VeeDee D10DC review – Dual core 7 inch tab with Jelly Bean OS

The VeeDee D10DC is a 7 inch tablet running on the Jelly Bean 4.1 OS powered by a dual core Rockchip30 board coupled with Mali 400 GPU. This tablet is priced at Rs. 5,990.

Box pack
It’s a simple box pack without any specifications or model number mentioned. Inside you will find the tablet, power adapter, user manual and USB to micro USB cable. There are no earphones included.

D10DC Hardware
This tablet sports a 7 inch capacitive touch screen with 1024×600 pixel resolution with 1GB DDR3 RAM and 8GB internal storage. The tab comes with HDMI and micro USB ports. It also houses a 3.5mm jack, G-Sensors, Wi-Fi, Micro SD slot and a front VGA camera. External 3G dongle is supported.

Design
The tab is light weight and pretty slim with an 11.5mm thickness. There is very little space around the 7 inch screen which makes the tab look even smaller. There are no physical or touch sensitive buttons on the front side. There is 0.3MP camera on the top left corner.  The power / lock button and volume rockers on the top side.  Rear side is glossy white and the front is black colour. The tab looks elegant, slim and smaller that other 7 inch tabs.

VeeDee D10dc box pack

Display
It’s 7 inch with 1024×600 pixel but cause of on-screen navigation buttons you get 1024×552 pixel. The viewing angle is not good, the default background is hard to see when you change the angle even a bit and the fonts are not sharp, you will clearly notice that. Change the background and increase the fond size will fix this issue, however you cannot do anything about the viewing angle. If you tilt the handset a little bit (the bottom side toward you and the top side away) you will not be able to see the screen. Check the review video.

VeeDee D10dc menu

Performance
The CPU is dual core clocked at 1.6GHz (Rockchip RK30board) with Mali 400 MP GPU. The performance is really good.

Benchmark scores

  • Quadrant Benchmark: 4054.
  • Antutu Benchmark:11886.
  • Nenamark2 : 55.4fps.
  • Linpack: Single 44, Multi 68.
  • Multi touch: 5 point.

There was no lag in performance. The touch is smooth and responsive. The sound is a bit low.

  • 873MB storage is free for apps.
  • 5.3GB free internal storage.
  • Of the 1GB RAM you get around 566 MB free.

Gaming
We already seen the power of Mali 400 and many of the users are well aware of its capabilities. Needless to say the hardware can play many HD games.

Battery
The battery mAh is unknown but on a single charge the tab will last for a max 2 to 3 hours. So in all the battery performance is not that impressive.

VeeDee D10DC review
Powerful dual core tab with a price tag of Rs. 5,990. The screen resolution is good however the viewing angle is really bad. Add to this the battery backup is around 2 to 3 hours.

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VeeDee D10DC unboxing and review video

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