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Discussion in 'Telechips TCC8902 Tablets' started by Ungsama, Sep 25, 2010.

  1. Ungsama

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    The HSG (or Herotab RK7 on some sites) doesn't have a Gsensor/accelerometer. Its also called the G11 and for some reason they don't include that feature anywhere. It's put together really well, physically speaking - probably the best. As for the DealExtreme one, this is a really different looking tablet than any of the ones i've seen. The back looks totally different. It must be really new because it has the 8902 chip.
     
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    So 1 vote for 2nd one right?
    and did u do any business with dealextreme? if u did feedback????
    and how's G10... price or spec.?
     
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    You will be happier with the HSG X5A for better build quality, and a much better community behind it in terms of firmware support and other things. No g-sensor on that though. I checked with JT, and his CMS is screwed up there. He did fix the product description though.

    The Haipad G10 is popular, but isn't as nice as the X5a. You can wait a little while and a g-sensor version will be out soon.

    Plus I prefer to deal with JT than with DX, but that's just me.
     

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