The G10 Haipad or the X5A Telechip???

Discussion in 'Telechips TCC8902 Tablets' started by Tes, Nov 15, 2010.

  1. Tes

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    Hi Guys

    Has anyone bought the products below. Dont know which is best???

    New G10 Haipad Android 2.1 Tablet with 7 Inch Multi Touch Screen, Accelerometer, Camera

    X5A Plus Telechip Android 2.1 Android Tablet PC with 1080P HDMI Port, Accelerometer, Multi Touch Screen

    Any recommendations guys:)
     
  2. xaueious

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    X5A build quality is better, but G10 has better touchscreen response and physical buttons. I think those are the main differences.
     
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    I got the G10 Haipad from Euogo.com. Build quality is acceptable but I've been having a big problem, the tablet freezes up after a few minutes and I have to use the physical switch to turn it off and on again. I've been in correspondence with the people at Euogo who first told me to try a new firmware release which didn't do anything. A week and a half ago I emailed them telling them that but haven't heard from them since (and I've sent out 3 or 4 more emails).

    So, at least in my experience, I can't recommend either the G10 Haipad or Euogo.com.
     
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    To be honest I think there are a few tablets that are slightly better. There are a few Android 2.2 device out that look really promising. You can find a comparison between different android tablets at the link in my signature. Hope it helps
     
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    I have a G10. I am reasonably happy with it; that said, if you can afford to spend the extra money, I'd recommend a tablet with a capacitive touch screen. The G10 is not bad as far as resistive goes, but it's just not as nice to use as the capacitive screens.
     
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    I've used both the ZT-180 and the G10 tablets. Although the G10 is smaller than the ZT-180, I like G10 with the "multi-touch" screen better, they both have very good video playback. I have added many Apps with the Android market app. If anyone wants a G10, Flying Touch II or ZT-180 check out to my ebay listing at SmartGiftIdeas for some great pricing, you can also send me your mail address and I can send you a paypal invoice. Pricing for tablets on Ebay for the G10 with 4GB and newer CPU is $185.99, the ZT-180 is $200.99 and the Flying Touch II is $227.97, shipping cost via UPS is included. For a few bucks more you can add a case and keyboard combo. No web site as of yet but one is coming next year.
     
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