RockTouch RT7/Suli SL-7/Window N9 RK2818 Capacitive 7" Android 2.1 (Plastic Back)

Discussion in 'Rockchip RK2818 Tablets' started by xaueious, Jan 2, 2011.

  1. xaueious

    xaueious Administrator Staff Member

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    Shanzhaiben reported on this tablet at 900RMB.

    Metallic frame, RK2818, rather bland looking but the price is right

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    Looks like the wopad to me, which I got.

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    It looks like it's a variant. Maybe identical internals.

    I thought the Wopad is supposed have different speaker placement. The backing in this one is completely plastic, and has a speaker grille in it:
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    This sample unit was received from HOTMID: RockTouch RT7 MID RK2818 7' Capacitive Touchscreen Android 2.1 WiFi G-Sensor HOTMID.com
    Current price is around $200 shipped.

    Shaky video review:


    With slightly modified firmware from http://www.androidtablets.net/forum...k2818-7-capacitive-tablet-custom-xt0-1-a.html

    Specifications:
    Rockchip RK2818 ARM9 at 622MHz
    256MB RAM (200MB is usable)
    Android 2.1 (JIT enabled)
    8GB onboard flash memory
    Multitouch capacitive touchscreen supporting up to 5 touchpoints


    (this review is not complete)
     
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    My Tablets: Pandigital White Novel - aPad iRobot RK2818 - Motorola Xoom 4G (Rooted JellyBean 4.1.2) - Kindle Fire - Novo Elf 7" - HP Slate 7" - Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro
    xaueious: How much would you price this tablet? The capacitive screen is nice, but appears everything else is basic RK2818 stuff...

    Thanks for the review... was entertaining and informative :)

    BTW... the Director [Enter your name here] did a great job.. lol
     
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    Xaueious, any more words on this device? I'm looking for a decent 7" capacitive device, any recommendations?
     
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    I kind of lost my post pressing the back key in my browser. But I'll put the pictures up anyways.

    It is a good ebook reader device with YouTube capability. The capacitive screen is calibrated well and works well. Speed when browsing is not the greatest, and the wifi is a little weak in the unit as well. Battery life is not impressive. It doesn't have the most solid build, but is better than some of the all-plastic builds I've seen because of the aluminum frame, which adds sturdiness.

    At $200, this isn't a bad device unless you are in the US and can buy a Nook Color.

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    How can I get dual boot on my x220 or other name flytouch II can windows 7 be put on it this device and ive heard of honeycomb is it possible and easy todo any links help please many thanks

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