The New Ellipsis 7 tablet

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Ellipsis 7 Tablet Review

Disclosure: I was provided the Ellipsis 7 tablet by Verizon to facilitate my review.

This post was written by The Consumer King our technology expert:

As part of my Verizon Ambassadorship, I recently received the new Ellipsis 7 tablet to review. I have always been an Apple person so for me this was a a whole new territory.  So I was excited to see what I've been missing.  

The Verizon Ellipsis 7 was super easy so set up right out of the box!  Even for someone not used to Androids!  The Ellipsis 7 has a 7″ screen which is comparable to the iPad mini.  It is easy to use and I was surprised at how easy it is to move in-between apps.  The speakers are on the front of the tablet so your hands don't cover up the speakers!  I think the thing that I appreciated most was the long battery life.  Over 12 hours of usage time!  No more hunting around for charging outlets at the most inconvenient times.  The Ellipsis 7 will deliver a crisp image and correct colors for those who love to watch movies. Have you tried the new Instant RedBox app through Verizon? Plus with Verizon's 4G LTE network I can stay connected without having to worry about any interruptions!

Ellipsis 7 tablet

  • 3.2 Megapixel Rear–Facing Camera and Camcorder
  • 7″ HD IPS Display (1280×800)
  • Dimensions: 7.72″ (H) x 4.94″ (W) x 0.4″ (D)
  • Technology formats: 4G LTE (B13), Band 4 (XLTE)
  • Android™ 4.2.2 operating system
  • Processor: 1.2GHz Quad-Core Processor
  • 8GB internal memory
  • Supports up to 32GB microSD card (sold separately)
  • Standard Battery: 4,000 mAh
  • Usage Time: up to 12.28 hours
  • Standby: up to 6.53 days

The more I use the Verizon Ellipsis 7, the closer I am to becoming a regular Android user!  That is if I can keep my family from using it!

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  1. Hello. I got the Ellipsis 7 tablet a few months ago, when we upgraded our Android phones… it is my first tablet (I also have an Hp laptop, which is my primary computer, but have been wanting to give a tablet a try for traveling and such, and am so far very pleased with it). I am starting to use it gradually more and more, and just love it, except for one thing… do you know if there is a way to print coupons from it, if I have a wireless printer?? We do not currently have a wireless printer, but are looking to buy one in the near future, and I would LOVE to be able to print with my tablet (I would say a good 85% of what I print is coupons! But this being one of the main reasons I cannot totally use my tablet yet, still need my laptop to print). ave so far found ways to print documents (ie word doc, etc), but not coupons or any other type (lol and my hubby is quite a “computer geek”, really knows his stuff on a normal basis, but still not having luck). Thank you SO much for any help!

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