7" Touch Screen TFT LCD Android 2.1 Tablet PC - £62.41 Delivered @ Best Offer Buy - HotUKDeals
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saw this and thought quite a good deal for people who wants a taste of tablet at a fractional price!!



Operating System: Android OS 2.1
Processor: VIA MW8505 600MHz
Memory: 256MB DDR2
Capacity: 2GB NAND FLASH, support SDHC up to 32GB
Display: 7" high-brightness TFT LCD widescreen touch display 16:9
800*480-pixel resolution
Touch Control: Full size touch operation, sliding menu, functional icon dragging
Orientation Sensors: With accelerometer, automatic steering display screen
Network: 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi CERTIFIED network connection
Support 3G (WCDMA/EVDO)
Microphone: Built-in
Speaker: 1 speaker
Slots :

1 * SD card (support up to 32G HD)
1 * 30 pin interface to USB
1 * 3.5 mm stereo audio out
Software: Chrome-lite Browser, UCWEB Browser,Fring, MSN,QQ and so on
OS Language Support for display of multiple languages and characters simultaneously
Audio: MP3,WMA,WAV,APE,OGG,FLAC,AAC
Video: AVI,3GP/MP4,RM/RMVB,FLV,MKV,MOV,WMV
Offfice Software ,Word EXCEL Powerpoint PDF
Main software:Browser,Skype,MSN,FringSupport e-book function
Battery: Built-in
Input/Output Adapter Input: 100-240V~50/60Hz (US plug), Output: 9V~1.5A
Accessories AC power adapter, USB data cable, user manual
Unite Size: 199*128*18 mm
Unite Weight: 528 g
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#1
What can something like this actually do? Very cheap but I imagine there are many reasons for that. Voted hot in ignorance as it looks like a good deal :)
#2
never heard of this company, are they legit?
#3
yes they are very good.
#4
This doesn't look bad on paper. 2.1 doesnt support flash right?
#5
Is this an iPad?
#6
Resistive or capacative screen?
#7
skyfire browser works well with this i hear..works flash on most websites
1 Like #8
these specs are

Operating System: Android OS 2.1
Processor: VIA MW8505 600MHz
Memory: 256MB DDR2

i bought one with android 2.2
processor 800mhz
memory 512.

And it was absolute cack, AVOID
#9
from hong kong though ? what about customs charges
#10
its got that add on device that I also had, tiny connection for a big bulky box, feels very cheaply made.
Trust me, avoid it
#12
not sure what screen these but assume its capacative due to the other components being quite good.

i thought it would be warmer than this, this is a pretty good price for a tablet with quite a nice screen, good enough processor and ability to go up to 32gb memory

not saying its any where near ipad or google standards but for £62?!
1 Like #13
not a chance of capacitive screen for £62
#14
Not bad for £62, would be great for a touch screen interface to a Home theater system or home automation.
#15
Laubi02
not sure what screen these but assume its capacative due to the other components being quite good.


I like that sort of thinking ;-)
#16
Rums123
This doesn't look bad on paper. 2.1 doesnt support flash right?


The CPU doesn't support flash
1 Like #17
Laubi02
not sure what screen these but assume its capacative due to the other components being quite good.


Are we reading the same specs? It's not good.

600Mhz CPU?
256Mb RAM?
Android 2.1?

I'm 99.9% sure it'll have a resistive screen. I'd say even though it's a shade over £60 - AVOID

EDIT:

Touch Control: Full size touch operation, sliding menu, functional icon dragging


No mention of multitouch = resistive = AVOID

Edited By: Koocha on Mar 18, 2011 16:34: update
#18
As above, almost certainly WILL NOT be capacitive at this price
#19
Laubi02
not sure what screen these but assume its capacative due to the other components being quite good.i thought it would be warmer than this, this is a pretty good price for a tablet with quite a nice screen, good enough processor and ability to go up to 32gb memorynot saying its any where near ipad or google standards but for £62?!


this is 600 I had a 800mhz and it was SLOW
#20
sorry guys, i thought 600mhz was fairly ok if you are buying this for general use. i was mainly basing this as a giant orange san francisco which in my opinion is pretty good for the price and can handle most things (as i believe it too was 600mhz)

and from reading garbages post, it seems like it is capacative screen!!!

may i just restate that you buy this for genral use like emailing, surfing the net and playing games and maybe a cheaper option if your 7 yr old wants an ipad for xmas!!!
#21
welshblob
Laubi02
not sure what screen these but assume its capacative due to the other components being quite good.

I like that sort of thinking ;-)

lol

well to be honest, i kinda have some knowledge on how the hong kong cheap market works. they dont just find the cheapest components they could get hold off to profit from. but they try and find the perfect border to what is "acceptable" as in - it does what you want it to!!!

for example, they have dozens of mp4 players at like £60 (this was about 2 yrs ago) where it had 16gb memory and sd option, 6" HD screen (and it was crystal clear res) - it ran smoothly and played every file incuding mkvs albeit menus were a bit bland.

but i gotta admit, they usually sacrifice the battery life to bring down the price
#22
This isnt bad for the price

if all your looking for is a email, internet browser and ebook reader then this will be fine

The battery life is probably the biggest let down on this device



Edited By: debs626 on Mar 18, 2011 17:59
#23
oh dear please dont buy this, please, i have used them they are SLOW
#24
debs626
This isnt bad for the price

if all your looking for is a email, internet browser and ebook reader then this will be fine


yes when you slide down on the screen and nothing happens or you press the letter E and the letter W appears, brilliant

use it and then make a decision not just on the specs you read
#25
garbage456
debs626
This isnt bad for the price

if all your looking for is a email, internet browser and ebook reader then this will be fine


yes when you slide down on the screen and nothing happens or you press the letter E and the letter W appears, brilliant

use it and then make a decision not just on the specs you read


I have used a resistive touch screen before, there probably better used with a stylus.

I dont think your in the best position to comment on this device if you have never used this exact model ?
#26
debs626


I have used a resistive touch screen before, there probably better used with a stylus.

I dont think your in the best position to comment on this device if you have never used this exact model ?


If you happen to have long fingernails, resistive is much better than capacitive. It's also more robust and stands up to impact, works better in cold and works with gloves.

It's not what I would choose, but it has its place.

If this is slow then it is only to be expected at this price. Hot.

Edited By: androoski on Mar 18, 2011 18:16
#27
I've been investigating budget android tablets for a while now and anything sub £100 is absolute garbage. I tried one of the etouch 7" tablets only last night and I had to resist the overwhelming urge to launch it out of of my bedroom window in disgust. Slow, impossible to control accurately with a resistive screen and buggy as hell... a waste of time and money.

If you have 100 pounds and you NEED an android device get a San Fransisco, yes you lose the screen size but you'll be able to do things with that device that you would have no chance of doing on a budget tablet.. all with a decent resolution capacitive screen. Remember resistive screens mean no decent games (no angry birds etc), no accurate typing and generally a frustrating .
If you can stretch to £200 get an Archos 70 8 gig model. It will support loads of video formats and has a capacitive screen, android 2.2, flash etc . Still at that price there are complaints about the build quality but that just shows you how much you need to pay for some decent tech.
2 Likes #28
Stop going on about screen's just buy a Nintendo DS stylus. Makes these cheap devices really usable. Great for using internet in the bath, and cheap enough to drop in it.

Guess where I am posting this from ;)
#29
limp_biccies
I've been investigating budget android tablets for a while now and anything sub £100 is absolute garbage. I tried one of the etouch 7" tablets only last night and I had to resist the overwhelming urge to launch it out of of my bedroom window in disgust. Slow, impossible to control accurately with a resistive screen and buggy as hell... a waste of time and money.

If you have 100 pounds and you NEED an android device get a San Fransisco, yes you lose the screen size but you'll be able to do things with that device that you would have no chance of doing on a budget tablet.. all with a decent resolution capacitive screen. Remember resistive screens mean no decent games (no angry birds etc), no accurate typing and generally a frustrating .
If you can stretch to £200 get an Archos 70 8 gig model. It will support loads of video formats and has a capacitive screen, android 2.2, flash etc . Still at that price there are complaints about the build quality but that just shows you how much you need to pay for some decent tech.

i cant comment on the model you bought but this tablet has exact specs (well better cos of the bigger screen etc) for £62!!!!


stop comparing it to other dviced that are more expensive!!! heck, buy it instead of a kindle or an ebook reader thing!!!

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