Aishuo, little heard of, that’s might be what’s in your mind. But definitely, this is not Aishuo’s first attempt in android market. Aishuo S711, powered by Samsung S3c6410 chipsets, was noted for its extremely low price when hitting market. Now following closely, Aishuo A816 comes with also an affordable price and more potent processor, 1.2 Samsung PV210, if not more at least as well powerful as Apple A4.
There is need to mention other specs. Aishuo A816 has a 4:3 8-inch touchscreen with 800*600 pixels of resolution, android 2.2 with support of flash 10.1, 512MB of RAM, Wifi and 3G as connectivity, HDMI output. The design for Aishuo A816 is not like iPad, but offers … Continue
No matter what is claimed as the most powerful or impressive, I would put a question mark on it first, since better ones will kept popping out in most people’s mind to challenge so-called best one. EROS Wings tablet can be counted a very unique tablet among those miscellaneous electronic devices. It originates from not some particular manufacturer but one person, whose Internet ID is Yoyo’s Wings. The first-gen Wings tablet was launched early last year, and the EROS Wings 2 nd generation, ie, the upgraded version has made its appearance. It shows much improvement on configuration over the first-gen one.
Let’s have a look what can be considered as powerful. The specs include … Continue
This Dreambook W7 might be considered the best domestic android tablet with very attractive features. Though labeled a pricetag of ¥2300 ($347.5), which considered a little expensive at home, this tablet is still much more affordable than many high-end tablets. Dreambook W7 has two very impressive features: one is internal 3G module, which enables voice calling; the second is capacitive touchscreen with high resolution, up to 1024*600. And we can also expect Freescale A8 processor, integrated GPS module, bluetooth, and a 2 MP front-facing camera. Let’s see the specs.
Processor: Freescale Imx515 Cortex A8
Operating System: Android 2.2
Display: 7 inch capacitive, resolution 1024*600, ratio 16:9
Communication: Wifi, WCDMA, GSM, Bluetooth, GPS
Dimension: 195*118*14.5mm… Continue
Not android Froyo or Gingerbread, Motorola jumps to the latest Honeycomb and brings out their proud android 3.0 tablet, Motorola Xoom, a device bound to rivet your attention. Xoom comes with very impressive features, including Tegra 2 dual-core 1GHz processor, Android 3.0, 10 inch display with 1280*800 resolution, I GB of RAM, 32 GB of SSD, a 2 MP front-facing camera and a 5 MP rear camera with LED flash, 720p video shooting, 1080p HD video support, Wifi, bluetooth and also 3G network (upgradable to 4G LTE), 730g of weight, 249.1*167.8*12.9mm of dimension. The battery is said to run 10 hours of video playback, really amazing.
The next concern for most people might be price … Continue
This 9.7 windows slate with 3G I will focus on today is bound to be called as an iPad knockoff or iPad clone, which has almost the same shall as iPad. I can’t help sniffing a little: do those tablets really have to take the look of iPad? Or is it really so difficult to make a big transformation on the design of tablets. I am a little cynical now. A little different from the 9.7 inch android tablet I reviewed a few days ago, this 9.7 iPad clone runs Windows 7 instead of android OS.
So many newly launched android tablets whirling around our ears, now here comes a window 7 tablet. This price of this tablet readily tells us that it is for professionals, much expensive than most tablet pcs. Here let’s see what this $600 device gives us. It is powered by Intel N455 1.6G, and lands on storage of 2GB and 320 HDD, 10.1 resistive screen, 3200 mAh Lithium battery, with support for Wifi, G-sensor, and weighs 1 kg with dimension 270x165x22mm. As for the ports, there is a USB, a mini USB, a VGA, a earphone jack, a defaulted 3G SIM slot and a charger plughole. In addition, it can give you freehand writing which … Continue