Happy Giveaway Begins! Finally, we’ve got a chance to express our thanks and interact with our dear visitors. Now we start the First Giveaway of Gadgetsbing. And I make a promise here: if Happy Giveaway receives good responses, then we will proceed to the second one, the third one… …
What shall we give away for the first time? Oh, it is a VIA 7 inch android 2.0 tablet. Say what does it have? Some simple details: Via 8508 ARM926 533MHz of CUP, android 2.0, 256MB of RAM, 2GB of built-in Nandflash, expandable to 16GB with a microSD card, 7 inch resistive touchscreen with 800*480 resolution and a 1.3MP camera, wifi, G-sensor, External RJ45 Land/USB port (… 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
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.
I have been expecting this 9.7 Freescale capacitive multi touchscreen android 2.2 tablet ever since its announcement. When I finally get my hand on it, I find it is much different from what I have anticipated. It shares many similarities with its 8’’ Freescale sibling, similar shell, design, apps, and etc.
I always intend to consider that a 10’’ tablet pc appears a little large for a female user. So this 9.7 inch tablet (0.85kg) gives me a sense of heaviness, unnecessarily big size and dreary ponderosity. There are two ports on the exterior of tablet, 2.5mm earphone jack and an iPad-like interface for charging use and USB connecting. Quite … Continue
Following the first Rockchip 2818 capacitive 5 points touchscreen android tablet, another capacitive multi touchscreen Rockchip 2818 tablet with metal shell comes close on the heels. In terms of design, specs, preinstalled apps and even price ($188), this tablet has much in common with its Rockchip 2818 both capacitive and resistive touchscreen siblings. Of course, apart from the polished silver metallic back, this tablet also has something of its own.
Much as you expect, this tablet brings you android 2.1, capacitive multi touch screen 7 inch display, 256M of RAM and 2GB to 16 GB of storage. Reset hole and three other buttons, power, menu and ESC are on the top. The ports … Continue
Long-awaited capacitive multi touch screen android tablet finally unveils the cover, labeling a price tag very attractive and acceptable: only $188. Is capacitive multi touchscreen android tablet necessarily very expensive and dash your intention to purchase one? This capacitive android tablet readily tells you that it is not often the case. It is also powered by Rockchip 2818 and runs android 2.1, sharing the most of the features with another resistive touch screen Rockchip 2818 Android 2.1 tablet except for capacitive touch screen and some other slight differences. On the top, you can see the reset jack, the power button, the menu button and home button. The ports include TF card slot, earphone jack, charger … Continue
Rockchip 2818 7’’ android tablet has finally come out. When I caught it at the first sight and then touch it, I assume this android 2.1 tablet is a little different from other android tablets in my hand, kind of intuition. OK, let’s see the specs first. This tablet is powered by ARM 800MHz+DSP500MHz and runs Android 2.1. It lands 7’’ display with 800*480, 256 ROM and 2GB to 8GB flash memory, with support for various formats of e-books. The ports include TF card slot, HDMI output, mini USB, USB host, charger plughole. The battery is not bad, with inbuilt 4000 MAh/3.7v Li battery.
The specs look rather ordinary and may not rouse … Continue
Cherry Pad America Android Tablet threw out a low price bomb, pricing brilliantly at $ 188. What a low price! You may be surprised. However, one thing is certain: it is definitely not the cheapest android tablet in the market. In the times of fierce competition and war of prices, there is no such thing as the lowest, but the lower. Facts speak louder than words. Let’s take a look at the following chart first! Price is not the only factor that deserves your attention. Don’t forget the specs! Here is the comparison.
|CherryPad America Android 2.1 Tablet||Nowsupplier Android 2.1 Tablet PC|
|Price||$ 188||$ 159.99|
|Processor||800MHz Samsung Arm11 CPU||TCC8902-800MHZ|