Other than a larger screen, the internals of the Ellipsis are still very basic, and there isn't much RAM. The short answer is yes, they are still slow when compared to many other tablets on the market, and don't have a lot of computing power.
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Thanks for the reply, Joel. I would like to trouble shoot my tablet, I still use it and like it beside it's quirks. I'm a old dude, so not very techy. I also got 2 SD cards, 1 for this and 1 for my lgg4 that I would like to know how to utilize. I have installed them and looked at you tube videos to no avail. Our store here in Covington WA. Is not much help once you buy something. They're only interested in selling you something like this Tablet, that I probably didn't need. I do like the fact that I'm hooked up to the best network though. We also, have another tablet from Verizon, iPad mini and it's much better. Thanks again, Bill
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