Welcome to another Good e-Reader Review Video! Today we give you a solid 18 minute review of the new Pandigital Nova Tablet!
This new tablet from Pandigital expands upon their previous offerings, such as the Pandigital Novel line of devices. It runs a more current version of Google Android 2.3 than previous iterations. It has a 7 inch TFT Resistive touchscreen with a resolution of 600×800. I find the screens pandigital use are flimsy and make the colors look very washed out. It is also harder to type and navigate around the device, so I recommend you use a stylus. It also has a solid front and rear facing camera.
The Pandigital Nova has 4 GB of internal storage and you can further enhance it via the MicroSD card up to 32 GB. There is 512 MB of RAM, which is fairly consistent with most low and mid range tablets. It has WIFI for internet connectivity and Micro HDMI which is a solid plus. It also has a Mini USB and 3.5 mm headphone jack.
The speaker on the back of the device is very weak and even on full blast, you can’t really hear anything. I find it odd that Pandigital is fairly notorious for putting speakers on the back of the device instead of its side or front.
In this video we are going to show you all of the applications that come bundled with the device. We show you ebooks and how they look, videos, pictures, and more! We really put this device through the paces in this official Pandigital Nova Review Video.
Markus lives in San Francisco, California and is the video game and audio expert on Good e-Reader! He has a huge interest in new e-readers and tablets, and gaming.