Coby Kyros Internet MID7015 Tablet Review, Specs and Price

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Coby has recently introduced its new Android tablet called Coby Kyros Internet MID7015 tablet. Coby Kyros tablet is a powerful and flexible tablet with Internet and Entertainment solution. Coby MID7015 tablet is runs on with Android 2.1 OS and a generous 7 inch resistive touchscreen display.

The Coby Kyros Internet tablet is powered by an 800MHz ARM-based processor, 4GB of storage, WiFi 802.11 b/g, USB 2.0, 3.5mm headphone, Built-in Speaker, integrated flash memory and HDMI port to connect the tablet to your HD TV. You will be enjoy 1080P HD videos, photos, music, and more. Coby Kyros Internet tablet compatible with Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, windows 7 and Mac OS or Linux.

Kyros Internet tablet also pre-install with the Aldiko eReader for downloading and reading thousands of e-books, YouTube browser page to watch Internet videos and AppsLib to browse, download and install apps from the AppsLib marketplace. You can also View pages in portrait or landscape with automatic orientation detection.

Coby Kyros Internet tablet dimension are 0.48″ x 7.5″ x 4.75″ and powered with 3200mA rechargeable Li-poly battery. The Kyros tablet was only exclusively available on the Home Shopping Network with starting price at $299.99.


  1. I wanna get the coby mid7015 thru HSN. If I get this, do I need to go elsewhere for a carrier? I.E.; Sprint, ATT, Verizon, etc

  2. I bought one when my smartphone bricked as a way of keeping up with my work e-mail at home without firing up the laptop. I honestly thought once my replacement phone arrived the thing would gather dust on a shelf. I was wrong; it’s now at my bedside and is my bedtime entertainment and news source.
    You’re not gonna launch a space shuttle with this puppy but it will hold and play your music, has a healthy assortment of free/pay apps available (not being able to access Android Market is a pain) will run Skype (it’s not a phone but thinks it is at times) and is a fun toy to have around. The price was right too.

  3. PS: It is NOT a phone but a WiFi based tablet –

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