JXD S7300 gaming tablet review

We have already written about several gaming tablets, there was a review of an interesting-looking, but sad device from Archos when we got to know it in detail:

There was also a review of an even stranger and completely unfortunate in reality device with a "swing" under the PSP from one of the many Chinese factories, sold in Russia under the Denn brand:

This time, everything is a little different, I took the JXD S7300 gaming tablet for review precisely because I had previously read reviews about other models of the company and made an approximate impression of the brand. In addition, JXD is a manufacturer, the company is located in Shenzhen and produces and then sells its own tablets. According to this scheme, more and more Chinese companies are working today, gaining fame outside their native market. For example, these are Meizu and Xiaomi as one of the popular players (although both have recently moved production to large factories), these are Ainol (tablet production) and Jiayu (smartphones).

Content:

Delivery set

  • Game console (tablet)
  • Charger
  • PC cable
  • Wired stereo headphones
  • USB-OTG cable (USB-microUSB)
  • Documentation

The tablet comes in a large white hard plastic box, but this is due to the fact that the device itself is rather big. Inside, in addition to the tablet, there is a charger, the simplest stereo headphones, as well as a USB-microUSB cable and an adapter with a USB input for connecting external devices, flash drives or hard drives, for example, to the tablet.

Dimensions

It's hard to compare JXD S7300 in size. The tablet is larger than portable game consoles like the PSP, but smaller than, for example, the Apple iPad. The device is elongated in width, this is due not only to the widescreen, but also to the large keys to the left and right of the screen and their total number: after all, the tablet is a gaming tablet and there are a lot of buttons on the case.

The dimensions of the tablet are 241 x 121 x 14 mm, weight - 408 grams. The device lies perfectly in the hand.

Design, assembly, body materials

It makes no sense to talk about the design, I will not say that the JXD S7300 is scary or ugly, but there is nothing special about it, it's just a solidly assembled device, which is presented in dark gray and white versions. I had a dark gray model on the review, it uses matte plastic with a silver coating, around the perimeter there is a gray plastic insert.

I have no complaints about the assembly - all the parts of the case fit perfectly to each other, the key travel is clear, they do not hang out, they are pressed with little effort. On w3bsit3-dns.com, in the tablet discussion thread, I saw reviews from some users that the sticks to the left and right of the screen loosen over time, I don’t know, this didn’t happen to me, although I used the S7300 quite actively for almost a month and a half.

Controls

I'll briefly talk about the secondary keys, and then we'll talk about the main thing - game buttons and their settings, as well as convenience. On the left edge of the tablet there are two volume buttons, a power key and a hole for a forced reboot (and it does come in handy, firmware from JXD still comes out crooked). On the right edge are the START and SELECT keys, most often they will come in handy if you decide to play old games on the tablet on NES, PS, N64, MS and other emulators.

At the top end there are microUSB connectors (power and connection to a PC), HDMI and 3.5 mm for headphones. Below is a microphone hole and a slot for a microSD memory card.

There are three indicator lights on the bottom left of the front side of the tablet: green is on when the device is turned on, blue is on when the WI-Fi connection is active, and red is on when the tablet is charging or the battery level is critically low. There are also speakers to the left and right of the screen.

Now about the main game keys. To the left and right of the display, in the upper area, there are two analog sticks. The left one duplicates the joystick below, and the right one allows you to rotate the camera in some games (in GTA III, for example). The sticks, in my opinion, are very comfortable - large, with recesses and a rough surface, so that the finger fits comfortably on the stick.

There are two keys on top of the right and left corners of the case, you can assign any necessary actions in games to them - the buttons are comfortable, spaced apart and have a clear tangible stroke.

Below the sticks to the left and right of the display are the main controls in games. On the left is a four-way joystick, on the right is a block of four buttons (A, B, X, Y). These keys are also handy.

To configure the buttons in games, a proprietary utility is used, it can be called up in any menu or right during the game and simply scatter the keys around the screen, aligning them with the in-game controls. The system is very convenient and very easy to set up.

It took me about two minutes to set up the controls for GTA III, after which the controls worked like clockwork in the game.

Screen

Diagonal display tablet - 7", resolution 1024x600 pixels. The quality of the picture is generally not bad, and given that you will not play many games on the device at the maximum graphics settings, it is all the more strange to find fault with the quality of the display.

But if we evaluate it against the background of the screens of modern tablets and smartphones, then, of course, the display in the JXD S7300 is mediocre: a low level of maximum brightness, minimal viewing angles, the overall graininess of the picture due to the large diagonal and low resolution.

Performance

The tablet runs on the Amlogic MX platform with a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor. Rockchip and Allwinner have similar platforms in terms of overall performance. The device has 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of flash memory.

The speed of the tablet as a whole is not bad - nothing slows down in the menu, there are almost no delays when flipping through tables or screens. In addition, the S7300 plays FullHD video without any problems, I launched a movie on the tablet in this resolution and recording quality of 12 Mbps - no freezes or frame drops, everything is fine.

The situation is not always smooth with games. Some toys run and run without problems, others crash or freeze when loading, for example, N.O.V.A.3 did not work for me. However, most of the time I spent on the GTA III tablet and there were no problems with it. Games from emulators run without any problems.

System, games

The tablet is based on Android 4.1, there are no special add-ons on the system, except that popular emulators of old consoles are preinstalled and images of toys for them are loaded. There is a Game Center program, which contains all the games installed or available for download on the tablet, and all this is divided into emulator or console categories, that is, games from Google Play are shown on one screen, on the other - for the NEX emulator, on the third - for PS emulator and so on.

Conclusion

The cost of the JXD S7300 gaming tablet when ordering through one of the popular online stores of Chinese technology will be approximately 130-150 US dollars, excluding Family Gallery Wall Frames Design delivery, you can buy it from us in one of several online stores at a price of about 6,000 rubles. Which option is preferable - everyone decides for himself, someone is ready to overpay to get a device here and now and be able to quickly exchange it in case of problems, someone prefers to save money and wait for the tablet to be delivered from China.

Despite the low-quality display and the Chinese platform, which in synthetic tests is inferior to modern solutions from Qualcomm, Samsung and NVIDIA, I really liked the JXD S7300. Firstly, this device is really solidly assembled and does not feel like a piece of plastic for some reason, that's exactly the impression I had after I picked up the Archos GamePad, for example. Secondly, the S7300 has convenient gaming keys, and it takes only a couple of minutes to set them up in most games, and everything is done very simply and clearly.

As a result, we get a good game console on Android. Yes, you need to take into account that its power is not enough to run the latest games at maximum settings, but if you like to play various interesting games for this system, and touch screen control on a tablet or smartphone is already so tired that after the next level in your favorite game, you want to throw the device against the wall, you should take a closer look at the JXD S7300.

The author expresses his gratitude to the Kotmao online store for providing the device for the test.

JXD S7300 gaming tablet review

We have already written about several gaming tablets, there was a review of an interesting-looking, but sad device from Archos when we got to know it in detail:

There was also a review of an even stranger and completely unfortunate in reality device with a "swing" under the PSP from one of the many Chinese factories, sold in Russia under the Denn brand:

This time, everything is a little different, I took the JXD S7300 gaming tablet for review precisely because I had previously read reviews about other models of the company and made an approximate impression of the brand. In addition, JXD is a manufacturer, the company is located in Shenzhen and produces and then sells its own tablets. According to this scheme, more and more Chinese companies are working today, gaining fame outside their native market. For example, these are Meizu and Xiaomi as one of the popular players (although both have recently moved production to large factories), these are Ainol (tablet production) and Jiayu (smartphones).

Content:

Delivery set

  • Game console (tablet)
  • Charger
  • PC cable
  • Wired stereo headphones
  • USB-OTG cable (USB-microUSB)
  • Documentation

The tablet comes in a large white hard plastic box, but this is due to the fact that the device itself is rather big. Inside, in addition to the tablet, there is a charger, the simplest stereo headphones, as well as a USB-microUSB cable and an adapter with a USB input for connecting external devices, flash drives or hard drives, for example, to the tablet.

Dimensions

It's hard to compare JXD S7300 in size. The tablet is larger than portable game consoles like the PSP, but smaller than, for example, the Apple iPad. The device is elongated in width, this is due not only to the widescreen, but also to the large keys to the left and right of the screen and their total number: after all, the tablet is a gaming tablet and there are a lot of buttons on the case.

Controls

I'll briefly talk about the secondary keys, and then we'll talk about the main thing - game buttons and their settings, as well as convenience. On the left edge of the tablet there are two volume buttons, a power key and a hole for a forced reboot (and it does come in handy, firmware from JXD still comes out crooked). On the right edge are the START and SELECT keys, most often they will come in handy if you decide to play old games on the tablet on NES, PS, N64, MS and other emulators.

At the top end there are microUSB connectors (power and connection to a PC), HDMI and 3.5 mm for headphones. Below is a microphone hole and a slot for a microSD memory card.

There are three indicator lights on the bottom left of the front side of the tablet: green is on when the device is turned on, blue is on when the WI-Fi connection is active, and red is on when the tablet is charging or the battery level is critically low. There are also speakers to the left and right of the screen.

Now about the main game keys. To the left and right of the display, in the upper area, there are two analog sticks. The left one duplicates the joystick below, and the right one allows you to rotate the camera in some games (in GTA III, for example). The sticks, in my opinion, are very comfortable - large, with recesses and a rough surface, so that the finger fits comfortably on the stick.

There are two keys on top of the right and left corners of the case, you can assign any necessary actions in games to them - the buttons are comfortable, spaced apart and have a clear tangible stroke.

Below the sticks to the left and right of the display are the main controls in games. On the left is a four-way joystick, on the right is a block of four buttons (A, B, X, Y). These keys are also handy.

To configure the buttons in games, a proprietary utility is used, it can be called up in any menu or right during the game and simply scatter the keys around the screen, aligning them with the in-game controls. The system is very convenient and very easy to set up.

It took me about two minutes to set up the controls for GTA III, after which the controls worked like clockwork in the game.

Screen

Diagonal display tablet - 7", resolution 1024x600 pixels. The quality of the picture is generally not bad, and given that you will not play many games on the device at the maximum graphics settings, it is all the more strange to find fault with the quality of the display.

But if we evaluate it against the background of the screens of modern tablets and smartphones, then, of course, the display in the JXD S7300 is mediocre: a low level of maximum brightness, minimal viewing angles, the overall graininess of the picture due to the large diagonal and low resolution.

Performance

The tablet runs on the Amlogic MX platform with a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor. Rockchip and Allwinner have similar platforms in terms of overall performance. The device has 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of flash memory.

The speed of the tablet as a whole is not bad - nothing slows down in the menu, there are almost no delays when flipping through tables or screens. In addition, the S7300 plays FullHD video without any problems, I launched a movie on the tablet in this resolution and recording quality of 12 Mbps - no freezes or frame drops, everything is fine.

The situation is not always smooth with games. Some toys run and run without problems, others crash or freeze when loading, for example, N.O.V.A.3 did not work for me. However, most of the time I spent on the GTA III tablet and there were no problems with it. Games from emulators run without any problems.

System, games

The tablet is based on Android 4.1, there are no special add-ons on the system, except that popular emulators of old consoles are preinstalled and images of toys for them are loaded. There is a Game Center program, which contains all the games installed or available for download on the tablet, and all this is divided into emulator or console categories, that is, games from Google Play are shown on one screen, on the other - for the NEX emulator, on the third - for PS emulator and so on.

Offline work

The tablet is equipped with a non-removable Li battery, I could not find exact data on its capacity, but there is information on the network about a 4000 mAh battery. My JXD S7300 worked in GTA III game mode for an average of four hours - a pretty good indicator, in my opinion. If you watch a video on a tablet, the charge will last for 5-6 hours, depending on the quality of the video, its resolution, and some other parameters.

Wireless interfaces

The JXD S7300 has a Wi-Fi module installed, I have no complaints about its operation, the tablet connects to my home network within 10-15 seconds after turning it on and works stably with it. Through an adapter, you can connect a “USB whistle” (compact 3G modem) to the device, and through a USB-OTG cable, you can connect a USB flash drive or an external hard drive. The last option works correctly, the tablet immediately detects external media and allows you to work with it.

Conclusion

The cost of the JXD S7300 gaming tablet when ordering through one of the popular online stores of Chinese technology will be approximately 130-150 US dollars, excluding Family Gallery Wall Frames Design delivery, you can buy it from us in one of several online stores at a price of about 6,000 rubles. Which option is preferable - everyone decides for himself, someone is ready to overpay to get a device here and now and be able to quickly exchange it in case of problems, someone prefers to save money and wait for the tablet to be delivered from China.

Despite the low-quality display and the Chinese platform, which in synthetic tests is inferior to modern solutions from Qualcomm, Samsung and NVIDIA, I really liked the JXD S7300. Firstly, this device is really solidly assembled and does not feel like a piece of plastic for some reason, that's exactly the impression I had after I picked up the Archos GamePad, for example. Secondly, the S7300 has convenient gaming keys, and it takes only a couple of minutes to set them up in most games, and everything is done very simply and clearly.

As a result, we get a good game console on Android. Yes, you need to take into account that its power is not enough to run the latest games at maximum settings, but if you like to play various interesting games for this system, and touch screen control on a tablet or smartphone is already so tired that after the next level in your favorite game, you want to throw the device against the wall, you should take a closer look at the JXD S7300.

The author expresses his gratitude to the Kotmao online store for providing the device for the test.

JXD S7300 gaming tablet review

We have already written about several gaming tablets, there was a review of an interesting-looking, but sad device from Archos when we got to know it in detail:

There was also a review of an even stranger and completely unfortunate in reality device with a "swing" under the PSP from one of the many Chinese factories, sold in Russia under the Denn brand:

This time, everything is a little different, I took the JXD S7300 gaming tablet for review precisely because I had previously read reviews about other models of the company and made an approximate impression of the brand. In addition, JXD is a manufacturer, the company is located in Shenzhen and produces and then sells its own tablets. According to this scheme, more and more Chinese companies are working today, gaining fame outside their native market. For example, these are Meizu and Xiaomi as one of the popular players (although both have recently moved production to large factories), these are Ainol (tablet production) and Jiayu (smartphones).

Content:

Delivery set

  • Game console (tablet)
  • Charger
  • PC cable
  • Wired stereo headphones
  • USB-OTG cable (USB-microUSB)
  • Documentation

The tablet comes in a large white hard plastic box, but this is due to the fact that the device itself is rather big. Inside, in addition to the tablet, there is a charger, the simplest stereo headphones, as well as a USB-microUSB cable and an adapter with a USB input for connecting external devices, flash drives or hard drives, for example, to the tablet.

Dimensions

It's hard to compare JXD S7300 in size. The tablet is larger than portable game consoles like the PSP, but smaller than, for example, the Apple iPad. The device is elongated in width, this is due not only to the widescreen, but also to the large keys to the left and right of the screen and their total number: after all, the tablet is a gaming tablet and there are a lot of buttons on the case.

The dimensions of the tablet are 241 x 121 x 14 mm, weight - 408 grams. The device lies perfectly in the hand.

Design, assembly, body materials

It makes no sense to talk about the design, I will not say that the JXD S7300 is scary or ugly, but there is nothing special about it, it's just a solidly assembled device, which is presented in dark gray and white versions. I had a dark gray model on the review, it uses matte plastic with a silver coating, around the perimeter there is a gray plastic insert.

I have no complaints about the assembly - all the parts of the case fit perfectly to each other, the key travel is clear, they do not hang out, they are pressed with little effort. On w3bsit3-dns.com, in the tablet discussion thread, I saw reviews from some users that the sticks to the left and right of the screen loosen over time, I don’t know, this didn’t happen to me, although I used the S7300 quite actively for almost a month and a half.

Controls

I'll briefly talk about the secondary keys, and then we'll talk about the main thing - game buttons and their settings, as well as convenience. On the left edge of the tablet there are two volume buttons, a power key and a hole for a forced reboot (and it does come in handy, firmware from JXD still comes out crooked). On the right edge are the START and SELECT keys, most often they will come in handy if you decide to play old games on the tablet on NES, PS, N64, MS and other emulators.

At the top end there are microUSB connectors (power and connection to a PC), HDMI and 3.5 mm for headphones. Below is a microphone hole and a slot for a microSD memory card.

There are three indicator lights on the bottom left of the front side of the tablet: green is on when the device is turned on, blue is on when the WI-Fi connection is active, and red is on when the tablet is charging or the battery level is critically low. There are also speakers to the left and right of the screen.

Now about the main game keys. To the left and right of the display, in the upper area, there are two analog sticks. The left one duplicates the joystick below, and the right one allows you to rotate the camera in some games (in GTA III, for example). The sticks, in my opinion, are very comfortable - large, with recesses and a rough surface, so that the finger fits comfortably on the stick.

There are two keys on top of the right and left corners of the case, you can assign any necessary actions in games to them - the buttons are comfortable, spaced apart and have a clear tangible stroke.

Below the sticks to the left and right of the display are the main controls in games. On the left is a four-way joystick, on the right is a block of four buttons (A, B, X, Y). These keys are also handy.

To configure the buttons in games, a proprietary utility is used, it can be called up in any menu or right during the game and simply scatter the keys around the screen, aligning them with the in-game controls. The system is very convenient and very easy to set up.

It took me about two minutes to set up the controls for GTA III, after which the controls worked like clockwork in the game.

Screen

Diagonal display tablet - 7", resolution 1024x600 pixels. The quality of the picture is generally not bad, and given that you will not play many games on the device at the maximum graphics settings, it is all the more strange to find fault with the quality of the display.

But if we evaluate it against the background of the screens of modern tablets and smartphones, then, of course, the display in the JXD S7300 is mediocre: a low level of maximum brightness, minimal viewing angles, the overall graininess of the picture due to the large diagonal and low resolution.

Performance

The tablet runs on the Amlogic MX platform with a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor. Rockchip and Allwinner have similar platforms in terms of overall performance. The device has 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of flash memory.

The speed of the tablet as a whole is not bad - nothing slows down in the menu, there are almost no delays when flipping through tables or screens. In addition, the S7300 plays FullHD video without any problems, I launched a movie on the tablet in this resolution and recording quality of 12 Mbps - no freezes or frame drops, everything is fine.

The situation is not always smooth with games. Some toys run and run without problems, others crash or freeze when loading, for example, N.O.V.A.3 did not work for me. However, most of the time I spent on the GTA III tablet and there were no problems with it. Games from emulators run without any problems.

System, games

The tablet is based on Android 4.1, there are no special add-ons on the system, except that popular emulators of old consoles are preinstalled and images of toys for them are loaded. There is a Game Center program, which contains all the games installed or available for download on the tablet, and all this is divided into emulator or console categories, that is, games from Google Play are shown on one screen, on the other - for the NEX emulator, on the third - for PS emulator and so on.

Offline work

The tablet is equipped with a non-removable Li battery, I could not find exact data on its capacity, but there is information on the network about a 4000 mAh battery. My JXD S7300 worked in GTA III game mode for an average of four hours - a pretty good indicator, in my opinion. If you watch a video on a tablet, the charge will last for 5-6 hours, depending on the quality of the video, its resolution, and some other parameters.

Wireless interfaces

The JXD S7300 has a Wi-Fi module installed, I have no complaints about its operation, the tablet connects to my home network within 10-15 seconds after turning it on and works stably with it. Through an adapter, you can connect a “USB whistle” (compact 3G modem) to the device, and through a USB-OTG cable, you can connect a USB flash drive or an external hard drive. The last option works correctly, the tablet immediately detects external media and allows you to work with it.

Conclusion

The cost of the JXD S7300 gaming tablet when ordering through one of the popular online stores of Chinese technology will be approximately 130-150 US dollars, excluding Family Gallery Wall Frames Design delivery, you can buy it from us in one of several online stores at a price of about 6,000 rubles. Which option is preferable - everyone decides for himself, someone is ready to overpay to get a device here and now and be able to quickly exchange it in case of problems, someone prefers to save money and wait for the tablet to be delivered from China.

Despite the low-quality display and the Chinese platform, which in synthetic tests is inferior to modern solutions from Qualcomm, Samsung and NVIDIA, I really liked the JXD S7300. Firstly, this device is really solidly assembled and does not feel like a piece of plastic for some reason, that's exactly the impression I had after I picked up the Archos GamePad, for example. Secondly, the S7300 has convenient gaming keys, and it takes only a couple of minutes to set them up in most games, and everything is done very simply and clearly.

As a result, we get a good game console on Android. Yes, you need to take into account that its power is not enough to run the latest games at maximum settings, but if you like to play various interesting games for this system, and touch screen control on a tablet or smartphone is already so tired that after the next level in your favorite game, you want to throw the device against the wall, you should take a closer look at the JXD S7300.

The author expresses his gratitude to the Kotmao online store for providing the device for the test.

JXD S7300 gaming tablet review

We have already written about several gaming tablets, there was a review of an interesting-looking, but sad device from Archos when we got to know it in detail:

There was also a review of an even stranger and completely unfortunate in reality device with a "swing" under the PSP from one of the many Chinese factories, sold in Russia under the Denn brand:

This time, everything is a little different, I took the JXD S7300 gaming tablet for review precisely because I had previously read reviews about other models of the company and made an approximate impression of the brand. In addition, JXD is a manufacturer, the company is located in Shenzhen and produces and then sells its own tablets. According to this scheme, more and more Chinese companies are working today, gaining fame outside their native market. For example, these are Meizu and Xiaomi as one of the popular players (although both have recently moved production to large factories), these are Ainol (tablet production) and Jiayu (smartphones).

Design, assembly, body materials

It makes no sense to talk about the design, I will not say that the JXD S7300 is scary or ugly, but there is nothing special about it, it's just a solidly assembled device, which is presented in dark gray and white versions. I had a dark gray model on the review, it uses matte plastic with a silver coating, around the perimeter there is a gray plastic insert.

I have no complaints about the assembly - all the parts of the case fit perfectly to each other, the key travel is clear, they do not hang out, they are pressed with little effort. On w3bsit3-dns.com, in the tablet discussion thread, I saw reviews from some users that the sticks to the left and right of the screen loosen over time, I don’t know, this didn’t happen to me, although I used the S7300 quite actively for almost a month and a half.

Controls

I'll briefly talk about the secondary keys, and then we'll talk about the main thing - game buttons and their settings, as well as convenience. On the left edge of the tablet there are two volume buttons, a power key and a hole for a forced reboot (and it does come in handy, firmware from JXD still comes out crooked). On the right edge are the START and SELECT keys, most often they will come in handy if you decide to play old games on the tablet on NES, PS, N64, MS and other emulators.

At the top end there are microUSB connectors (power and connection to a PC), HDMI and 3.5 mm for headphones. Below is a microphone hole and a slot for a microSD memory card.

There are three indicator lights on the bottom left of the front side of the tablet: green is on when the device is turned on, blue is on when the WI-Fi connection is active, and red is on when the tablet is charging or the battery level is critically low. There are also speakers to the left and right of the screen.

Now about the main game keys. To the left and right of the display, in the upper area, there are two analog sticks. The left one duplicates the joystick below, and the right one allows you to rotate the camera in some games (in GTA III, for example). The sticks, in my opinion, are very comfortable - large, with recesses and a rough surface, so that the finger fits comfortably on the stick.

There are two keys on top of the right and left corners of the case, you can assign any necessary actions in games to them - the buttons are comfortable, spaced apart and have a clear tangible stroke.

Below the sticks to the left and right of the display are the main controls in games. On the left is a four-way joystick, on the right is a block of four buttons (A, B, X, Y). These keys are also handy.

To configure the buttons in games, a proprietary utility is used, it can be called up in any menu or right during the game and simply scatter the keys around the screen, aligning them with the in-game controls. The system is very convenient and very easy to set up.

It took me about two minutes to set up the controls for GTA III, after which the controls worked like clockwork in the game.

Screen

Diagonal display tablet - 7", resolution 1024x600 pixels. The quality of the picture is generally not bad, and given that you will not play many games on the device at the maximum graphics settings, it is all the more strange to find fault with the quality of the display.

But if we evaluate it against the background of the screens of modern tablets and smartphones, then, of course, the display in the JXD S7300 is mediocre: a low level of maximum brightness, minimal viewing angles, the overall graininess of the picture due to the large diagonal and low resolution.

Performance

The tablet runs on the Amlogic MX platform with a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor. Rockchip and Allwinner have similar platforms in terms of overall performance. The device has 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of flash memory.

The speed of the tablet as a whole is not bad - nothing slows down in the menu, there are almost no delays when flipping through tables or screens. In addition, the S7300 plays FullHD video without any problems, I launched a movie on the tablet in this resolution and recording quality of 12 Mbps - no freezes or frame drops, everything is fine.

The situation is not always smooth with games. Some toys run and run without problems, others crash or freeze when loading, for example, N.O.V.A.3 did not work for me. However, most of the time I spent on the GTA III tablet and there were no problems with it. Games from emulators run without any problems.

System, games

The tablet is based on Android 4.1, there are no special add-ons on the system, except that popular emulators of old consoles are preinstalled and images of toys for them are loaded. There is a Game Center program, which contains all the games installed or available for download on the tablet, and all this is divided into emulator or console categories, that is, games from Google Play are shown on one screen, on the other - for the NEX emulator, on the third - for PS emulator and so on.

Offline work

The tablet is equipped with a non-removable Li battery, I could not find exact data on its capacity, but there is information on the network about a 4000 mAh battery. My JXD S7300 worked in GTA III game mode for an average of four hours - a pretty good indicator, in my opinion. If you watch a video on a tablet, the charge will last for 5-6 hours, depending on the quality of the video, its resolution, and some other parameters.

Wireless interfaces

The JXD S7300 has a Wi-Fi module installed, I have no complaints about its operation, the tablet connects to my home network within 10-15 seconds after turning it on and works stably with it. Through an adapter, you can connect a “USB whistle” (compact 3G modem) to the device, and through a USB-OTG cable, you can connect a USB flash drive or an external hard drive. The last option works correctly, the tablet immediately detects external media and allows you to work with it.

Conclusion

The cost of the JXD S7300 gaming tablet when ordering through one of the popular online stores of Chinese technology will be approximately 130-150 US dollars, excluding Family Gallery Wall Frames Design delivery, you can buy it from us in one of several online stores for a price of about 6,000 rubles. Which option is preferable - everyone decides for himself, someone is ready to overpay to get a device here and now and be able to quickly exchange it in case of problems, someone prefers to save money and wait for the tablet to be delivered from China.

The cost of the JXD S7300 gaming tablet when ordering through one of the popular online stores of Chinese technology will be approximately 130-150 US dollars, excluding Family Gallery Wall Frames Design Family Gallery Wall Frame Design delivery, you can buy it from us in one of several online stores at a price of about 6,000 rubles. Which option is preferable - everyone decides for himself, someone is ready to overpay in order to get a device here and now and be able to quickly exchange it in case of problems, someone prefers to save money and wait for the tablet to be delivered from China.

Despite the low-quality display and the Chinese platform, which in synthetic tests is inferior to modern solutions from Qualcomm, Samsung and NVIDIA, I really liked the JXD S7300. Firstly, this device is really solidly assembled and does not feel like a piece of plastic for some reason, that's exactly the impression I had after I picked up the Archos GamePad, for example. Secondly, the S7300 has convenient gaming keys, and it takes only a couple of minutes to set them up in most games, and everything is done very simply and clearly.

As a result, we get a good game console on Android. Yes, you need to take into account that its power is not enough to run the latest games at maximum settings, but if you like to play various interesting games under this system, and touch screen control on a tablet or smartphone is already so tired that after the next level in your favorite game, you want to throw the device against the wall, you should take a closer look at the JXD S7300.

The author expresses his gratitude to the Kotmao online store for providing the device for the test.