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    Hi guys, newbie here, I saw this online... I wanna know you guys opinions..Is that good?

    Specifications:
    * CPU Telechips TCC8902 ARM 11 high-Speed processor
    * Speed: 720MHz
    * Memory: Ram 256M DDR2 cache
    * Storage Built 2GB (Free 1.37G)External Micro TF card, max 32GB
    * Operate Android 2.1
    * Video Format: 1080P Full HD / MP4, AVI, XVID, H.263, H.264, RMVB formats
    * WIFI IEEE802.11b/g wireless network
    * Display: 7" inch
    * Resolution: WVGA 800 x 480
    * Color: 16 million colors
    * Resistive touch screen: Two spot pattern resistance
    * I/O Interface: USB1.1 high speed interface and USB2.0 OTG with Fat32
    * 3.5mm headphone jack Audio
    * High-quality stereo loud speaker (maximum output power 1.5W)
    * Built-in microphone
    * Headphones / Max output power: 40mW
    * Frequency response: 20Hz-20KHz
    * SNR: greater than 90db
    * Audio format: MP3/AAC/AAC + / WAV formats
    * G-Sensor Internal
    * 3G External supports USB external
    * Camera Internal: 30W HD camera
    * Language Support: the common language of 16 countries
    * Battery Internal: 1600mA/7.4V high capacity battery
    * Adapter External: DC/9V 1.5A
    * Dimensions: 193 x 115 x 14mm

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    I don't know anything about this tablet, but a couple of things make me wonder about it.

    1. 256mb cache RAM. Really? Yikes.
    2. 2gb built in storage. Ouch.
    3. Resistive touchscreen. NOT multitouch, but some odd dual touch thing.
    3. Display 7". How bright? What is the contrast ratio? A resistive screen will tend to dim it.
    4. It has a G-sensor but does it do anything or are you stuck with portrait mode?

    Battery life? Software? Android market?

    I wouldn't buy it unless you've either used it or see a good review of one.
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    • #3
      * Language Support: the common language of 16 countrie
      lols... so English?

      * I/O Interface: USB1.1 high speed interface and USB2.0 OTG with Fat32
      How does a USB port get Fat32? wtf?

      * 3G External supports USB external
      aka, Buy your own 3G

      in short... it's a cheap Chinese knockoff of the ipad. If you buy it, you roughly get what you deserve.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Bugbyte View Post
        I don't know anything about this tablet, but a couple of things make me wonder about it.

        1. 256mb cache RAM. Really? Yikes.
        2. 2gb built in storage. Ouch.
        3. Resistive touchscreen. NOT multitouch, but some odd dual touch thing.
        3. Display 7". How bright? What is the contrast ratio? A resistive screen will tend to dim it.
        4. It has a G-sensor but does it do anything or are you stuck with portrait mode?

        Battery life? Software? Android market?

        I wouldn't buy it unless you've either used it or see a good review of one.
        yah..may be i should have a serious consider..

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        • #5
          Just wait a bit longer there are some nice tablets coming out by the 2nd Qrt (Spring/Summer) and it will be more powerful. This captive/resistive BS is just that, I am used to not having muli-touch, so living without it is nothing I know nothing about it.

          For the price of a Ipad Wifi only you'll be able to get a whoop-arse Android tab, the Galaxy is great and Dell is about to drop a 7" version of its Streak.

          How come almost no CES news here, I came here looking for more infotainment centric news from CES instead of digging through a few pages of Engadget.

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