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Verizon releases large sized Ellipsis 10 tablet for $299.99

Ellipsis 10

The #Verizon #Ellipsis10 tablet was officially announced by the carrier earlier today. The tablet was leaked not too long ago, so its presence was well known to us. The tablet is essentially a budget device, despite featuring a 10.1 inch display on board. The carrier will offer the device on contract and at its full retail price, so customers have multiple options with regards to purchasing the device.

The Verizon Ellipsis 10 comes with a 10.1 inch 1920 x 1200 resolution display, a 1.5 GHz quad core processor (unknown make), a 5-megapixel camera on the back, a front camera of unknown resolution, 16GB of internal storage (expandable), Android 5.1 Lollipop, 9,100 mAh battery and 4G LTE support on Verizon’s networks.

Since this is a carrier branded device, there’s no mention of the manufacturer here, which was the case with the Ellipsis 8 tablet as well. Verizon unveiled the Kids edition Ellipsis tablet about a week ago, so the company has been on a roll of late as far as device launches are concerned.

As for the pricing, the tablet will cost you $199.99 with a two year contract or $12.49/month for 24 months if you take the monthly installment route. If you plan to pay the full amount up front and get it off contract, you will have to shell out $299.99, which is pretty decent for a tablet of this caliber.

Source: Verizon

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  1. After only a month of use, the tablet failed. During that month, I had issues with loss of service, error messages on start up that either the sim card was missing, or it was not a verizon sim card. Replacement sim card from verizon and working with the troubleshooting staff confirmed that the tab had to be returned for replacement or repair.
    My biggest complaint was that the internal storage size was not very large. I installed a 32 gb sd card and moved certain apps to it and would store data and pictures on it. I found that I needed an app like total commander to utilize moving files from internal to external sd card.
    The operators manual is a real waste of time. Like most electronics, I seem to stumble along and discover features by myself. I did not have this unit long enough to discover its full potential. Hopefully this was an isolated failure and a replacement unit will serve me better. I had gotten a sinking feeling when the store rep told me that this was the only unit they had on hand….hmmmm why is that when it is your own branded tablet?????

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