The Ultimate 2-in-1 Tablet for Students
User manual
Table of Content
Content -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2
Features & Functionality-------------------------------------------------------------------- 2
Safety Precautions-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3
Listening Cautions--------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5
Basic Connections--------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6
First Setup ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6
Create a child account----------------------------------------------------------------------- 7
Parental Control Settings ------------------------------------------------------------------- 8
Basic Operation------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 14
Maintenance-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 18
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)---------------------------------------------------------- 20
Major Specifications------------------------------------------------------------------------- 23
FCC Statement------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 24
This manual may not reflect your actual device’s operation. All information is subject to change without prior notification. Please
follow your actual device’s operational procedures.
When you get your tablet, be sure to check the following items are enclosed:
• Main Unit
• Keyboard • AC Adaptor • User Manual
Features & Functionality
1. Power button
2. Volume+/- buttons
3. Windows button
4. Microphone
5. Micro SD card slot
6. Charging port
7. Micro HDMI port
8. Micro USB port
9. Audio port (3.5 mm)
Press and hold to turn the tablet on or off.
Press to turn the display on or off.
Press to increase/decrease volume.
Press to open the Windows Start screen.
Press for quick access to the most recently used
app or most recently viewed screen.
Records sounds.
Provides sound input while making calls using
web-based apps.
Read and write files stored on a Micro SD card.
Connect the supplied power adapter to provide
power to the
tablet and charge the battery.
Connect TV via Micro HDMI cable (not included), for
switching the display to wider screen.
Connect USB devices, via an optional USB adapter
cable, for transferring data, music, photos, videos,
Connect a headset, headphones, microphones, or
other audio equipment to listen to stereo sound,
record audio, or make web phone calls.
10. Charging indicator
11. Front-facing camera
12. Speaker
13. Sustaining port (female)
14. Pogo pin connector
15. Rear camera
Indicates the battery-charge status.
Capture a front view picture or record videos.
Use while making video calls.
Provides audio output.
Fix and sustain the connection to external keyboard
Connect external keyboard
Capture pictures or videos
1. The Micro USB port does not support connecting to a computer.
2. Cameras do not support zoom or face tracking functionality.
3. A USB keyboard and USB mouse can be connected to this tablet if necessary. USB
adaptor (not provided) is required.
• Do not subject the device to severe impact. Do not drop it from heights.
• Do not use the device in extreme hot or cold, dusty or damp conditions. Do not
expose it to direct sunlight.
• Avoid using the device near strong magnetic fields.
• Electro Static Discharge (ESD) may affect the performance of the device. Please
restart the device, following
the instructions in this manual if necessary. Please handle with care and operate
in a static-free environment.
• Do not expose device to water and other liquids. Please power off the device
immediately and clean/dry
accordingly if water or other liquids come in contact with it. Do not expose this
device to rain or moisture. The device should not be exposed to dripping or
splashing. Never place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the device.
Safety Precautions
• Clean your tablet with a soft cloth dampened with water. Do not use liquid or
aerosol cleaners, which may
contain flammable substances. Do not clean the keyboard with a dampened
• Do not store or use the device in confined spaces, such as a book case. During
operation, ventilation vents
must not be covered.
• Do not expose the device to open flames.
• Please dispose of the device in accordance to all laws and regulations applicable
to your state.
• Do not expose the device to extreme temperatures.
• The user shall be solely responsible for any damages or lost data caused by
misuse, malfunction, modification.
• Do not attempt to disassemble, repair, replace the batteries or modify the
product. This will invalidate the warranty. There is a danger of explosion if the
battery is replaced incorrectly.
• If the device is not to be used for an extended period of time, charge the battery
at least once per month as to maintain battery life.
• Charge the battery if:
a) The battery level icon displays
(An empty battery).
b) The device powers off automatically.
c) There is no response when pressing keys with keys unlocked and battery full.
• To avoid data being corrupted or lost, do not interrupt the connection when
the device is being formatted
or when it is transferring files.
• To avoid data being corrupted or lost, please follow the instructions on this
manual if using the device as an
external memory storage device.
• Before use, please refer to electrical safety information displayed on the
bottom of the device.
• Do not expose the device and battery (battery or batteries or battery pack) to
excessive heat sources, such as sunlight, open flames, etc.
• If the power adaptor disconnected from the device, will remain
operational while the battery has sufficient charge.
• The power adaptor is a CLASS II apparatus with double insulation, and no
external ground is provided.
• Safety symbol explanation:
The lightning flash with arrow head
within a triangle is intended to tell
the user that parts inside the product
constitute a risk of electric shock to
The exclamation point within a
triangle is intended to tell the user that
important operating and servicing
instructions are in the papers with the
Current symbol meaning :
DC ( Direct Current ) Voltage
- The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle
is intended to alert the user to the presence of non-insulated “dangerous
voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock.
- To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove the cover (or back) as
there are no user-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to
qualified personnel.
- The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the
user to the presence of important operating and maintenance instructions in
the literature accompanying the device.
Correct Disposal of this product. This marking indicates that this pro
duct should not be disposed of with other household waste in the EU.
To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from
uncontrolled waste disposal, recycle it responsibly to promote the
sustainable reuse of material resources. To dispose of your used device,
please use the return and collection systems available in your area or contact
the retailer where the product was purchased. They can take this product for
safe environmental recycling.
Listening Cautions
• This product respects the current regulations for limiting the
output volume of consumer audio devices to a safe level. By
listening to your device with headphones or earbuds at high
volumes, you run the risk of permanent damage to your hearing.
Even if you get used to listening at high volumes and it seems
normal to you, you still risk the possibility of damaging your
hearing. Reduce the volume of your device to a reasonable level
to avoid permanent hearing damage. If you hear ringing in your ears, reduce
the volume or shut the device off.
• Do not use while operating a motorized vehicle. It may create a traffic hazard
and is illegal in many areas.
• You should use extreme caution or temporarily discontinue use in potentially
hazardous situations due to
obstructed hearing.
• Even if your headphones or earphones are the open-air type designed to let you
hear outside
sounds, don’t turn up the volume so high that you can’t hear what’s around you.
• Sound can be deceiving. Over time your hearing “comfort level” adapts to higher
volumes of sound. What
sounds “normal” can actually be loud and harmful to your hearing. Guard
against this by setting the volume of your device at a safe level BEFORE your
hearing adapts.
To establish a safe volume level:
a. Start your volume control at a low setting.
b. Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it comfortably and clearly,
and without distortion. Once you have established a comfortable sound level,
leave it there
Basic Connections
Charging the tablet
Note: If using the tablet for the first time, or after a long period of idle time, charge
the battery for more than half an hour before turning it on, to ensure system stability.
The tablet has a built-in Lithium-Polymer rechargeable battery. Charge the device
when the battery level is low.
1. Plug the power adapter into the DC-In socket.
2. Connect the power adapter to an electrical outlet and charge the tablet until the
battery is fully charged.
1. Charge the battery in an ambient temperature between 0 °C to 35 °C.
2. Use only the supplied power adapter to charge your tablet. Using
unauthorized power adapters may severely damage it.
1. The battery may not be fully charged when you unpack your tablet.
2. A fully discharged battery takes about 5 hours to fully charge.
3. When the battery is being charged, the LED indicator lights orange, and when the
battery has been fully charged, the LED indicator lights green.
First Setup
When the device is launched for the 1st time, user will have to follow the Windows
setup procedure.
Parental supervision is recommended for the 1st setup.
Once the setup is completed, you will reach the Windows Start screen. In order to
make sure the device is safe for the kids, be sure to create a child’s account.
If no child’s account is created, the child will have full access to the tablet with no
parental control.
Create a child account
Why creating a child account?
Have peace of mind by controlling what your child can access on the device. You can
the select additional limits and permissions you would like your child to have, and
interpret the activity reports you get about the use of this device with confidence. The
parental control is powered by Microsoft Family Safety.
If you ever wonder what your child is up to on the device and online, Family Safety can
help. Family Safety lets you know which websites child has visited and which apps
and games they’ve used. You can also choose to block or allow specific websites or
other content, and even limit the amount of time they can spend on the tablet. With
Windows, you can help your child use the device responsibly.
How to create a child account?
Press on the icon
located on the Start Screen.
Press Add an account.
Then press Add a child’s account.
Do one of the following:
• If your child already has an email address, enter it, press Next, and follow the
• If you want to get a new email address for your child, press Sign up for a new
email address and follow the instructions.
• If you want your child to sign in to this device only press Add a child’s account
without email, and follow the instructions.
Parental Control Settings (Family Safety)
By monitoring your child’s accounts with Family Safety, you get a better sense of
whether they’re finishing their homework or spending too much time online. This
info can help you set specific tablet activity limits for each child, including when
they’re allowed to use the tablet, which games and apps they can use, and which
apps they can see or download in the Windows Store.
You can set and manage all these limits on the web, from anywhere. Sign in to the
Family Safety website, tap or click the name of the child whose settings you want to
change, and follow the instructions from there.
Note: You will not be able to manage the child account on the web if you don’t create the
child’s account with a child’s email address.
Set time limits
There are two ways to limit the time your child spends on the device. A time allowance
determines how many hours per day the child can use the device. For example, you
might let them spend two hours a day on the device during the week, but give them
more time on weekends. A curfew sets hours when any device use is prohibited (like
after bedtime, or during school hours).
• Press Time limits, and then do one of the following:
- Press the Allowance tab, make sure that time allowance is turned on, and
then choose the number of hours and minutes that the child can use the device
on weekdays and weekends.
- Press the Curfew tab, make sure that curfew hours are turned on, and then
select blocks of time for each day when the child isn’t allowed to use the device
at all.
Set limits on the websites your child can visit
There are two ways to limit the Internet content your child is allowed to view. You
can use web filtering to set broad categories of sites that your child can visit. For
example, you might allow them to see known child-friendly and general-interest
websites, while automatically blocking any sites that provide adult content. You can
also allow or block individual websites, or even specific pages within a site, by their
web addresses or URLs.
• To filter all websites by category
1. Press Web filtering, and then tap or click Restriction level.
2. Make sure that web filtering is turned on, and then use the slider to choose which categories of websites your child can visit.
• To allow or block specific websites
1. Press Web filtering, and then press Allow or block list.
2. Make sure that web filtering is turned on, enter a specific web address, and then press Allow or Block as appropriate.
You can add multiple web addresses on this page, one at a time. You can
also choose to apply the same permissions for a website to multiple family
• To allow or block file downloads
You can also limit what your child is able to download from the Internet, so that
he or she doesn’t download a virus or other software you don’t want.
1. Press Web filtering, and then tap or click Restriction level.
2. Make sure that web filtering is turned on. Under File downloads, select
the Block file downloads from the web check box to prevent your child from
downloading apps, games, and other files from the Internet. (To allow your child to
download files, just clear the check box.)
Set restrictions on games and apps
Setting limits on the games and apps your child’s allowed to use is similar to setting
their website restrictions: you can set an age-and-content-based rating level for all
games and for those apps they can see in or download from the Windows Store, or
you can allow or block specific, individual titles.
• To use Windows Store and game rating levels
1. Press Game restrictions, and then press Rating.
2. Make sure that restrictions are turned on, and then use the slider to choose a
rating level. You can also use a different game rating system if you prefer.
The Windows Store bases its download restrictions on a child’s game
restrictions in Family Safety.
• To allow or block specific games
1. Press Game restrictions, and then press Game list. Make sure that game
restrictions are turned on.
2. Select options for specific games as appropriate.
• To set other app restrictions
You can also decide whether to let your child use other apps and software,
whether it’s downloaded from the Windows Store or not.
1. Tap or click App restrictions.
2. Make sure that app restrictions are turned on, and then choose the available
apps you want to allow or block as appropriate.
Manage your child’s requests
Over time, the settings you apply to your family’s tablet activities can evolve. For
example, your child might want to download and play a new game everyone’s talking
about, do some Internet research for a school project, or get a little more tablet time
to finish a homework assignment. In Family Safety, your child can send you email
requests for new apps, games, or websites they want permission to use. You can
always deal with those requests individually, but you can also manage them all in one
place on the Family Safety website.
1. Press Requests.
Recent permission requests are organized according to category.
2. Next to each request, press the drop-down list under Response and choose
an action.
Turning On the Tablet
Note: This tablet is installed with Windows 8.1 system at the factory, so user only needs
to complete the last steps of the installation before using for the first time.
1. Press and hold the Power button for 2 seconds to turn on your tablet. The lock
screen appears
2. Swipe-up your finger from the bottom of the display to switch to the
login screen, and then enter password to log in to Windows.
When the Windows Start screen is displayed, the tablet is ready for use.
Note: If the login screen is not enabled in Windows 8.1, you will be taken directly from
the lock screen to the Start screen.
Turning Off the Tablet
You can turn off the tablet in two ways:
• Using the Power button:
1. Press and hold the Power button for at least 4 seconds.
2. Swipe-down the shutdown confirmation screen to the bottom edge of the
display to turn off the tablet.
• Using Charms:
1. Swipe-in from the right edge of the display to access Charms.
2. Touch Settings
→ Power
→ Shut down to turn off the tablet.
Turning On/Off screen
Usually, user can press the power button once to turn on/ off the screen display.
Optionally, user can also use Charms:
1. Swipe-in from the right edge of the display to access Charms.
2. Touch Settings
→ Power
→ Sleep to turn off the screen.
Inserting a Micro SD card
1. Pick up a Micro SD card.
2. Align the Micro SD card so that the pins are pointed toward the card slot.
3. Push the Micro SD card into the card slot.
Removing a Micro SD card
Removing the Micro SD card while it is in use may cause data loss or result in
application errors.
Make sure all save operations to the Micro SD card are complete before removing
the Micro SD card.
1. Touch the Desktop tile to enter Desktop mode.
2. Touch Safely Remove Hardware in the notification area at the bottom-right
corner of the screen.
Note: If you do not see Safely Remove Hardware, touch Show Hidden Icons to display
all icons in the notification area.
3. Touch Eject SD Memory Card. A message appears confirming that
the Micro SD card can be safely removed. If a warning message appears
stating the Micro SD card cannot be removed, ensure all data transfers involving
the Micro SD card are complete.
4. Press on the Micro SD card to release it.
5. Slide the card out after it pops out from the Micro SD card slot.
Using Headphones
You can connect a headset or headphones to the audio port of your tablet.
WARNING: Listening to loud music for an extended period of time can lead to
hearing loss.
1. Connect headphones to the audio port (3.5 mm) on the tablet.
2. Insert the earphones in your ears and adjust the volume level to a
comfortable level.
Note: When you connect an audio device to the 3.5 mm audio jack, the integrated
speakers on your tablet are muted automatically.
To prevent damage to the headphones when disconnecting it from the tablet, pull
the connector instead of the cable
Connecting the Keyboard
1. Latch-connects to the sustaining
slot of the tablet;
2. Pogo connector-connects to Pogo
pin connector on the tablet.
3. Power indicator
4. Capital Lock indictor
5. Touch pad
For the sake of user convenience, this device is designed to be equipped with a
dedicated keyboard. Follow these steps to connect the keyboard to your tablet:
1. Place the dedicated keyboard on an even and stable surface (e.g. desk);
2. Hold your tablet with two hands, align the connector and the two magnetic
contacts on the keyboard to the jack and positioning slots at the bottom of
the tablet.
3. As soon as the keyboard is connected to the tablet, it is ready for use.
4. When you want to separate the tablet from the keyboard, just press down the
keyboard with one hand and lift gently the tablet with the other hand.
1.This keyboard is a plug-and-play device; you can connect/disconnect it anytime.
2. There is a white LED on the keyboard that lights on when the connection with the
tablet is properly done.
4. Since the keyboard is powered by the tablet, it has no internal built-in battery.
Basic Operation
Wi-Fi Setting
• Turning On/Off Wi-Fi:
1. Swipe-in from the right edge of the display to access Charms.
2. Touch Settings
→ Network icon
3. Swipe Wi-Fi icon left or right to turn Wi-Fi on or off.
• Connecting to a network:
1. Swipe-in from the right edge of the display to access Charms.
2. Touch Settings
→ Available
3. Select an available network from the list and touch Connect.
Your tablet has a multi-touch display. You can touch the screen to operate the tablet.
Tap gently on
the display with
your fingertip
Select items on the screen, including options,
entries, images, and icons.
Start apps.
Touch buttons on the screen.
Input text using the on-screen keyboard.
Touch and Hold
Touch and hold your
finger on the display.
Display detailed information about an item.
Open the context menu of an item to perform
further actions.
1. Touch and hold
your finger on an
item on the screen.
2. Keeping your finger
in contact with the display,
move your fingertip to the
desired location.
3. Take your finger off the
display to drop the item in the
desired location.
Move items such as images and icons on
the screen.
Swipe or Slide
Move your finger
in a vertical or
horizontal direction
on the display.
Scroll through the Start screen, web pages,
lists, entries, photos, contacts, and so on.
Zoom in
Touch the display with
two fingers and then
move the fingers apart.
Enlarge the view of an image or web page.
Zoom out
Touch the display with
two fingers and then
move the fingers closer.
Reduce the view of an image or web page.
Close an app. (Swipe the app to the bottom of
the display.)
Screen Orientation
For optimal viewing experience, the screen orientation changes automatically to
portrait or landscape format depending on how you hold the tablet. You can disable
automatic screen rotation and lock the screen in portrait or landscape mode.
Note: Some apps may not support automatic screen rotation and are designed to work
only in one orientation.
• Locking the screen orientation
1. Change the screen to the desired orientation.
2. Swipe-in from the right edge of the display to access Charms.
3. Touch Settings
→ Screen
4. Touch
toggle to lock the screen orientation, or touch
toggle to unlock
the screen orientation.
Windows 8.1 Start Screen
The Windows 8.1 Start screen displays a list of default and custom Live Tiles,
which act as shortcuts to Mail, Windows Explorer, Weather app, Calendar,
Windows Store, Internet Explorer, and other installed apps. Live Tiles on your
Start screen change and update in real time to show news and sports updates,
weather updates, social-networking feeds, etc.
The tile-based user interface gives you direct access to your most recently
used apps, emails, photos, music, videos, contacts, updates from socialnetworking sites, and frequently viewed websites. You can pin your favorite
apps as tiles to customize the Start screen.
You also can personalize the Start screen by setting your favorite picture as
the wallpaper.
Note: Live Tiles can be added or removed by using Pin to taskbar
, Pin to Start
Unpin from Start options.
Accessing the Start screen
When your computer boots into Windows, the Start screen appears by default. To
access the start screen from any other window or app, use any of the following
Press the Windows button.
Swipe-in from the right edge of the display to access Charms, and then touch the
Start icon
If you are at the Start screen, pressing the Start icon
recently used app or most recently viewed screen.
Note: The functionality of the Start icon
takes you to the most
is same as Windows button.
Swipe left
1. Swipe-in from the right edge of the display to show the charms. Charms
provide access to the system commands, such as Start, Search, Share, Devices,
and Settings options.
2. From the Start screen, swiping left until you reach the end of the tile view will
bring up the Apps icon.
Touch Apps icon
to show an alphabetical list of all apps installed on your
Swipe right
1. Swipe-in quickly from the left edge of the display to switch the currently
running apps.
2. Swipe-in slowly from the left edge of the display to show thumbnails of
open apps.
3. Swipe-in and out on the left edge of the display to show a list of the most
recently used apps.
Swipe up/down
1. From Start screen, swipe-in from the bottom or top edge of the display
to show the Customize
. Touch Customize to organize the tiles on your Start screen.
2. Swipe-in from the top to the bottom of an app to dock or close the app.
Synchronizing Your Tablet
Using a Microsoft account
If your computer has Microsoft Windows 8.1 installed, you can synchronize user
settings of your tablet with your computer using a Microsoft account. When
you sign in with your Microsoft account on your tablet, your settings, including
internet browser history, app settings, and personal files etc., are synchronized
with other Windows 8.1 PCs and tablets computers.
1. On the tablet, access Charms and click
→ Change PC Settings → Accounts → Your account → Connect
to a Microsoft Account to switch your computer local account to your
Microsoft account.
2. Click Settings
→ Change PC Settings → OneDrive → Sync
settings to see the options for
synchronizing your data and settings.
Copy music, photos, videos, and data
1. Connect your tablet to a USB storage device with a Micro USB to standard
USB conversion cable, then transfer files to or from the USB storage device.
2. After transferring files, use the Safely Remove Hardware wizard to remove
the USB storage device.
Note: The Micro USB to standard USB conversion cable is sold separately and is not
shipped with the tablet.
Cleaning Your Tablet
Before you clean your tablet, disconnect all the cables and turn off the tablet.
Clean your tablet with a soft cloth dampened with water. Do not use liquid or
aerosol cleaners, which may contain flammable substances.
1. Turn off your tablet.
2. Disconnect any attached devices, headphones, and speakers from the
tablet and from their electrical outlets.
3. Moisten a soft, lint-free cloth with either water or a display cleaner, and wipe the surface of the tablet until it is clean. Do not allow water from the cloth to seep down to the tablet ports or buttons.
1. To avoid damaging the tablet or display, do not spray cleaning solution direc
tly onto the display. Only use products specifically designed for cleaning dis
plays and follow the instructions included with the product.
2. Do not clean the keyboard with a dampened cloth.
Refreshing your tablet
Refreshing your tablet will restore Windows to original factory settings without
deleting any of your personal files, installed apps from Windows Store, or
personalization settings.
• To restore your tablet:
1. Swipe-in from the right edge of the display to access Charms.
2. Touch Settings
→ Change PC settings → Update and recovery → Recovery.
3. Touch Get started under Refresh your PC without affecting your files.
4. Read the warning and touch Next after you read the warning.
Note: Apps installed from the Windows Store are automatically reinstalled after the
refresh is complete. Apps installed from sources other than the Windows Store are
removed and have to be manually installed. A list of apps removed during this process
is created on the desktop after the process is complete.
Resetting your tablet
Resetting your tablet will return the system to original factory settings.
1. Swipe-in from the right edge of the display to access Charms.
2. Touch Settings
→ Change PC settings → Update and recovery →
3. Touch Get started under Remove everything and reinstall Windows.
4. Read the warning and touch Next after you read the warning.
Resetting your tablet erases all data from your tablet, including your account
configuration, apps, music, pictures, files, and so on. Make sure that you back
up all the required data before you proceed.
Note: Only pre-installed apps will remain when you reset the tablet. In shutdown status,
user can press and hold Power +Vol- keys at the same time to boot the device and enter
Recovery mode, for the purpose of repairing or resetting the system.
Tech Support & Warranty Information
If you encounter any issue with your device, please do not return it to the store.
All of our products have a 1 Year Limited Warranty. In the unlikely event you
experience any problems with your Kurio, please review our FAQs & troubleshooting
info or contact our tech support team for help
If the tech support team is unable to solve the issue, they will provide instructions
regarding how to have your Kurio serviced if it is under warranty.
Find more tips and information at WWW.KURIOWORLD.COM
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1. Why the battery
does not charge?
What to do?
There are 3 main reasons for this problem: bad
connection, improper temperature condition,
damaged battery or adapter.
To check for bad connection:
1. Check all connectors to ensure proper
2. Unplug the supplied AC power adapter from
the wall and verify that the outlet is functioning.
3. Check all cable connections, plug the adapter
back into the tablet, and then plug pack into
the wall.
If operating in improper temperature conditions,
i.e. the tablet’s temperature is below 0 °C or
higher than 35 °C, user should change the
location and charge the battery in an ambient
temperature between 0 °C to 35 °C.
In case of damaged battery or adapter, contact an
authorized reseller to replace the battery or power
Note: The Charging LED indicator will light 4-5
seconds later after the adapter has been connected
to the tablet and the wall outlet.
2. My battery drains
quickly even when
the tablet is in
Standby mode.
What’s the matter?
If the tablet is not in the range of a network it can
connect to, the tablet continues to send out signals
to locate a base station and drains the battery. So,
just temporarily turn off the tablet, or move the
tablet in range of a network it can connect to, or
temporarily turn off the wireless connection on
your tablet.
In addition, if the tablet keeps checking for
Windows updates even in Standby mode, the
battery will drain quickly too. This is the default
setting, user can disable this by enabling “Never
check for update”. However, this operation is not
3. Tablet is connected
to the power adapter
for charging, but still
fails to turn on. Why?
If the tablet has been idle for a long period of time,
or has just been purchased and used for the first
time, its battery might be completely discharged.
In this case it is suggested that user should charge
the battery for over half an hour before turning it
on, so as to guarantee the stability of the system.
4. Tablet does not
turn on, what to do?
It may be because the battery is completely
discharged. Charge the tablet for over half an hour,
and then press and hold the Power button for 3
seconds to turn on the tablet.
5. Tablet does not
turn off, what to do?
Press and hold the Power button for 10 seconds to
perform a hard shut down.
Note: User will have to wait for about 8 seconds
before turning on the tablet again after it shuts
6. Tablet locks up,
what should I do?
Press and hold the Power button for 10 seconds to
perform a hard shut down.
7. How to deal with
the case that my
tablet is not responding or behaving as
1. Reboot the tablet;
2. If it still not works, try refreshing the system.
3. If the problem remains unsettled, contact the
vendor’s support service.
Note: Refer to the section Maintenance>
Refreshing your tablet for detailed information on
how to refreshing the tablet.
8. Tablet cannot boot
into Windows, what
should I do?
Contact the vendor’s support service.
9. Why is the
software or feature
is not working as
Software updates may have been downloaded in
the background. Restart your tablet by swiping-in
from the right edge of the display to access Charms
and touch Settings → Power → Restart to restart
the tablet.
10. The device crashes, or the screen
turns blue after startup. What can I do?
It may be because the system of the tablet has
been damaged to some extent for improper
shutdown actions.
When shutdown, press and hold the Power and
Vol- button together to reboot the device and enter
Recovery mode, so as to repair or reset
the system.
Recovery mode, user will
have to choose an option from the menu before
going on:
Continue – Exit without doing anything and
continue to Windows 8.1 system.
• Use a device- Refresh the system by using
device, network connection, or Windows
recovery DVD.
• Troubleshoot- Refresh or reset your PC or use
advanced tools.
Turn off your PC- do nothing and turn off
the tablet.
11. Touchscreen
responds slowly or
improperly, what’s
Perhaps the screen is dirty, and sometimes
the protective cover prevents the tablet from
recognizing your inputs.
Moisten a soft, lint free cloth with either water
or a display cleaner, and wipe the surface of the
tablet until it is clean. Do not allow water from
the cloth to seep down to the tablet ports or
buttons. Remove any protective covers from the
12. No wireless
connection, how to
set it up?
1. Check if the wireless radio is on.
See Wi-Fi setting.
2. Try to get closer to the wireless access point.
3. Reset the wireless router if using a private
network; open the browser to view the landing
page if using a public network.
The signal strength is not strong enough. Move
your tablet to a different location for better signal
Major Specifications
Intel® BayTrail™-T CR, Quad core/1.8GHz (Z3735G)
Operation system
Windows 8.1
Internal Memory
Expandable Memory
Micro SD card: up to 64 GB
USB 2.0 high speed /Micro SD (compatible SDHC, up
to 64GB) card
3.5mm Earphone
Connection Agreement
Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n); BT4.0
Front Webcam
Front camera, 0.3 Mega Pixels; Rear camera, 2.0
Mega Pixels
Resolution,1280*800 Pixels, 8.9 inch LCD IPS
Power Supply
Rechargeable lithium battery, 4900mAh;
AC Adapter, DC output 5V/2 .5 A
Storage Temp.
-20°C ~ +65°C
Ambient Temp.
0°C ~ +35°C
Operation RH
20% ~ 90% (40°C)
Storage RH
20% ~ 93% (40°C)
Exposure to Radio Frequency Energy
Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the
party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or experienced radio/TV technician for help.
RF exposure compliance with any body-worn accessory, which contains metal, was not tested and certified, and use such body-worn accessory should be
avoided. This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth
for an uncontrolled environment.
End user must follow the specific operating instructions for satisfying RF exposure compliance.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any
other antenna or transmitter.
The portable device is designed to meet the requirements for exposure to radio waves established by the Federal Communications Commission (USA). The
SAR limit of USA (FCC) is 1.6 W/kg averaged over one gram of tissue. This product has been tested and complies with this exposure limit. Please refer to the
physical device for applicable FCC ID.
Restricted Use of Electronic Devices
«The use of electronic/electric devices may interfere with safe operation of some
aircraft and can be restricted with some airline companies. Please check with
your airline company before traveling.
Kurio Smart has an Airplane Mode. Please go into the Networks Settings of the
Windows Interface to switch the device into Airplane Mode. All wireless connections will be turned off.»
Battery Specifications / Cautions
Designation : 2661119
Battery electromechanical system : Polymer lithium battery
Country of origin : Zhangzhou city, Fujian province, China
Do not short-circuit / Do not discard into fire / Do not charge or expose in temperature over 60°C / Do not disassemble / Do not open / Do not swallow
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Declaration of Conformity
Kidz Delight, Ltd.
1431 Opus Place Suite 110
Downers Grove
IL 60515
United States of America
Product: Kurio Smart
Model: C15200
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
Xavier Ferrer Piera
Business Unit Manager
Issue date: May, 30th 2015
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update this manual. We reserve the right to do this at any time, without any prior
notice. All specifications and features are subject to change without notice. All
screen shots shown are simulated and may not represent the actual screen on
production units sold to consumers.
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1431 Opus Place Suite 110
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