The Included Accessories: Micro-USB-to-USB Cable, Micro-USB-to-Female USB
Adapter, A/C Adapter and Generic User’s Guide
love to see ZaReason produce a branded
box for the tablet, but that is another
expense and surely would raise the price.
Snuggled in the box under the tablet,
you will find a micro-USB-to-USB cable,
a micro-USB-to-female-USB adapter for
connecting USB-based accessories, an
A/C adapter and a small generic Android
manual. The tablet feels sturdy but
not too heavy—definitely not cheap.
Unlike most Android tablets out there,
the casing is not plastic. The back/
sides consist of a solid piece of matte
aluminum, with a large ZaReason logo
silk-screened on the back of the unit.
The port and button labels also are silk-
screened on the back just below their
respective buttons/ports. Along the top
edge, you will find the power button, 5v
DC power input, micro-HDMI out, two
micro-USB ports, an 1/8" headphone jack
and three small vents to keep things cool.
Along the right edge, you will find a back
button, which takes you to the previous
screen in the Android interface, and the
volume up/down buttons. On the back of
the ZaTab is a paper-clip-style recessed
physical reset button, the main camera