So how's the telechip based tablet performs compared with other chips?

Discussion in 'Telechips TCC8902 Tablets' started by ZXT, Dec 8, 2010.

  1. ZXT

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    Sorry, I don't have much knowledge about tablet chips so this is all new to me. I might get an aPad which everyone knows has a telechip so I hope this chip is good.
     
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    in my experience the performance ratio is a bit like this: VT/WM 8505 < Rockchip 2808 < Telechips 8902 < ZT-180 < Cortex A8 core processors.

    It has a very good video performance but could use a bit more edge in processing power and 3D performance.
    In my eyes it has the best price/power ratio in a entry level device at the moment.
     
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    Exactly what Loonix said.

    In my opinion, it is good value below $180 (should be $150 if you are in Asia). Anything beyond is pushing it.

    Some M701s have iffy build quality though. I would really go for the HSG X5A or the Lonpad D7 builds at this point.
     

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