Help with cheep Aldi tablet

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  1. droidbear

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    Hi to all you gurus I have some questions about my new tablet does anyone have any detailed information about the medion tablet? Specificly I would like to know how to change the boot graphics and the sound
    ? Thanks for any help you can give

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    I have the same problem....so please let me know if anybody has a solution.
    With kind regards Per
     
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    Cool. When did Aldi start selling a tablet?
    Do you have a link to pictures or specs?
    Just looked for it, though I didn't find much I did find the price and I'm not sure I would call 500.00 a cheap tablet.

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    Copy paste from MEDION Lifetab
    Technical details > page 2

    Android™ 3.2
    32 GB internal memory (can be expanded with a microSD memory card, not supplied)
    NVIDIA® Tegra™ 2 dual-core processor
    NVIDIA® GeForce® graphics
    Quad-band 3G module (HSDPA/HSUPA) and GPS
    Integrated wireless LAN IEEE 802.11 n-standard technology
    Li-polymer battery – lasts up to 8 hours*
    25.4 cm/10" multitouch display
    Brightness sensor – automatic and energy-efficient adjustment of display brightness
    Accelerometor – automatic adjustment of the display to portrait or landscape format according to the position of the MEDION® LIFETAB®
    Numerous connection options: Bluetooth 2.1, microUSB, microSD/microSDHC, audio out, multifunctional connector, SIM card slot
     
  5. jimbo7630

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    499 Aussie Dollars is about $516 US and £322 Sterling, not cheap by any stretch of the imagination! What does a Zenithink C91 sell for "Down Under"?:confused:
     
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    I saw that when I made the post. 499.00 is 500.00 in my book and a 16.00 difference is not much. Still at 500.00 it is not a cheap tablet.
    I looked the tablet up back then, and it looked like it should have been a decent tablet.
    I'm just sorry the poster was having problems with it. I guess I have just been lucky with my tablets. All have worked well, though in the end I sold some because I bought bigger devices and needed money to cover the cost.
    And while I have no plans on getting rid of my Toshiba Thrive, I will be watching Toshibas new 13+ inch model.
    The final specs on the device will decide if I buy one or not.

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