Lets Talk "Android" Tablets

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Jul 27, 2010 12:09:04 PM via Website

Well, what tablets are available in your area, or are you ordering online? Also, do you have a price range?

I have tested an Archos 7 Home tablet, and it worked ok, but the device wasn't responding yesterday, and I'm not sure why, so take that as you will.

From what I have read, the tablets don't yet have access to the whole Android Market because of the fact they are not always phones, and Google won't give them support. However, that may be changing soon. http://www.androidpit.com/en/android/blog/392577/Google-To-Allow-Tablets-Access-To-Android-Market

Jul 28, 2010 6:54:38 AM via Website

Ok... just purchased the SmartQ V7 7" Android Tablet on ebay.

Item description:



SmartQ Q7 supports 3 systems, including Ubuntu Linux, Android 2.1 and Windows CE.



Supports 1080P videos, HDMI output and PPS Streaming TV.



Screen : The device has a 7.0 inch 800*480 16m colors touch screen

CPU : ARM11 architecture 667MHz CPU.

RAM : 256MB DDRII high speed.

Connectivity : V7 has 802.11b/g WiFi and Bluetooth2.0+EDR. V7 can be connected via 3G network but 3G connection is not guaranteed due to the telecommunication format of different countries.

Video Capability : V7 supports 1080P vidoe in the format of AVI, MKV((XVID/px/H.264), MOV, TS, M2TS, RM/RMVB, FLV, WMV, 3GP, MPEG, DAT, MP4.

Ebook Reading Capability : TXT、PDF、HTML、CHM、RTF

Storage : V7 MID has a built in 2GB flash memory (128MB for free usage) and supports external SD/SDHC card extending the capacity to 32GB.

— modified on Jul 28, 2010 7:05:34 AM

Jul 28, 2010 7:13:27 AM via Website

Faq

Q: Can I use Android Market on this device?

A: In order to qualify for Android Market, the device must have a camera and an accelerometer.

SmartQ devices currently does not have these.
However, you can still download thousands of Apps from 3rd party sites such as www.slideme.org, andappstore.com, and androidfreeware.org. plus many more.

A couple of them works just like the Android Market and lets you download straight to your device.

Slideme.org is a really good one.

— modified on Jul 28, 2010 7:14:00 AM

Aug 29, 2010 6:27:57 PM via Website

Has any one tested the 10.1" Google Android APAD Wi-Fi ROCKCHIP USB Tablet PC?
I am looking at getting a Android Tablet, and was wondering what you guys thought of this one, good, bad, is there a better one in the price range $200 to $250?


CPU:rockchip 2808 (ARM926EJC+DSP) 600mhz/1GHZ
Memory RAM DDR2 128MB
Memory ROM(flash):MLC NAND 2GB
Webcom:N/A
MIC:MIC bulit in

Memory Solt:TF2GB/4GB/8GB/16GB/32GB Nand Flash
LCD Screen:10.1 inch TFT (1024x600)16:9
TOUCH:resistive touch panel
USB Slot:30PIN USB2.0 Max Speed 480Mbps/s
Audio slot:yes 3.5mm
DC in: One charging slot
Sound effect:Audio build-in 0.5w*1 stereo sparkers
Charging bettery:5000 mAH / 3.7V (Li-On rechargeable)
Power Adaptor:220V Input, 5V DC Output, 2A
WIFI:CSR / MARVELL WIFI B/G/N 802.11 b/g
3G: Optional for custom-make
G-Sensor:Yes
Button: Power key,Front Face Home button,Side face Power,Volume buttons +/-,Reset Key
OS:Google Android 1.5
INPUT:Soft Keyboard
Browser:Google Browser
Vedio Format:MPEG1,MPEG2,WMV9, MPEG4-SP,ASF,DIVX,H.263,H.264,RMVB,MOV 1080P

Audio Format:WMA,MP3,WAV,OOG,AAC,EAAC
Picture Format:JPG GIF BMP PNG

Aug 30, 2010 11:05:04 AM via Website

The Samsung Galaxy Tab should be revealed on Thursday (and we will be there with a hands-on), so if you are willing to wait that long for an announcement, you may have a winner on your hands with that one. No word yet on the price of it, though.

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Sep 1, 2010 7:04:13 AM via Website

James Krueger
Thanks Doug, Yes i can wait.

By the way, the tablet you posted above has some really good specs (especially the battery.) The RAM is definitely lacking in my opinion, which may make things a bit slower. It also appears that 3G connectivity is an option somehow, but doesn't go into detail. Is the ability to access the 3G network and make phone calls a requirement?

Sep 1, 2010 8:05:30 AM via Website

No, access to 3G networks and the ability to make phone calls is not a requirement? I did over look the low amount of RAM, thanks for pointing that out.

Jan 5, 2014 3:16:37 AM via App

before you buy tablet, you must ask yourself whether you are gaming type person or not. if yes, are you play high end game? if yes, you might look for snapdragon 600 or 800 or nvidia tegra 4 and above. you must check 1g or above for RAM. storage must be 32g and above. never buy single or dual core. lastly, check on battery.