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  1. theo86

    theo86 Member

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    hi there, i would like some info on low cost tablets, only want it to watch setram videos, msn, just to listening music, watch movies/series stream, can you  help me? oly thing is i want a 10'' screen :S help please..
     
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    Hi Theo,

    I found this buyer's guide at IT-Depot It is probably kids stuff for most readers here but as a newbie I found it quit useful:

    [h=1]How to select your Android Tablet[/h]
    What Android Tablet should you select? Is the most expensive always
    the best to meet your need? This guide will provide some simple ways to
    compare different models and make sure that your Tablet match your need
    and budget. As the tablet market is moving fast we will try to keep this
    page updated.

    [h=2]Screen[/h]
    The size of the screen is a compromise between mobility and
    convenience. A big screen is nice but not very handy if you want to
    carry you Tablet with your everywhere. You can get Tablets with screens
    from 5" to 10" but 7" and 10" is most popular.[​IMG]

    There are two main types of screens Resistive Touch and Capacitive. Resistive Touch
    is more common on less expensive devices and requires some pressure
    from your finger to operate. It does not support multi-touch. Capacitive
    has a shiny glass surface and supports multi-touch gestures. This is
    the most common type on higher priced devices. This type of display
    requires skin contact

    [h=2]Processor[/h]
    In general the faster the processor the faster the Tablet. The speed
    is measure in GHz and for most usage between 0.8GHz and 1GHz is
    sufficient. Some newer model are now supplied with Dual Core and Quad
    Core Processors but a single core processor is sufficient for most users
    and is more gentle to your battery life.

    [h=2]Memory[/h]
    There are two forms of memories. RAM and Storage. But again the more the better.

    [h=4]RAM[/h]
    RAM is used when the processor is working on executing your orders.
    It is normally measured in MB. 512MB is sufficient for most purposes.

    [h=4]Storage[/h]
    This is also called Hard Disk or NAND Flash. It is measured in GB and
    this is where you save all your programs and data. You know the general
    rule: The more is better. But Android Tablets use storage very
    efficient and if you just use your Tablet for email, simple games and
    some browsing you might find that 4 GB is more than sufficient. If you
    however want to have all your music and films on your Tablet you need
    space. 16GB is a good choice and if that is not enough you can SD Micro
    card to store additional data. SD Micro Cards are rather Cheap and have
    the advantage that you can have several with different data and just
    change them as you need.

    [h=2]External Connectors[/h]
    At least one USB port is a must. 2 is better and 3 is fantastic. You
    also need a TF card slot for you SD Micro Card and then of course a plug
    for your earphones. Many Tablets are now also coming with a HDMI port.
    This is essential if you want to transfer High Definition movies etc. to
    your TV or music to your HiFi.
     
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    I'm a new tablet user, too, and I found your info helpful. I have two questions: 1) how do I connect my tablet to my computer? I tried my USB to USB connector, but my computer didn't recognize an external device at all. 2) how do I move files on my tablet (such as ebooks) to an SD card or USB flash drive? The tablet recognizes the external storage, but I don't know how to move book files. I copied/pasted a photo from the tablet to the flash drive, then deleted it from the tablet. But there must be an easier way.

    Thanks for any help you can give.
     
  4. theo86

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    after the latest post i'm torn between these 2 can you dvivise me: ARNOVA 10 8GB or Mpman MP 1027 can you help me? just regular use, msn, watch vedoes stream, nothing special..
     
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    Buy Onda vi40 , its cheap and specifications are excellent too. I bought last week. Its not bad:D
     
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    i'm from portugal, where can i buy it online?
     

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