Is the Tabtech M009S 2GB Android tab worth buying?

Discussion in 'Android Tablet Discussions' started by Leon, May 25, 2011.

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Is the Tabtech M009S 2GB Worth buying?

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  1. Leon

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    Hi,

    I'm new to this site and wanted to find out whether the Tabtech M009S 2GB (as advertised on Amazon) is worth buying? Or is there a suggestion of a cheap tablet with good functionality or am I destined to pay £400.....gulp!
     
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    I'm using one right now and it's excellent! Got mine for £56 and I use it pretty much every day.
     
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    Hi Leon, welcome to the forum. Glad you could join us here. I'm moving your poll to the Android Tablet Discussions area where it will get more views and responses.
     
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    Well, just be assured that IF you get one, you won't be getting nearly the quality as one of the brand tablets (ASUS, Motorola, Acer, Samsung; even ARCHOS).

    Personally, I find that no tablet (no matter the other specifications) that has a resistive touchscreen isn't worth the lower price. The absolute and most important thing with a tablet is your interaction experience; and a resistive screen can severely hamper that. As long as you get a reasonably good capacitive screen, you should be fine. It depends on what you want to do with your tablet.

    I also read one of the reviews on that tablet that apparently quotes the battery life as being only 2 hours under very light use (web-browsing, games (although apparently not too high-end)).
     
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