Question about Tablets & eReaders
Hi i have tried to ring and it says you are closed until 7am it is now nearly 10am. so not happy i bought a Equinox 10xduel core tablet from Kand co i have rang them as i am not happy with the volume which i have tried to sort. but moar importantly it is taking a very long time to charge. i feel this is sub standard in quality and not fit for purpose. all i want to do is return it to kays but they have said they will only take it back if you provide me with a ref number. i would be gratfull if you could do this as soon as possible so i can purchase a better tablet for my sons birthday thanks Rhiannon
If you use the fre postal return envelope to return it, you will get a credit. Look in your Kays Catalogue for further advice.
Posted on Nov 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
also check the compaQ menu that is the hardware toggle to turn wireless on and off. there is no function keys like most laptops.
near where the power button is there is a button labeled Q. which will bring up a settings menu like an on scree display and that is where you toggle wireless hardware support on or off
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
Touch screens on cheaper tablets are usually less responsive than on more expensive ones, but the tablet shouldn't be doing anything on its own (clicking noise, opening/closing). You have a defective tablet.
While some of the cheaper tabs (Colby, Panasonic, etc.) can be a good starter tablet for kids, they usually have higher defect rates, break down faster, and are are returned more often than better brands such as Samsung, Google, Nook, etc. For $50-$75 more you can get a more reliable and responsive tablet.
Posted on Dec 02, 2013
SOURCE: I bought my son a 7 inch zeepad tablet. He has been very happy with it. Unfortunately, his power button has become dislodged and has fallen inside the tablet, making it unable to be played. I need a c
Hi James. The website for ZeePad is www.zeepad.net but unfortunately, there is no contact information there that I've been able to find. There is indeed a link for "Contact Us" but it's not operational.
I've worked on quite a few of these tablets--never the Zeepad specifically, but you are likely to find that by the time you get the replacement power button and find someone to install it, it will be cheaper in the end to replace the tablet. I hope I'm wrong, but many of these imports are just so inexpensively built it's just not cost-effective to repair them.
Posted on May 26, 2014
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