Mid Tablet pc 10.1

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  1. BuNtEr

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    i picked up this mid tablet 10.1

    here are the specs

    Description:
    •10.1” HIGH DENSITY TFT SENSITIVE TOUCH SCREEN
    1024X600
    •ANDROID 2.1 OS
    •MULTI LANGUAGE OS
    •ARM 11 1.0GHZPROCESSOR
    •256MB RAM
    •2GB INTERNAL STORAG
    •2x MICRO SD SLOTS
    •BUILT IN 10/100 NETWORK
    •WIFI BUILT IN
    •BUILT IN CAMERA
    •G SENSOR 3D GAMING
    •2USB PORTS + HDMI
    •BUILT IN GPS
    •3800MAH LITHIUM BATTERY

    Model Number
    SAWEE Pad

    Firmware Version
    2.1-update1 v2.2#3245

    Baseband version
    unknown

    Kernel Version
    2.6.32.9
    infotm-sqa@infotm-sqa-desktop #57

    Build Number
    ERE27


    No what i want to know is is there any good tweeks i need to do,

    were do i get the Australian GPS maps for it.

    ive been told i cant update this epad is it true is there away around it.

    how to i change the icons on the bar at the bottom of the screen.

    and does anyone know more about this tablet.
     
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  2. rnisbet

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    Hi, I also bought this one. Its cheap and has a lot of bugs. Won't run a number of apps correctly. Bought my wife a different pad. Hers is much better and only $10.00 more.

    But.. having said that, I am not completely disappointed. It still browses the internet, I can play some games and all videos and music.

    I am having trouble working out how to connect the HDMI interface to a TV to watch movies. I contacted the seller in HK and she suggested the following:

    please try find out the user's manual to set the HDMI function on the apad
    as the manual intruction. If there still has any question, please feel free
    to ask me, I will answer you at my first time.

    So, I will check the online manual but if anyone has advice how to do this please post. Wife's Epad is easy, you just hold down the menu button when a movie is playing and it switches across.

    The SAWEE 10 recognises the HDMI connection but i have no idea how to make it visible on TV.
     
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    i havent tried using a hdmi cable as yet, shame it dont have blue tooth, i have a tiny usb blue tooth dongle i might try and use that see if it works on the tablet.

    what i have found it will used a usb keyboad and mouse, handy to some.

    now as for the the 2 micro sd card readers i have put in a 16g card, i would like to know will anything downloaded and installed will it keep using the onboard storage or will it start using the card it now has, will it keep using onboard storage and when thats full is that it?.

    how to access the micro sd cards like you would a hdd is it possable.

    my wife loves using the tablet she plays some games and uses facebook and msn, i have noticed a few games have a problem with the epad one is fruit slice laggy, and mouse trap game the GFX stuff up.

    i have found holding down the Home button and vol down at the same time as you power up gets you into like a dos like mode were you can use update.zip and factroy reset.

    i was told it could not be updated, thats true from the desk top but from the boot you can.
     
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    what was the other pad you got for the extra $10 and were did you get it from ?
     
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    Great News! The Sawee 10 does connect to TV using a HDMI cable. Start the video first then press the menu button on top for a second and release. Works fine.

    The other pad I got was a Zenithink ZT-180 and I got it from Myefox.com I note they are cheaper already. Down to $135
     
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    My only concern with Myefox was that they sent the pad via Swiss Post and it went via Zurich first. Took a lot longer to get here than other parcel deliveries.
     
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    i tried to connect a usb Bluetooth dongle to it yesterday, downloaded software onto it in a hope it would work, bugger it didnt anyone kn0w of a dogle that will work and software to run it.

    the dongle would blink, but the software i used could not turn it on kept saying could not turn on bluetooth device
     

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