These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.
If you are having any problems with the device, try referring to the troubleshooting page
Background and Identification ¶
The Craig CMP801 was released on -- and created by Windows.
The device is created with 8.95 inch High Definition Digital Capacitive Multi-Touch Screen. It has a 1024 x 600 resolution (16:9) with multicolor features. The operating system is Microsoft Windows 8.1 where Bing is the default search engine. Other components built into the device include a 1GB DDR III RAM for storage; front and rear Cameras; a WiFi (802.11b/g/n) receptor; Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology; rechargeable battery; and speaker and microphone.
The Craig CMP801 also has a card reader made for Micro SD Cards that support up to 32GB of storage. Other features include a USB, HDM1, and a headphone/microphone port to connect to other devices.
The product comes with a USB Cable and AC/USB Adaptor that enables the users to charge and connect their device to their vehicles or televisions. Users who do not prefer touch screen keyboard can also connect a physical keyboard to the device and type separately. It can then be used as a mini-laptop; a very convenient tool to use in classroom and/or in business meetings to take notes.The product weighs about two pounds; it is a light device that users can easily carry when they travel. The tablet can also take high quality photos.
With its advanced technology, the Craig CMP801 can support applications such as Windows Store, Internet Explorer, Office 365 (1 year of free usage), Games, Photos, Maps, Videos, Reader, YouTube, Facebook, Skype, Twitter, Music.