Review of Wexler.TAB 10q 16GB + 3G

It's no secret that almost all Russian companies order devices from China, translate instructions into their native language, localize the system, and then quite successfully sell these gadgets on our market. Sometimes it happens that independent companies order the same devices, but the difference is only in the appearance of the packaging box and, possibly, other little things like accessories.

With the Wexler tablet, just such a story came out: first they brought me this device, then two more, but of other brands. It turned out that the other two are copies of TAB 10q. Since the video review was made first on 10q, I decided to write a text only on it. Thus, you can "kill" not two, but three "hares" at once.

Noteworthy - the device uses two slots for SIM cards. The decision is strange, but, apparently, it is impossible to stand out among hundreds of similar products. Otherwise, we have a typical tablet with a 10-inch IPS-matrix, 4 cores from MediaTek and a 6,000 mAh battery.

Design, dimensions, controls

Quite briefly about the appearance, since it is not particularly remarkable, except that the back side is made of aluminum. The shape is rectangular, the corners are slightly sloping. The front side is white, the thin edging is silver plastic, the thick edging that runs along the perimeter of the device is white plastic, the insert on the back is also plastic Red">.

Wexler.TAB 10q 16GB + 3G

The front panel is protected by glass, a protective film is glued on it, quite firmly, so I did not remove it during testing. And I don’t advise you either: I think that something like Corning Gorilla Glass is hardly worth here.

Wexler.TAB 10q 16GB + 3G

The metal cover is subject to abrasion and scratches. Therefore, I am of two minds about "iron" cases: on the one hand, the device looks stylish, and on the other hand, it becomes unsightly even faster than plastic.

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The Wexler 10q measures 194 x 144 x 9.9 mm and weighs 619 grams. In general, it is quite compact, but thick and weighty, it is difficult to hold it in one hand for a long time.

The assembly is good: the screen is not pressed through, the back side too, the case does not creak or crunch.

Even despite the pasted film, the finger glides across the screen well, the surface is not very easily soiled.

At the top of the front panel are the front camera and light sensor. The latter works correctly. On the left side there is a microphone, on the right side there are buttons "Home" and volume control. They are made of silvery plastic, relatively large, well groped. There are no elements at the bottom, but at the top there is a power button, a 5 V AC adapter connector (thin 2 mm, like on Nokia), 3.5 mm for connecting headphones or a headset, micro-USB (you can charge the device through it) and micro-HDMI.

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На обратной стороне гаджета слева и справа расположены динамики, в центре сверху – глазок камеры, немного выступающий над корпусом, и светодиодная вспышка.

Чтобы снять пластиковую вставку сзади, ее необходимо поддеть сверху. Под ней находятся два слота под большие симкарты (miniSIM) и разъем для карты памяти microSD. Лично для меня совершенно не ясно назначение второй «симки». Если гаджет собираются использовать в качестве большого смартфона, то это совершенно неудобно, если нет, то в этом случае смысл тем более непонятен.

Review of Wexler.TAB 10q 16GB + 3G

It's no secret that almost all Russian companies order devices from China, translate instructions into their native language, localize the system, and then quite successfully sell these gadgets on our market. Sometimes it happens that independent companies order the same devices, but the difference is only in the appearance of the packaging box and, possibly, other little things like accessories.

With the Wexler tablet, just such a story came out: first they brought me this device, then two more, but of other brands. It turned out that the other two are copies of TAB 10q. Since the video review was made first on 10q, I decided to write a text only on it. Thus, you can "kill" not two, but three "hares" at once.

Noteworthy - the device uses two slots for SIM cards. The decision is strange, but, apparently, it is impossible to stand out among hundreds of similar products. Otherwise, we have a typical tablet with a 10-inch IPS-matrix, 4 cores from MediaTek and a 6,000 mAh battery.

Design, dimensions, controls

Quite briefly about the appearance, since it is not particularly remarkable, except that the back side is made of aluminum. The shape is rectangular, the corners are slightly sloping. The front side is white, the thin edging is silver plastic, the thick edging that runs along the perimeter of the device is white plastic, the insert on the back is also plastic Red">.

Wexler.TAB 10q 16GB + 3G

The front panel is protected by glass, a protective film is glued on it, quite firmly, so I did not remove it during testing. And I don’t advise you either: I think that something like Corning Gorilla Glass is hardly worth here.

Wexler.TAB 10q 16GB + 3G

The metal cover is subject to abrasion and scratches. Therefore, I am of two minds about "iron" cases: on the one hand, the device looks stylish, and on the other hand, it becomes unsightly even faster than plastic.

Wexler.TAB 10q 16GB + 3G Wexler.TAB 10q 16GB + 3G Wexler.TAB 10q 16GB + 3G

The Wexler 10q measures 194 x 144 x 9.9 mm and weighs 619 grams. In general, it is quite compact, but thick and weighty, it is difficult to hold it in one hand for a long time.

The assembly is good: the screen is not pressed through, the back side too, the case does not creak or crunch.

Even despite the pasted film, the finger glides across the screen well, the surface is not very easily soiled.

At the top of the front panel are the front camera and light sensor. The latter works correctly. On the left side there is a microphone, on the right side there are buttons "Home" and volume control. They are made of silvery plastic, relatively large, well groped. There are no elements at the bottom, but at the top there is a power button, a 5 V AC adapter connector (thin 2 mm, like on Nokia), 3.5 mm for connecting headphones or a headset, micro-USB (you can charge the device through it) and micro-HDMI.

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На обратной стороне гаджета слева и справа расположены динамики, в центре сверху – глазок камеры, немного выступающий над корпусом, и светодиодная вспышка.

Чтобы снять пластиковую вставку сзади, ее необходимо поддеть сверху. Под ней находятся два слота под большие симкарты (miniSIM) и разъем для карты памяти microSD. Лично для меня совершенно не ясно назначение второй «симки». Если гаджет собираются использовать в качестве большого смартфона, то это совершенно неудобно, если нет, то в этом случае смысл тем более непонятен.

Review of Wexler.TAB 10q 16GB + 3G

It's no secret that almost all Russian companies order devices from China, translate instructions into their native language, localize the system, and then quite successfully sell these gadgets on our market. Sometimes it happens that independent companies order the same devices, but the difference is only in the appearance of the packaging box and, possibly, other little things like accessories.

With the Wexler tablet, just such a story came out: first they brought me this device, then two more, but of other brands. It turned out that the other two are copies of TAB 10q. Since the video review was made first on 10q, I decided to write a text only on it. Thus, you can "kill" not two, but three "hares" at once.

Noteworthy - the device uses two slots for SIM cards. The decision is strange, but, apparently, it is impossible to stand out among hundreds of similar products. Otherwise, we have a typical tablet with a 10-inch IPS-matrix, 4 cores from MediaTek and a 6,000 mAh battery.

Design, dimensions, controls

Quite briefly about the appearance, since it is not particularly remarkable, except that the back side is made of aluminum. The shape is rectangular, the corners are slightly sloping. The front side is white, the thin edging is silver plastic, the thick edging that runs along the perimeter of the device is white plastic, the insert on the back is also plastic Red">.

Wexler.TAB 10q 16GB + 3G

The front panel is protected by glass, a protective film is glued on it, quite firmly, so I did not remove it during testing. And I don’t advise you either: I think that something like Corning Gorilla Glass is hardly worth here.

Wexler.TAB 10q 16GB + 3G

The metal cover is subject to abrasion and scratches. Therefore, I am of two minds about "iron" cases: on the one hand, the device looks stylish, and on the other hand, it becomes unsightly even faster than plastic.

Wexler.TAB 10q 16GB + 3G Wexler.TAB 10q 16GB + 3G Wexler.TAB 10q 16GB + 3G

Wexler 10q measures 194 x 144 x 9.9 mm and weighs 619 grams. In general, it is quite compact, but thick and weighty, it is difficult to hold it in one hand for a long time.

The assembly is good: the screen is not pressed through, the back side too, the case does not creak or crunch.

Even despite the pasted film, the finger glides across the screen well, the surface is not very easily soiled.

At the top of the front panel are the front camera and light sensor. The latter works correctly. On the left side there is a microphone, on the right side there are buttons "Home" and volume control. They are made of silvery plastic, relatively large, well groped. There are no elements at the bottom, but at the top there is a power button, a 5 V AC adapter connector (thin 2 mm, like on Nokia), 3.5 mm for connecting headphones or a headset, micro-USB (you can charge the device through it) and micro-HDMI.

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На обратной стороне гаджета слева и справа расположены динамики, в центре сверху – глазок камеры, немного выступающий над корпусом, и светодиодная вспышка.

Чтобы снять пластиковую вставку сзади, ее необходимо поддеть сверху. Под ней находятся два слота под большие симкарты (miniSIM) и разъем для карты памяти microSD. Лично для меня совершенно не ясно назначение второй «симки». Если гаджет собираются использовать в качестве большого смартфона, то это совершенно неудобно, если нет, то в этом случае смысл тем более непонятен.

Review of Wexler.TAB 10q 16GB + 3G

It's no secret that almost all Russian companies order devices from China, translate instructions into their native language, localize the system, and then quite successfully sell these gadgets on our market. Sometimes it happens that independent companies order the same devices, but the difference is only in the appearance of the packaging box and, possibly, other little things like accessories.

With the Wexler tablet, just such a story came out: first they brought me this device, then two more, but of other brands. It turned out that the other two are copies of TAB 10q. Since the video review was made first on 10q, I decided to write a text only on it. Thus, you can "kill" not two, but three "hares" at once.

Noteworthy - the device uses two slots for SIM cards. The decision is strange, but, apparently, it is impossible to stand out among hundreds of similar products. Otherwise, we have a typical tablet with a 10-inch IPS-matrix, 4 cores from MediaTek and a 6,000 mAh battery.

Design, dimensions, controls

Quite briefly about the appearance, since it is not particularly remarkable, except that the back side is made of aluminum. The shape is rectangular, the corners are slightly sloping. The front side is white, the thin edging is silvery plastic, the thick edging that runs along the perimeter of the device is white plastic, the insert on the back is also plastic.

Very briefly about the appearance, since it is not particularly remarkable, except that the back side is made of aluminum. The shape is rectangular, the corners are slightly sloping. The front side is white, the thin edging is silvery plastic, the thick edging along the perimeter of the device is white plastic, the insert on the back is also plastic .

The front panel is protected by glass, a protective film is glued on it, quite firmly, so I did not remove it during testing. And I don’t advise you either: I think that something like Corning Gorilla Glass is hardly worth here.

The metal cover is subject to abrasion and scratches. Therefore, I am of two minds about "iron" cases: on the one hand, the device looks stylish, and on the other hand, it becomes unsightly even faster than plastic.

The Wexler 10q measures 194 x 144 x 9.9 mm and weighs 619 grams. In general, it is quite compact, but thick and weighty, it is difficult to hold it in one hand for a long time.

The assembly is good: the screen is not pressed through, the back side too, the case does not creak or crunch.

Even despite the pasted film, the finger glides across the screen well, the surface is not very easily soiled.

At the top of the front panel are the front camera and light sensor. The latter works correctly. On the left side there is a microphone, on the right side there are buttons "Home" and volume control. They are made of silvery plastic, relatively large, well groped. There are no elements at the bottom, but at the top there is a power button, a 5 V AC adapter connector (thin 2 mm, like on Nokia), 3.5 mm for connecting headphones or a headset, micro-USB (you can charge the device through it) and micro-HDMI.

On the back of the gadget, there are speakers on the left and right, in the top center there is a camera eye, slightly protruding above the body, and an LED flash.

To remove the plastic insert at the back, it must be pryed off from above. Below it are two slots for large SIM cards (miniSIM) and a slot for a microSD memory card. For me personally, the purpose of the second "sim card" is not at all clear. If the gadget is going to be used as a large smartphone, then this is completely inconvenient, if not, then in this case the meaning is all the more incomprehensible.