Anyone know much about this tablet?

Discussion in 'Android Tablet Discussions' started by cheex, Dec 19, 2011.

  1. cheex

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    Wiipad T97 Android 3.2 Dual Core Tegra 2 9.7inch IPS Multitouch HDMI 8Gb

    Dual Core Tegra
    9.7 inch IPS Capacitive Multitouch Screen
    1 GB Ram
    Android 3.2

    I can get one for $275

    What the catch? are these junk?

    I have not been able to find videos on the tablet displaying the use or build quality, anyone know anything about these.

    P.S. I did a search on this site but looks like there are a few models or version of the Wiipad none look like the one if the link above.

    Thanks.














     
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    that doesn't look too hot :/
     
  4. cheex

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    can you explain?
    You dont think the specs are decent for the price or do you think the device has a poor design?
     
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    I think that its a decent build, 1gb ram is nice. my only objection would be that i couldn't find any info on the company, or a site with drivers, updates, etc. to me, that's very important.

    i purchased the zenithink-280 for 230, and the main reason was because it was being actively supported. it really helps add in those extra features that end up making it alot better.
     

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