I’ve got a tablet PC mockup of TCC 8803, the same chipsets with Haipad m708. I am told that it will run android Gingerbread 3.0 and be packed with a resistive touchscreen. But battery life rather than other features is what the designer accentuates. It is said to sport a sound 8 hours, though I have no other way to prove this except that I find the tablet shows very little power consuming though I switch it on for quite a few hours. Since it is simply a mockup, there is so little that I focus on to proceed my review. What I can do is to scrutinize the design and get superficial knowledge of … Continue
As for major features, Haipad M708 surely reminds me of Dropad A8. Things become similar just because they are moving close to worse or better criteria. When it comes to tablet PCs, we are quite clear what those criteria are: the more potent, the better.
All in all, Haipad M708 shares many similarities with Dropad A8 that I reviewed shortly before. Based on a 1 GHz Telechips Cortex A8 TCC8803 CPU, Haipad also come with android 2.2, 7-inch capacitive touch panel with 1024*768 resolution, 512MB of DDR 2, 4GB of internal storage with microSD card expansion up to 32GB, a 1.3 MP front-facing camera, Wifi and 3G as network connection, with support of G-sensor … Continue