MID7034: This appears to be a replacement for the 7033, as the 7033 is no longer listed in Coby's current lineup. Notable for having a resistive touchscreen instead of capacitive. No USB Host adapter or headphones included. 7034 High Resolution Image. MID7036: A 7035 without the host adapter or headphones. 7036 High Resolution Image. MID7048: A 7042 without host adapter or headphones and no longer sporting the Generation 2 case Coby regularly used for 7" tablets. 7048 High Resolution Image. MID8048: An 8042 without host adapter or headphones. 8048 High Resolution Image. MID9740: A 9742 without the host adapter or headphones. 9740 High Resolution Image. As you can see, the new units do not include host adapter or headphones. Not including the headphones isn't a big deal because the headphones in general suck wind. But Coby removed all mention of USB host capability from the new tablets. This means that the host adapter support was removed, either in software, in hardware, or both. This also means that if new users come to us with problems related to inverted or dead touchscreens there may be no way for them to use keyboards or mice to navigate and fix the situation. On an upgrade note, the 9742 is now certified to use the Amazon Appstore. Oddly enough, checking Coby's pages it appears to be the only Generation 3 tablet that is certified. On that matter, I'm leaning towards Coby simply not updating their pages since it's odd that only one tablet in the entire lineup is certified. Anyway, while I'm sure most of us are proficient enough to install the Amazon Appstore ourselves, Coby was nice enough to provide installation instructions here.