Good quality 4.3" inch tablet pc?

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  1. Ry024

    Ry024 Member

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    I'm looking to buy a tablet pc. I'm really new to this and see lots of posts about fake android markets from Chinese sellers. The tablet PC I'm looking to get is something similar to an Ipod Touch but have no idea where to start looking for this from a quality seller.
    I'm looking for the size to be small, like 4.3" - 5" so I could use this as an on the go tablet, and the 7"+ tablets look to big to fit in a pocket. Does anyone have any suggestions?
    Edit- Has anyone heard of this tablet? The stated specs look fairly good.

    T22 Android 2.3 Tablet PC Features:

    CPU: Xinwu F20 800Mhz
    OS: Google Android 2.3
    RAM: 512MB DDR2
    Storage: 8GB
    Support TF card extend 16GB max
    Display: 5 inch TFT LCD resistive touch panel 800*480
    Battery: 2400mAh
    Networking: Wifi 802.11 b/g/n

    T22 Android 2.3 Tablet PC Specifications:
     
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  2. gurgle

    gurgle Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Better question What don't I own, Oh a generic APAD
    Do not know about this one. There until recently only three upper tier Android Tablets of that size. And as far as I am aware, it is now two. The original three were:
    Archos 5 - OOP Android 1.6 Size 256M/16Gb 32Gb 500Gb Net 802.11B/G Market-After manual Market install
    Archos 43 - Android 2.2 Size 256M/ 8Gb 16Gb Net 802.11B/G/Pseudo-N Market-After manual Market install
    Dell Streak 5 - OOP Android 1.5/2.1 Size 256M/16Gb Net 802.11B/G Market-After manual Market install

    And there is a Samsung unit which is new but I have not seen it or handled it.
    The primary problem with most smaller units has been weak wireless and dim screens. They had been resistive screen type. Some had also battery consumption issues (Dell)

    Best of luck. I like smaller footprints as I still use my Archos 5 a lot.
     
  3. Ry024

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    Has anyone ever heard/used this one? They are running about 140$ with shipping.

    ReferenceWindow N50, Yuandao N50
    Operating SystemAndroid 2.3 Gingerbread with Android 3.0 Skin
    CPURockchip RK2918
    CPU Frequency1Ghz
    GPUVivante GC800
    RAM512 MB
    RAM TypeDDR3
    Internal Memory8 GB
    Card ReadermicroSD Card / TF Card 32GB Max.
    Camera / WebcamYes
    Camera / WebcamFront 0.3 Megapixels
    Screen Size5 inches
    Screen Resolution800x480 pixels
    Screen TypeCapacitive
    Multitouch ScreenYes
    HDMI OutputNo
    HD Video SupportFull HD 1080p
    Android Market SupportYes
    Adobe Flash SupportYes
    I/O PortsHeadphone Jack, TF Card Slot, Mini USB OTG, Mini USB Host
    WiFi Standard802.11 b/g
    Ethernet Port (RJ45)No
    3GNo
    GPSNo
    BluetoothNo
    GSM FunctionNo
    G-SensorYes
    FM FunctionNo
    MicrophoneYes (integrated)
    Built-in SpeakersYes
    Battery Capacity3200 mAh
    Battery Life5 hours video, 20 hours audio
    ColorBlack front and White back
    LanguageMultilingual
    Package ContentCharger, USB Cable, Earphones, User Guide
    Dimension137.6 x 89.9 x 12.9mm
    Weight224g
    Warranty1 Year
     
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    I have an Archos 43 and it works great as a portable tablet. It's a little larger than an ipod touch easily fits in your pocket.
     

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