7" Touch Screen TFT LCD Win CE 6.0 AKARM CPU Tablet PC w/ WiFi - Black (300MHz) Free Delivery £ 59 @ DX - HotUKDeals
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Color - Black
Touch Control - Full size touch operation
Operating System - Win CE 6.0
Processor - 300MHz
CPU Type - AKARM
Chipset ARM926-AKCHIP
Memory - 128MB
Capacity - 2GB NAND FLASH, support SD/MMC card up to 16 GB
Display 7" high-brightness TFT LCD widescreen (800*480pixel resolution)
LAN RJ45, 10/100Mbps
WLAN 802.11b/g Wi-Fi network connection
Microphone -
Speaker Yes
Support Video Formats - MP4/AVI(XVID/H.263/DIVX)/FLASH/3GP
Support Audio Formats - MP3/WAV/WMA/AAC/AAC+
Photo View JPEG
Text-Reading - E-Book, Office word processing, Document to go (word, excel, PPT, PDF)
OS Language - English
Slots :
1 * SD card slot (support up to 16GB)
1 * USB Host
1 * RJ45 LAN port
1 * 3.5mm microphone
1 * 3.5mm Stereo Audio out

Battery Built-in 1800mAh rechargeable battery
Power Adapter - 180-240V (US plug)
Accessories -AC power adapter, English user manual
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#1
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#2
Not heard great things about Windows CE and it looks pretty underpowered. Might be ok for the money but don't expect miracles!
#3
What I'm thinking is - using it to browse the net as far as TVcatchup.com - then using wireless connection I have a neat 7" portable TV costing £59 for when I'm cooking or indeed in the bath. Does anyone with greater knowledge of this sort of thing think that is possible?

Thanks!
#4
would it be any good to use as a portable media player?
#5
Lakeside
What I'm thinking is - using it to browse the net as far as TVcatchup.com - then using wireless connection I have a neat 7" portable TV costing £59 for when I'm cooking or indeed in the bath. Does anyone with greater knowledge of this sort of thing think that is possible?

Thanks!


should be fine with it , but can tell for shure as dont test any yet
#6
i got a new 5" one from ebay last night costing £19 inc p&p but with win ce 5, but i still voting hot
#7
Benjimoron
Not heard great things about Windows CE ..


From what I remember it was the name of Microsoft's portable/mobile OS before it was renamed to Windows Mobile.

Back in the day it was suggested that Windows is made to be more like Linux in the same Linux kernel can run on mobile devices, desktops and servers.. but at the time the three flavours of Windows were CE, ME and NT.. the idea didn't take off because it was felt that the conjoined acronym looked bad in marketing leaflets.
#8
I really doubt these have got any welly for playing video media. Music maybe, video no.

These are really underpowered devices - if you want something simple for viewing low res pictures, playing mp3's & some very lite word processing or spreadsheets then this is fine - problem is everyone wants a nice web experience & this just ain't gonna be upto the job.

WinCe6 is better than v5 - the browser will be better, but still not great. Think early 2000's - at least better than Win Ce5 browser experience which is like going back to the original netscape navigator days in mid 1990's
#9
were did you get the 5" one for £19 looked on ebay cany find it
#10
I had a Binatone satnav that used WinCe as an operating system & I stuck Tomtom on it so it's not an utterly crap OS.
The processor is a bit wimpy but I should think it could handle video files.
#11
tasman23
should be fine with it , but can tell for shure as dont test any yet


Well on the TVcatchup.com site is says it requires flash 10 for windows systems and as far as I know the flash lite plugin for windows CE is based on flash 9. Not 100% sure but you may want to look into it before buying.
#12
Lakeside
What I'm thinking is - using it to browse the net as far as TVcatchup.com - then using wireless connection I have a neat 7" portable TV costing £59 for when I'm cooking or indeed in the bath. Does anyone with greater knowledge of this sort of thing think that is possible?

Thanks!


Chances of tvcatchup running on this are slim to none!! It's WinCE, what version of flash does it support??;-)

Better off using a joggler!
#13
Isn't this the same POS that Maplin are selling and is often posted on here?
#14
DVS_Dee
Chances of tvcatchup running on this are slim to none!! It's WinCE, what version of flash does it support??;-)


I have no idea, that's why I asked.
#15
i will categorically state that tvcatchup will not work on one of these, it doesn't support the appropriate flash.
[size=1](and even if it did, it would not be a nice experience with something this underpowered, better off with one of those Eken things from dealextreme..)[/size]
#16
angelar67
were did you get the 5" one for £19 looked on ebay cany find it


sorry i missed typed the price it was£10.99 i got it for item number 230484623239

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