Sub $200 Capacitive Screen Tablet - Any comments?

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  1. zarniwoop

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    Very interesting...
     
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    if it had an HDMI output, it would be the best tablet for under $200....on paper of course
     
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    Looks like a good one, I also checked this one out.
     
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    IT's not capactive or multi touch.... read through the reviews.... nowsupplier says it's resistive single touch on the second page of the reviews/comments. Quite misleading though as I was very close to ordering this tablet myself.
     
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    Well spotted :)

    Nice to see that the specs are a flexible option. :rolleyes:

    Back to the Wits A81E+
     
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    Where are you seeing that one?
     
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    nevermind, being dumb! I am wondering if the only difference between the A81E+ and the A81G is 3G capability? Also not seeing where either is multi-touch??
     
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    Full size USB and 3G I believe.

    Although for the application I have in mind the Wopad looks very nice.
     
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    I haven't seen anywhere where it says it has 3G. I think you mean G sensor. The A81E doesn't have a G sensor and the A81G does. 3G would require some phone capabilities.
     
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    3G with USB dongle apparently.

    The A81E+ has a G sensor I believe.
     
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    We can only hope for a capacitive screen.

    I have no clue what Pandawill is selling. Someone can check with them.
     
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    Maybe the one from pandawilll is capacitive..... but i'll believe it when I see it. IF this was truly a capacitive screen, 2.2, ran flash, for under $200 I probably already would have ordered two. At this point I am strongly leaning towards giving up on finding a decent 2.2 tablet for under $200. Really need flash so these two girls can play webkinz, club penquin, etc.
     
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