Monster Releases 7-and 10-inch Tablet Line

Monster is known as a leader in high-performance personal audio, connectivity solutions and headphones, but now they want to add tablets to the mix and have launched its first line of tablets – the Monster M7 and M10 (7-inch and 10.1-inch) tablets. The first to be released will be the M7, which is fully loaded with features and is the only HD Android-based tablet with Time CorrectTM Bluetooth, a feature that movie lovers using Bluetooth speakers and headphones will love, as well as including aptX for near-CD quality sound. It’s also also pre-loaded with Google Mobiles Services applications, as well as popular apps such as Vudu, for instant access to all the latest movies and TV shows.

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As far as specs goes, the M7 is powered by a 1.5GHz dual core processor, Android operating system and comes with an HD 1280×800 resolution screen, Bluetooth 4.0 with Time CorrectTM, Micro USB input, 3.5mm headset jack, Mini HDMI, GPS, front (2.0MP) and rear (5.0MP) cameras, 16GB storage with 1GB DDR3 memory, MicroSD expansion slot and up to 8 hours of battery life. The Monster tablets is enclosed in a non-skid surface that is attractively styled in eight custom “candy” colors to match the Monster  N-TuneTM headphone line like Candy Blueberry, Candy Tangerine Orange, Candy Grape Purple, Candy Apple Red, Candy Lime Green, Cotton Candy Pink, Frost White and Midnight Black (available separately). The M7 will be exclusively available online at for $149.00, while the M10 will launch later in the fall.

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Kristie Bertucci

Kristie Bertucci is an L.A.-based writer, who can't live without her MacBook Pro. When she's not writing, she's either reading or shopping (online, of course) and loves lazy days so she can catch up on her DVR-recorded shows and movies. She's definitely a Mac girl, she loves music and is currently on a mission to to have an insane and enviable iTunes library.

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  1. I bought 3 of the M7s – green for myself, pink for granddaughter, red for another. With all 3, the charging port pulled out. It took a year to get the first one replaced and I gave up on the other 2.

    IF they had not been made so poorly, the performance was awesome. They had the best picture quality I’ve ever seen on a tablet – more like a TV screen that could be viewed from any angle.

    Monster really messed up with their tablets. They had a really great product with a defective charging port and no customer service.

    All 3 tablets lost their charging ports within a month. I had read other reviews that complained about the charging ports so I was aware of the issue but thought we’d just “be careful” with them. It didn’t matter, they still either fell out or pushed in.

  2. Proble!ms since day one. Monster has no customer service or tech help. Buy another brand as these are crap.M10 sucks

  3. Why do my brothers candy apple red monster tablet freeze at the home menu and only the App Store works the rest freezes up?And my mom is gitting my brother a iPad because his is a peace of junk and the candy apple red 7 inch monster tablet doesn’t work so you parents out there don’t buy them they freeze don’t wast your money ($100.00) for a tablet that freezes

    1. Monster is aware of that issue, and if you go to the Google Play store you can download the free firmware update and that corrects the issue. I did it with mine and it has not had a freeze up problem since. With that correction this tablet shines for the price of $99.

  4. Another Android tablet to launch this week lets you use a SIM card for both Internet connection and phone calls from your tablet — and in the U.S. works through AT&T, T-Mobile and Straight-talk wireless, with 3G HSPA+ connection — the new Novo 7 EOS is well priced at $189 and offers a 7-inch HD screen, 16GB Memory, MicroSD memory card slot, and Bluetooth connection – which makes it’s easy to use a Wireless headset for phone calls; and also offers dual cameras, Android 4.2.2, built-in GPS, and a large capacity 4400 mAh battery — and you can simply use your current phone SIM card interchangeably with the tablet and not pay additional fees for wireless connection through your carrier — the Novo 7 EOS is made by Ainol Electronics, which won runner-up for Best-Tablet-of-the-Year at CES-CNET 2012.

    More on this new model a t–Tab l e t Sp r i nt–

    1. I’ve got 2 Ainol pieces of crap. The Novo 7 basic with a non – charging battery out of the box. Also brought the Novo 10 Captain. It has firmware problems, it not even on the level of my Arnovo G2. You have to be pretty bad not to measure up to a Arnovo G2. Ainol is a bunch of hype and promotion without substance ! I wont get fooled again !

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