New Retail Tablet Wolf Camera


Nov 24, 2010
This is new for wolf camera to be carrying from what i can find. The parent company for wolf camera i believe is Ritz Camera. Here in the states they are your in the mall camera store. Typically everything is overpriced but i'm just wondering if anyone knows any more details about this tablet. A search brings up vague details about it at best.

Here's the link to it on their site.

Quantaray 7" Wi-Fi Tablet - MIDPC708 -

here are the specs they have listed

Quantaray 7" WiFi Touchpad Tablet w/Android Specifications
  • Display: 7.0in. resistive touch screen single point
  • Resolution: WVGA 480 x 800
  • Colors: 16 million
  • Operating system: Google Android 2.1
  • Processor: high-performance 720MHz; ARM 11 processor with hardware supported; 3D graphics accelerator
  • System memory: 256MB DDR2 SRAM
  • Internal memory (Flash): 2GB
  • External memory (miniSD): 32GB maximum
  • Wireless network (Wi-Fi): IEEE802.11b/g
  • USB: 1.1high speed interface and 2.0 OTG
  • Audio: built-in speaker
  • Microphone: built-in
  • Ports: power, audio, USB, HDMI
  • Memory card slot: miniSD
  • Camera: built-in for still and video
  • Battery: lithium polymer
  • Battery life: up to 3 hours of use
  • AC adapter: input 100–240 VAC
  • Application software: Google Search, Browser, Camcorder, Camera, Email, Gmail, Video Player, Audio Player, Alarm Clock, APK, Calculator, Calendar, ES File Explorer, ES Task Manager, Global Time, Google Maps, Google Talk, iReader, Market, NC Manager, PDF Reader, Photo Browser, Weather Forecast, QQ
  • Audio player: MP3, WMA, APE, FLAC, OGG, WAV, AAC, 3GP
  • Video player: AVI, MKV (XVID/px/H.264), MOV, TS, M3TS, RM/RMVB, FLV, 3GP, MPEG, DAT, P4 (supports up to 1080P)
  • Package contents: AC adapter, ear buds, USB
  • cable, OTG cable, stylus, manual
  • Dimensions: 7.6in. x 4.5in. x 0.6in.
  • Weight: 11.7 oz

Doesn't sound very promising that they are only advertising 3 hours battery life.

If anyone has one let us know how it is.


Nov 11, 2010
seems like an alright tablet but it is a little pricey
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Aug 6, 2010
Ah Good old Quantaray. The internal brand that is known for its high price and average quality during the 35mm camera days. Sounds like a tweaked VIA8505 chipset too.


Jan 3, 2013
I have a Quantaray touch pad, but haven't used it in a while. I want to check for an update, but the product claims I need to get it from an SD card. I have a card, so can someone point me in the direction for an update link. I would like to download the update to the SD Card. Thanks!