable
  • Headphones
  • Warranty card and instructions

I am immensely pleased that almost all B-brands have begun to put an OTG cable in the kit for tablets. But the headset disappointed, in my opinion, it is better to put normal earplugs in the kit than droplets falling out of the ears (however, this is a problem not only for 3Q, but also for most other manufacturers). A simple cover would not hurt, but only a few people put such a luxury in the kit now.

Appearance

We have an ordinary seven-inch tablet, without any design claims. The entire front part is occupied by the display, below it there is a speaker slot (its volume is at an average level, it is only suitable for watching movies in a quiet room), and above it is the front camera eye.

At the top there is a power button, microphone holes, a memory card slot and a 3.5 mm headphone jack.

On the left you can see the "Menu" button, the volume rocker, and a little lower - the "Home" button. Why it was necessary to make physical buttons for these actions, if the device has their touch counterparts - it is not clear. In addition, out of habit, the “Menu” button is often mistaken for the screen power key and you cannot understand why the device does not wake up.

At the bottom end there is a microUSB connector for connecting to a PC and charging.

The back of the device is made of silver plastic, stylized as metal. There are also versions in dark grey, teal, white and black.

In the upper left corner is the peephole of the main camera.

The tablet is perfectly assembled, nothing creaks, does not play, does not stagger.

Dimensions

In terms of dimensions, the RC0722C is a typical representative of seven-inch tablets. Moderately thin, moderately light. It can be held for a long time with one hand without any problems.

Compared to Nexus 7

  • 3Q RC0722C - (LxWxD) 192x116x8.8 mm, weight 350 grams
  • Perfeo 7777HD - (LxWxD) 199 x 119 x 11 mm, weight 332 grams
  • Ainol Fire - (LxWxD) 186.6x126.9x10.6, weight 336 grams
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 - (LxWxD) 194x122x11 mm, weight 344 grams

Screen

The screen diagonal is seven inches, the resolution is 1024x600 pixels, the matrix type is IPS, multi-touch is supported up to ten simultaneous touches. Initially, a film was glued onto the screen, of quite high quality, thanks to which, even after prolonged use, there are almost no fingerprints left.

On the other hand, the film affects the responsiveness of the touchscreen, so I recommend removing it. The screen does not have an oleophobic coating, so when driving on it, the finger gets stuck.

The screen fades in the sun, making it difficult to read information from it. By the way, in the pictures below you can also appreciate how dirty the screen is.

The screen has good viewing angles, the picture only slightly loses color when tilted.

Inexperienced users will certainly like the display in this tablet, but if you have dealt with devices with HD resolution, you will notice graininess in this model.

Offline work

The tablet is equipped with a 3400 mAh lithium-polymer battery. The numbers are not the most impressive by today's standards, but let's look at the results of battery life.

In reading mode (brightness 10%) with Wi-Fi turned off, the tablet lasted six and a half hours.

The video mode at maximum brightness drained it in three and a half hours.

The numbers are not the most impressive. In most cases, the charge of the device will last you for one or two days.

Operating system and performance

The device uses a RockChip RK3066 dual-core processor running at 1.6 GHz. The amount of RAM is 1 GB, the capacity of the internal drive is 8 GB (about 5.5 GB is available to the user). There is support for external memory cards.

Rk3066 is a fairly popular chipset and has proven itself well in other models, in the case of RC0722c the results were also quite good.

You can easily play most popular games, watch HD videos or surf the web from your device. All these tasks are performed without slowdowns.

Thanks to Android 4.1, desktops got rid of stuttering, and in general, the OS of this version works much more stable and faster than 4.0. By the way, despite version 4.1, 3Q retained the built-in browser, as well as the tablet interface, which, in my opinion, is a plus.

Video and reading

The tablet does not support additional video formats or codecs, so it will be problematic to use it as an omnivorous video processor. On the other hand, there is now Mx ​​Player/Dice Player, with which you can play almost any video file.

Reading from a tablet is quite convenient, 50% brightness is enough in public transport, but it is important to remember that even in reading mode, the device will only last a couple of days.

Wireless interfaces

Wi-Fi (b/g/n) - during the entire period of use, the tablet could not connect to Wi-Fi once, in other cases, the stability of the wireless connection did not cause any complaints.

Bluetooth 2.1+EDR is one of the few budget tablets equipped with Bluetooth. The module supports most known profiles, including A2DP.

Camera

The front and rear cameras have a resolution of 2 MP. The quality of the main camera is very mediocre, it is only suitable for capturing text.

The front camera supports Skype video calls. The picture quality is at the level of other budget tablets, in general, nothing outstanding.

Conclusion

The cost of RC0722C is 4,200 rubles. For this money, you get a tablet with a good screen (and not a terrible TN-matrix with a resolution of 800x480), a dual-core processor and one of the latest versions of Android. The downside is the battery life.

At the moment, RC0722c has many competitors with the same parameters and a similar price, so when choosing, you should focus mostly on the appearance, because technically these models are similar.

However, two models stand out among all the competitors:

TeXet TM-7043XD and iconBIT Matrix HD. The main advantage of both of them is a higher screen resolution, but the tablet from TeXet, apparently, is an adapted Onda V812, which has a terribly low battery life, but the Matrix HD looks like a more interesting option with a price difference of 300-400 rubles. I have not used the tablet myself, so I can not say more about the strengths and weaknesses.

3Q Surf RC0722C tablet review

This model is positioned as a budget tablet for those who are not ready to pay a lot of money for such a device, but, at the same time, do not want to buy a completely bad model (we are talking about terrible tablets with a resolution of 800x480 pixels).

Packages

  • Tablet
  • Combined charger (Euro and US plugs available)
  • USB to MicroUSB cable (part of charger)
  • USB-OTG cable
  • Headphones
  • Warranty card and instructions

I am immensely pleased that almost all B-brands have begun to put an OTG cable in the kit for tablets. But the headset disappointed, in my opinion, it is better to put normal earplugs in the kit than droplets falling out of the ears (however, this is a problem not only for 3Q, but also for most other manufacturers). A simple cover would not hurt, but only a few people put such a luxury in the kit now.

Appearance

We have an ordinary seven-inch tablet, without any design claims. The entire front part is occupied by the display, below it there is a speaker slot (its volume is at an average level, it is only suitable for watching movies in a quiet room), and above it is the front camera eye.

At the top there is a power button, microphone holes, a memory card slot and a 3.5 mm headphone jack.

On the left you can see the "Menu" button, the volume rocker, and a little lower - the "Home" button. Why it was necessary to make physical buttons for these actions, if the device has their touch counterparts - it is not clear. In addition, out of habit, the “Menu” button is often mistaken for the screen power key and you cannot understand why the device does not wake up.

At the bottom end there is a microUSB connector for connecting to a PC and charging.

The back of the device is made of silver plastic, stylized as metal. There are also versions in dark grey, teal, white and black.

The back of the device is made of silver plastic, stylized as metal. There are also versions in dark grey, teal, white and black.

In the upper left corner is the peephole of the main camera.

The tablet is perfectly assembled, nothing creaks, does not play, does not stagger.

Dimensions

In terms of dimensions, the RC0722C is a typical representative of seven-inch tablets. Moderately thin, moderately light. It can be held for a long time with one hand without any problems.

Compared to Nexus 7

  • 3Q RC0722C - (LxWxD) 192x116x8.8 mm, weight 350 grams
  • Perfeo 7777HD - (LxWxD) 199 x 119 x 11 mm, weight 332 grams
  • Ainol Fire - (LxWxD) 186.6x126.9x10.6, weight 336 grams
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 - (LxWxD) 194x122x11 mm, weight 344 grams

Screen

The screen diagonal is seven inches, the resolution is 1024x600 pixels, the matrix type is IPS, multi-touch is supported up to ten simultaneous touches. Initially, a film was glued onto the screen, of quite high quality, thanks to which, even after prolonged use, there are almost no fingerprints left.

On the other hand, the film affects the responsiveness of the touchscreen, so I recommend removing it. The screen does not have an oleophobic coating, so when driving on it, the finger gets stuck.

In the sun, the screen fades, making it difficult to read information from it. By the way, in the pictures below you can also appreciate how dirty the screen is.

The screen has good viewing angles, the picture only slightly loses color when tilted.

Inexperienced users will certainly like the display in this tablet, but if you have dealt with devices with HD resolution, you will notice graininess in this model.

Offline work

The tablet is equipped with a 3400 mAh lithium-polymer battery. The numbers are not the most impressive by today's standards, but let's look at the results of battery life.

In reading mode (brightness 10%) with Wi-Fi turned off, the tablet lasted six and a half hours.

The video mode at maximum brightness drained it in three and a half hours.

The numbers are not the most impressive. In most cases, the charge of the device will last you for one or two days.

Operating system and performance

The device uses a RockChip RK3066 dual-core processor running at 1.6 GHz. The amount of RAM is 1 GB, the capacity of the internal drive is 8 GB (about 5.5 GB is available to the user). There is support for external memory cards.

Rk3066 is a fairly popular chipset and has proven itself well in other models, in the case of RC0722c the results were also quite good.

You can easily play most popular games, watch HD videos or surf the web from your device. All these tasks are performed without slowdowns.

Thanks to Android 4.1, desktops got rid of stuttering, and in general, the OS of this version works much more stable and faster than 4.0. By the way, despite version 4.1, 3Q retained the built-in browser, as well as the tablet interface, which, in my opinion, is a plus.

Video and reading

The tablet does not support additional video formats or codecs, so it will be problematic to use it as an omnivorous video processor. On the other hand, there is now Mx ​​Player/Dice Player, with which you can play almost any video file.

Reading from a tablet is quite convenient, 50% brightness is enough in public transport, but it is important to remember that even in reading mode, the device will only last a couple of days.

Wireless interfaces

Wi-Fi (b/g/n) - during the entire period of use, the tablet could not connect to Wi-Fi once, in other cases, the stability of the wireless connection did not cause any complaints.

Bluetooth 2.1+EDR is one of the few budget tablets equipped with Bluetooth. The module supports most known profiles, including A2DP.

Camera

The front and rear cameras have a resolution of 2 MP. The quality of the main camera is very mediocre, it is only suitable for capturing text.

The front camera supports Skype video calls. The picture quality is at the level of other budget tablets, in general, nothing outstanding.

Conclusion

The cost of RC0722C is 4,200 rubles. For this money, you get a tablet with a good screen (and not a terrible TN-matrix with a resolution of 800x480), a dual-core processor and one of the latest versions of Android. The downside is the battery life.

At the moment, RC0722c has many competitors with the same parameters and a similar price, so when choosing, you should focus mostly on the appearance, because technically these models are similar.

However, two models stand out among all the competitors:

TeXet TM-7043XD and iconBIT Matrix HD. The main advantage of both of them is a higher screen resolution, but the tablet from TeXet, apparently, is an adapted Onda V812, which has a terribly low battery life, but the Matrix HD looks like a more interesting option with a price difference of 300-400 rubles. I have not used the tablet myself, so I can not say more about the strengths and weaknesses.