Disgo Tablet 6000 / 2GB / 7" Touch Screen / Android 2.1 / Tablet £179.99 @ Play

Disgo Tablet 6000 / 2GB / 7" Touch Screen / Android 2.1 / Tablet £179.99 @ Play

Found 11th Oct 2010
Deal _ reduced price 8 GB Micro SD with this item


* Key Features:
* Multi-Function Touch Screen Tablet
* Ultra Thin Body of 14.6mm
* Android 2.1 Operating System
* Easy to use with pre- loaded applications
* View Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Email on the go
* Access to thousands of free downloadable Applications
* Full Specs:
* Screen: Full Touch 7" High Resolution TFT
* Screen resolution: 800 x 480
* Built-in 2 x 0.5W speaker
* 1500mAh Rechargeable Polymer Battery
* 2D/3D Graphic Accelerator
* Flash User Interface
* Support Multiple Audio, Video & Image Files
* WiFi RIEEE 802.11 b/g/n
* Processor: iMAPx200, 1GHz, 16KB L2 Cache, 266MHZ operation frequency
* Memory - Internal: DDR2 256MB/ 2GB MLC, External: Micro SD card (2GB card included)
* Ports: Mini USB x 1, OTG x 1, MicroSD card slot x 1 (up to 32GB), Earphone jack x 1 (2.5mm), DC jack x 1, HDMI x 1
* Format Decoder: FullHD (1920x1080)
* H.264 up to 1080P resolution
* H.263 up to D1 resolution
* VC1 up to 1080p resolution
* MPEG2 main profile up to 1080p
* DIVX4/5/6 up to 1080p resolution
* File Format Supported: Audio: MP3 / WAV / WMA / AAC, AAC+
* Video: HD support/ MP4 SP/ AVI (XVID, H.264, DIVX)/ 3GP
* Image: JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP


will wait till price drops, but seems solid one

The tablet market is starting to get a little crowded, with manufacturers falling over themselves to jump on the bandwagon following the runaway success of Apple's iPad - and the latest to throw its hat into the ring is Disgo, with the Tablet 6000.

Designed to be more compact than the iPad, the Disgo Tablet 6000 is based around a 7in 800 x 480 display - which is smaller than that of the iPad, but also lower resolution. The lower quality display is offset somewhat by the presence of an HDMI output, allowing the device to be connected to an external monitor or TV if you're watching videos.

As is increasingly common in tablets and slates, Disgo has opted to use Google's Android platform - although it is launching the Tablet 6000 with the increasingly aged Android 2.1, which means the many upgrades that come to the platform with the 2.2 release won't be present.

Flash support, however, does appear to be included in the device, with Disgo using Adobe's rich media technology to design a custom interface over the top of Android which it hopes is better laid out for tablet use.

A 1GHz ARM-based processor ensures that the Disgo Tablet 6000 has a fair amount of power, but it remains to be seen if the older Android version slows things down too much.

Source - expertreviews
Edited by: "beta_tester" 11th Oct 2010

Interestingly this only has 800x480 display. The description that the manufacturor provides focuses on its ability to output hd using the hdmi connected rather than the screens actual resolution.


In short, are these any good?

I would like to get my daughter one for Christmas?


Every tablet on the market has something not quite up to scratch about it. Maybe there will be a decent one in 2011.



Wrong one.

Waiting for the Archos 9 before I invest in something like this.

I'd wait til november...

Edited by: "northernlights" 14th Oct 2010
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