Flytouch 2, also named as Superpad, has been enjoying popularity for over six months due to its highly affordable price and attractive features: large size, various useful ports, integrated GPS, sporting 3G dongle, etc. Flytouch 3, at the triumphant call of its sibling, has already hit the market and maintained popularity with elevation both in operating system and RAM capacity, which help this tablet perform more smoothly.
Now here comes a “simplified version” of Flytouch 2, that is, without GPS but with a more advanced android OS. The specs for this tablet are a 1GHz AMR 11 Infotm X210 processor, android 2.2 sporting online flash, 256MB of RAM, 2GB of flash memory, a 10.1 inch … Continue
Fine, black is the mainstream color for so many electronic devices, now with no exception of Flytouch 3, also known as the second-gen Superpad. Actually for users who are familiar with Flytouch 2 know well that there is only one color painted on the shell of Flytouch: silver. We are not going to complain here that how dull silver back looks on Flytouch 3. Now Flytouch 3 finally has a chance to wear a decent black suit to make his debut. Of course, I also notice some other slight alterations on this black flytouch 3.
The black shell makes Flytouch 3 appear sexier.
The material feels sleeker.
No changes … Continue
Finally, I lay my hands on Flytouch 3 and have a chance to review it. Just as what has been stated, I see no difference in the design or dimension between Flytouch 2 and Flytouch 3. The ports include two USB, a TF card slot, HDMI output, RJ 45 interface, an earphone jack, a DV plughole. Of course, the specs and outward appearance are definitely not my focus. What I am trying to dig out is that whether it can bring some sort of surprise to me. But the outcome is… Eh, see what I’ve got from this tablet.
After upgraded, no registration code is needed for Flytouch 3, saving some unnecessary troubles. Some application icons … Continue