Lexand A702 tablet review

Lexand is relatively new to the tablet PC market. The company released several devices at once, it is interesting that they are all built on different chipsets (Qualcomm, Rockchip, Allwinner and even HiSilicon from Huawei).

Content:

Packages

  • Tablet
  • Charger
  • PC cable (also part of charger)
  • USB-OTG cable
  • Documentation

Appearance, materials, controls, assembly

The tablet is similar to many of its 7-inch competitors, and at the same time slightly different from them. This difference is due to the slightly rounded edges (although most other models have more rounded ones) and the aluminum case from which the back of the tablet is made. Aluminum pleasantly cools the hand, and the device itself is perceived differently thanks to it. For example, my first association was Asus Padfone Infinity, and this despite the fact that these are devices of completely different price categories.

Lexand A702 tablet

On the front side are the front camera eye and the main speaker grille.

Lexand A702 tablet Lexand A702 tablet

On the left are the power button and volume rocker. Both have a short press with a characteristic click. It is convenient to use them.

Lexand A702 tablet

At the bottom end there are 3.5 mm headphone jacks, microUSB, microHDMI and its own charging connector. By the way, charging via microUSB is also supported.

Lexand A702 tablet

On the right side you can see the hole for the memory card slot.

Lexand A702 tablet

There are no complaints about the assembly of the device, the tablet is perfectly assembled.

Dimensions

The Lexand A702 has excellent dimensions for a seven-inch tablet. The device is comfortable to hold with both one and two hands.

  • Lexand A702 - 187x113x8 mm, weight - 270 grams
  • Pocketbook SurfPAD 2 - 194x122x10 mm, weight - 300 grams
  • WEXLER TAB 7IS - 198x128x11 mm, weight - 390 grams
  • IconBIT NETTAB MATRIX HD - 197x118x10 mm, weight - 303 grams
  • Explay Surfer 7.03 - 187x109x7.35 mm, weight - 260 grams

Screen

The display diagonal is seven inches, the resolution is 1280x800 pixels, the matrix type is TFT-IPS, multi-touch is supported up to five simultaneous touches.

The screen is covered with a high-quality protective film that makes it easier to slide your finger. I do not recommend removing the film, since the display does not have an oleophobic coating and it will be inconvenient for you to use apps that require gestures.

Lexand A702 tablet

The screen has good viewing angles, a good level of brightness and clarity of the picture, in general, the emotions from the display are only positive. The only thing I didn't like was that they greatly reduced the size of the status bar, because of this, the small font from it looks grainy.

Lexand A702 tablet

Operating system

The tablet runs on Android 4.2.2, the manufacturer has changed almost nothing in the operating system (and thank God).

The only new feature is battery information in the status bar. I can only approve of this addition.

Of the shortcomings, it is worth noting a small dock in the launcher and a toggle switch with data transfer, although in fact there is no slot for a SIM card in the tablet.

Performance

The device uses the Allwinner A31 chipset with a 1GHz quad-core processor and PowerVR 544MP video accelerator. The amount of RAM is 1 GB, the capacity of the internal drive is 8 GB (about 5 GB is available to the user).

The power of the tablet is perfectly enough for everyday work and watching videos in resolutions up to FullHD inclusive. There are no complaints about most of the “toys”, only the latest Asphalt 8 and Riptide 2 GP slow down. However, a small amount of internal memory will not allow you to install a large number of "heavy" games.

Work offline

The tablet has a 3000 mAh non-removable battery. Capacity, to put it mildly, is modest. But let's move on to specific numbers.

In reading mode (brightness 30%, airplane mode on), the tablet ran out of power in 4 hours and 45 minutes.

In video mode, the device lasted 2 hours and 20 minutes (maximum brightness, airplane mode on).

If we talk about everyday use, then be prepared for the fact that the device will have to be charged almost every day, especially if you use a browser, because in web surfing mode, the tablet is discharged at a rate of 10% in 10 minutes.

Camera

The tablet has two cameras - a 2 MP main camera and a 0.3 MP front camera. There is not much to say about the main camera, except for the fact that it is there: the quality of the pictures is predictably low, there is no autofocus.


The front one is perfect for Skype video calls.

Wireless interfaces

The tablet has Wi-Fi (b/g/n) and Bluetooth 2.1 EDR. There are no complaints about the operation of the modules.

Conclusion

The recommended price for the Lexand A702 is 5,000 rubles. For the money, you get a thin 7-inch aluminum tablet with a good screen, quad-core processor and mediocre battery life.

Lexand A702 tablet

However, for 6,000 rubles you can already buy the Asus MemoPad HD7, which is better than the Lexand in question in many respects. This, of course, is about battery life, a normal camera and brand name.

It is interesting that similar offers from other manufacturers, but with a dual-core processor, cost around 3,500-4,000 rubles (Explay Surfer 7.03, Fly IQ320). Is it worth overpaying 1,500 rubles for a quad-core processor? In my opinion, no. If the price of the A702 drops to 4,000-4,500 rubles, then it will be a good offer, but it makes little sense to take it for 5,000 rubles. By the way, there are other offers from B-brands with similar characteristics and for the same price. You should not consider them either, since the difference with the same Asus Memo Pad HD7 is already very large.

Lexand A702 tablet review

Lexand is relatively new to the tablet PC market. The company released several devices at once, it is interesting that they are all built on different chipsets (Qualcomm, Rockchip, Allwinner and even HiSilicon from Huawei).

Content:

Packages

  • Tablet
  • Charger
  • PC cable (also part of charger)
  • USB-OTG cable
  • Documentation

Appearance, materials, controls, assembly

The tablet is similar to many of its 7-inch competitors, and at the same time slightly different from them. This difference is due to the slightly rounded edges (although most other models have more rounded ones) and the aluminum case from which the back of the tablet is made. Aluminum pleasantly cools the hand, and the device itself is perceived differently thanks to it. For example, my first association was Asus Padfone Infinity, and this despite the fact that these are devices of completely different price categories.

Lexand A702 tablet

On the front side are the front camera eye and the main speaker grille.

Lexand A702 tablet Lexand A702 tablet

On the left are the power button and volume rocker. Both have a short press with a characteristic click. It is convenient to use them.

Lexand A702 tablet

At the bottom end there are 3.5 mm headphone jacks, microUSB, microHDMI and its own charging connector. By the way, charging via microUSB is also supported.

Lexand A702 tablet

On the right side you can see the hole for the memory card slot.

Lexand A702 tablet

There are no complaints about the assembly of the device, the tablet is perfectly assembled.

Dimensions

The Lexand A702 has excellent dimensions for a seven-inch tablet. It is convenient to hold the device with both one and two hands.

  • Lexand A702 - 187x113x8 mm, weight - 270 grams
  • Pocketbook SurfPAD 2 - 194x122x10 mm, weight - 300 grams
  • WEXLER TAB 7IS - 198x128x11 mm, weight - 390 grams
  • IconBIT NETTAB MATRIX HD - 197x118x10 mm, weight - 303 grams
  • Explay Surfer 7.03 - 187x109x7.35 mm, weight - 260 grams

Screen

The display diagonal is seven inches, the resolution is 1280x800 pixels, the matrix type is TFT-IPS, multi-touch is supported up to five simultaneous touches.

The screen is covered with a high-quality protective film that makes it easier to slide your finger. I do not recommend removing the film, since the display does not have an oleophobic coating and it will be inconvenient for you to use apps that require gestures.

Lexand A702 tablet

The screen has good viewing angles, a good level of brightness and clarity of the picture, in general, the emotions from the display are only positive. The only thing I didn't like was that they greatly reduced the size of the status bar, because of this, the small font from it looks grainy.

Lexand A702 tablet

Operating system

The tablet runs on Android 4.2.2, the manufacturer has changed almost nothing in the operating system (and thank God).

The only new feature is battery information in the status bar. I can only approve of this addition.

Of the shortcomings, it is worth noting a small dock in the launcher and a toggle switch with data transfer, although in fact there is no slot for a SIM card in the tablet.

Performance

The device uses the Allwinner A31 chipset with a 1GHz quad-core processor and PowerVR 544MP video accelerator. The amount of RAM is 1 GB, the capacity of the internal drive is 8 GB (about 5 GB is available to the user).

The power of the tablet is perfectly enough for everyday work and watching videos in resolutions up to FullHD inclusive. There are no complaints about most of the “toys”, only the latest Asphalt 8 and Riptide 2 GP slow down. However, a small amount of internal memory will not allow you to install a large number of "heavy" games.

Work offline

The tablet has a 3000 mAh non-removable battery. Capacity, to put it mildly, is modest. But let's move on to specific numbers.

In reading mode (brightness 30%, airplane mode on), the tablet ran out of power in 4 hours and 45 minutes.

In video mode, the device lasted 2 hours and 20 minutes (maximum brightness, airplane mode on).

If we talk about everyday use, then be prepared for the fact that the device will have to be charged almost every day, especially if you use a browser, because in web surfing mode, the tablet is discharged at a rate of 10% in 10 minutes.

Camera

The tablet has two cameras - a 2 MP main camera and a 0.3 MP front camera. There is not much to say about the main camera, except for the fact that it is there: the quality of the pictures is predictably low, there is no autofocus.


The front one is perfect for Skype video calls.

Wireless interfaces

The tablet has Wi-Fi (b/g/n) and Bluetooth 2.1 EDR. There are no complaints about the work of the modules.

Conclusion

The recommended price for the Lexand A702 is 5,000 rubles. For the money, you get a thin 7-inch aluminum tablet with a good screen, quad-core processor and mediocre battery life.

Lexand A702 tablet

However, for 6,000 rubles you can already buy the Asus MemoPad HD7, which is better than the Lexand in question in many respects. This, of course, is about battery life, a normal camera and brand name.

It is interesting that similar offers from other manufacturers, but with a dual-core processor, cost around 3,500-4,000 rubles (Explay Surfer 7.03, Fly IQ320). Is it worth overpaying 1,500 rubles for a quad-core processor? In my opinion, no. If the price of the A702 falls to 4,000-4,500 rubles, then it will be a good offer, but it makes little sense to take it for 5,000 rubles. By the way, there are other offers from B-brands with similar characteristics and for the same price. You should not consider them either, since the difference with the same Asus Memo Pad HD7 is already very large.

Lexand A702 tablet review

Lexand is relatively new to the tablet PC market. The company released several devices at once, it is interesting that they are all built on different chipsets (Qualcomm, Rockchip, Allwinner and even HiSilicon from Huawei).

Content:

Packages

  • Tablet
  • Charger
  • PC cable (also part of charger)
  • USB-OTG cable
  • Documentation

Appearance, materials, controls, assembly

The tablet is similar to many of its 7-inch competitors, and at the same time slightly different from them. This difference is due to the slightly rounded edges (although most other models have more rounded ones) and the aluminum case from which the back of the tablet is made. Aluminum pleasantly cools the hand, and the device itself is perceived differently thanks to it. For example, my first association was Asus Padfone Infinity, and this despite the fact that these are devices of completely different price categories.

Lexand A702 tablet

On the front side are the front camera eye and the main speaker grille.

Lexand A702 tablet Lexand A702 tablet

On the left are the power button and volume rocker. Both have a short press with a characteristic click. It is convenient to use them.

Lexand A702 tablet

At the bottom end there are 3.5 mm headphone jacks, microUSB, microHDMI and its own charging connector. By the way, charging via microUSB is also supported.

Lexand A702 tablet

On the right side you can see the hole for the memory card slot.

Lexand A702 tablet

There are no complaints about the assembly of the device, the tablet is perfectly assembled.

Dimensions

The Lexand A702 has excellent dimensions for a seven-inch tablet. The device is comfortable to hold with both one and two hands.

  • Lexand A702 - 187x113x8 mm, weight - 270 grams
  • Pocketbook SurfPAD 2 - 194x122x10 mm, weight - 300 grams
  • WEXLER TAB 7IS - 198x128x11 mm, weight - 390 grams
  • IconBIT NETTAB MATRIX HD - 197x118x10 mm, weight - 303 grams
  • Explay Surfer 7.03 - 187x109x7.35 mm, weight - 260 grams

Screen

The display diagonal is seven inches, the resolution is 1280x800 pixels, the matrix type is TFT-IPS, multi-touch is supported up to five simultaneous touches.

The screen is covered with a high-quality protective film that makes it easier to slide your finger. I do not recommend removing the film, since the display does not have an oleophobic coating and it will be inconvenient for you to use apps that require gestures.

Lexand A702 tablet

The screen has good viewing angles, a good level of brightness and clarity of the picture, in general, the emotions from the display are only positive. The only thing I didn't like was that they greatly reduced the size of the status bar, because of this, the small font from it looks grainy.

Lexand A702 tablet

Operating system

The tablet runs on Android 4.2.2, the manufacturer has changed almost nothing in the operating system (and thank God).

The only new feature is battery information in the status bar. I can only approve of this addition.

Of the shortcomings, it is worth noting a small dock in the launcher and a toggle switch with data transfer, although in fact there is no slot for a SIM card in the tablet.

Performance

The device uses the Allwinner A31 chipset with a 1GHz quad-core processor and PowerVR 544MP video accelerator. The amount of RAM is 1 GB, the capacity of the internal drive is 8 GB (about 5 GB is available to the user).

The power of the tablet is perfectly enough for everyday work and watching videos in resolutions up to FullHD inclusive. There are no complaints about most of the “toys”, only the latest Asphalt 8 and Riptide 2 GP slow down. However, a small amount of internal memory will not allow you to install a large number of "heavy" games.

Work offline

The tablet has a 3000 mAh non-removable battery. Capacity, to put it mildly, is modest. But let's move on to specific numbers.

In reading mode (brightness 30%, airplane mode on), the tablet ran out of power in 4 hours and 45 minutes.

In video mode, the device lasted 2 hours and 20 minutes (maximum brightness, airplane mode on).

If we talk about everyday use, then be prepared for the fact that the device will have to be charged almost every day, especially if you use a browser, because in web surfing mode, the tablet is discharged at a rate of 10% in 10 minutes.

Camera

The tablet has two cameras - a 2 MP main camera and a 0.3 MP front camera. There is not much to say about the main camera, except for the fact that it is there: the quality of the pictures is predictably low, there is no autofocus.


The front one is perfect for Skype video calls.

Wireless interfaces

The tablet has Wi-Fi (b/g/n) and Bluetooth 2.1 EDR. There are no complaints about the work of the modules.

Conclusion

The recommended price for the Lexand A702 is 5,000 rubles. For the money, you get a thin 7-inch aluminum tablet with a good screen, quad-core processor and mediocre battery life.

Lexand A702 tablet

However, for 6,000 rubles you can already buy the Asus MemoPad HD7, which is better than the Lexand in question in many respects. This, of course, is about battery life, a normal camera and brand name.

It is interesting that similar offers from other manufacturers, but with a dual-core processor, cost around 3,500-4,000 rubles (Explay Surfer 7.03, Fly IQ320). Is it worth overpaying 1,500 rubles for a quad-core processor? In my opinion, no. If the price of the A702 drops to 4,000-4,500 rubles, then it will be a good offer, but it makes little sense to take it for 5,000 rubles. By the way, there are other offers from B-brands with similar characteristics and for the same price. You should not consider them either, since the difference with the same Asus Memo Pad HD7 is already very large.

Lexand A702 tablet review

Lexand is relatively new to the tablet PC market. The company released several devices at once, it is interesting that they are all built on different chipsets (Qualcomm, Rockchip, Allwinner and even HiSilicon from Huawei).

Content:

Packages

  • Tablet
  • Charger
  • PC cable (also part of charger)
  • USB-OTG cable
  • Documentation

Appearance, materials, controls, assembly

The tablet is similar to many of its 7-inch competitors, and at the same time slightly different from them. This difference is due to the slightly rounded edges (although most other models have more rounded ones) and the aluminum case from which the back of the tablet is made. Aluminum pleasantly cools the hand, and the device itself is perceived differently thanks to it. For example, my first association was Asus Padfone Infinity, and this despite the fact that these are devices of completely different price categories.

On the front side are the front camera eye and the main speaker grille.

On the left are the power button and volume rocker. Both have a short press with a characteristic click. It is convenient to use them.

At the bottom end there are 3.5 mm headphone jacks, microUSB, microHDMI and its own charging connector. By the way, charging via microUSB is also supported.

On the right side you can see the hole for the memory card slot.

There are no complaints about the assembly of the device, the tablet is perfectly assembled.

Dimensions

The Lexand A702 has excellent dimensions for a seven-inch tablet. The device is comfortable to hold with both one and two hands.

  • Lexand A702 - 187x113x8 mm, weight - 270 grams
  • Pocketbook SurfPAD 2 - 194x122x10 mm, weight - 300 grams
  • WEXLER TAB 7IS - 198x128x11 mm, weight - 390 grams
  • IconBIT NETTAB MATRIX HD - 197x118x10 mm, weight - 303 grams
  • Explay Surfer 7.03 - 187x109x7.35 mm, weight - 260 grams

Screen

The display diagonal is seven inches, the resolution is 1280x800 pixels, the matrix type is TFT-IPS, multi-touch is supported up to five simultaneous touches.

The screen is covered with a high-quality protective film that makes it easier to slide your finger. I don't recommend filming as the display doesn't have an oleophobic coating and you'll be uncomfortable using apps that require gestures.

The screen is covered with a high-quality protective film that makes it easier to slide your finger. I do not recommend removing the film, since the display does not have an oleophobic coating and you will be uncomfortable use apps that require gestures.

The screen has good viewing angles, a good level of brightness and clarity of the picture, in general, the emotions from the display are only positive. The only thing I didn't like was that they greatly reduced the size of the status bar, because of this, the small font from it looks grainy.

Operating system

The tablet runs on Android 4.2.2, the manufacturer has changed almost nothing in the operating system (and thank God).

The only new feature is battery information in the status bar. I can only approve of this addition.

Of the shortcomings, it is worth noting a small dock in the launcher and a toggle switch with data transfer, although in fact there is no slot for a SIM card in the tablet.

Performance

The device uses the Allwinner A31 chipset with a 1GHz quad-core processor and PowerVR 544MP video accelerator. The amount of RAM is 1 GB, the capacity of the internal drive is 8 GB (about 5 GB is available to the user).

The power of the tablet is perfectly enough for everyday work and watching videos in resolutions up to FullHD inclusive. There are no complaints about most of the “toys”, only the latest Asphalt 8 and Riptide 2 GP slow down. However, a small amount of internal memory will not allow you to install a large number of "heavy" games.

Work offline

The tablet has a 3000 mAh non-removable battery. Capacity, to put it mildly, is modest. But let's move on to specific numbers.

In reading mode (brightness 30%, airplane mode on), the tablet ran out of power in 4 hours and 45 minutes.

In video mode, the device lasted 2 hours and 20 minutes (maximum brightness, airplane mode on).

If we talk about everyday use, then be prepared for the fact that the device will have to be charged almost every day, especially if you use a browser, because in web surfing mode, the tablet is discharged at a rate of 10% in 10 minutes.

Camera

The tablet has two cameras - a 2 MP main camera and a 0.3 MP front camera. There is not much to say about the main camera, except for the fact that it is there: the quality of the pictures is predictably low, there is no autofocus.


The front one is perfect for Skype video calls.

Wireless interfaces

The tablet has Wi-Fi (b/g/n) and Bluetooth 2.1 EDR. There are no complaints about the work of the modules.

Conclusion

The recommended price for the Lexand A702 is 5,000 rubles. For the money, you get a thin 7-inch aluminum tablet with a good screen, quad-core processor and mediocre battery life.

However, for 6,000 rubles you can already buy the Asus MemoPad HD7, which is better than the Lexand in question in many respects. This, of course, is about battery life, a normal camera and brand name.

It is interesting that similar offers from other manufacturers, but with a dual-core processor, cost around 3,500-4,000 rubles (Explay Surfer 7.03, Fly IQ320). Is it worth overpaying 1,500 rubles for a quad-core processor? In my opinion, no. If the price of the A702 drops to 4,000-4,500 rubles, then it will be a good offer, but it makes little sense to take it for 5,000 rubles. By the way, there are other offers from B-brands with similar characteristics and for the same price. You should not consider them either, since the difference with the same Asus Memo Pad HD7 is already very large.