The name for this inconnu android tablet PC, LionPad, is apparently a blatant blending of the most two hot words related to Apple recently, Lion for Mac OS X and iPad. Well, this really works, and we find this moniker is already engraved in our mind subconsciously and hard to forget about. It’s a wise decision for this manufacturer to dump the original moot and meaningless name, Wowpad.
If there is something to say about this android tablet, it might be its 7 inch display with high resolution of 1024*600 instead of dominating 800*480 and 3G voice call capability. Other features for LionPad include a Freescale iMX 515 processor, android Froyo, 512MB of RAM, 8G of internal storage, a … Continue
Before we meet an ear for mushrooming Android Honeycomb tablets, it is still time for android 2.2 tablets to pop out with rich features but affordable price due to the harsh competition in tablet PC market. Functionalities like GPS, Bluetooth, dual cameras, capacitive display and internal 3G seem to a must for tablet PCs. iHQ7 is a typical android tablet that offers us almost all we need.
Taking a modest and solid design, iHQ7 looks inconspicuous but comfortable with its sober black front and clean white back. Just as what the above suggests, iHQ7 comes with a Qualcomm MSM7227-T processor, 512MB of RAM, 7 inch capacitive touchscreen with resolution of 800*480, a 2MP … Continue
I show no shyness when it comes to my love about tablet PCs with internal 3G module which makes possible voice call. Any diction of slates related to integrated 3G and voice call will rivet my attention right away. Well, it seems that it’s my anticipation to see the merger of tablet PC and smartphone. Back here, Qualcomm chips, quite dominating on smartphones, do not march on tablet PCs in large scale. So it’s good to see that some sensible manufacturers switch their attention to Qualcomm processor. The tablet, with no exact name or model specified, is an android tablet powered by Qualcomm chipsets.
The specs for this tablet are as follows:
Processor: 800MHz ARM 11Qualcomm MSM … Continue
When it comes to android tablets enabling voice call, none but ZTE V9 and Dreambook w7 would occur to my mind first. Don’t blame me presumptuous or narrow-sighted; it’s simply because phonelets (phone + tablet) are not yet a major force and only occupy a very small number among homegrown tablet PC army. Though not decisively, integrated 3G module still constitutes a very significant feature for tablet PC and often develops to a major selling point. ZTE V9, thanks to the repute of its begetter, enjoys higher exposure and publicity than Dreambook w7. So let’s put these two side by side and see how they differ from each other.
|ZTE V9||Dreambook W7|
I have been waiting, waiting for a chance to review Dreambook W7. Now when it finally arrives in my hand, I find that it brings you totally different feelings when you see it on pictures and when you touch it by hand. I am not going to reiterate its specs here in details, and I merely want to mention threes features about Dreambook W7: android 2.2 with flash 10.1 support, integrated 3G module enabling voice calls and capacitive multitouch screen with high resolution.
It comes with a moderate depth due to consideration of its internal 3G module. Common design at first sight, with black front and white back, but it gives me a sense of substantiality. In … Continue
Following the step of android 2.2 Freescale 8’’ resistive tablet and 9.7’’ capacitive multi touchscreen tablet, the 7’’ Freescale android 2.2 tablet comes out naturally. Much similar as its Freescale iMX515 siblings, this 7’’ tablet is packed with 800MHz processor, android 2.2 with flash support, 512MB of RAM, resistive touchscreen with 800*480 resolution and most important of all, with internal 3G module.
On the right side of the front, there are three slim buttons, for Back, Menu and Home, on top of which there is also a camera and a microphone. Unlike many other iPad knockoffs or android tablets whose ports are concentrated on the right flank, the ports of this tablet are … Continue