What do you LIKE/DON'T LIKE about your current tablet?

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  1. bottleb

    bottleb Member

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    Title pretty much sums up my question! Also, if you could start over/change tablet, would you? Which one would you pick?
     
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    Better question What don't I own, Oh a generic APAD
    For me three things.
    Dislike
    Precision of Touch- But I should talk. I have Fat Finger Syndrome :)
    Battery Life-I want a unit that has 10+ hours in reality
    Quality variance - Looking at the board, this is an obvious

    Like/Love
    Portability and view: My Firmware is solid and I can now browse,watch movies, read or listen with ease. I can even listen and read while my battery drains faster.

    Show-off power. I do not care where I use it, I always get comments and questions

    Not an IPad and it fits in my pocket. Without a case of course. But bigger than a PMP and more portable than an IPAD.
     
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    Whats your tablet :p ?
     
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    i just wish the speed was quicker and probably battery sense when i use it i use it, but other then that i really like everything about it and when more come out with flash support i will be getting a new one :)
     
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    I think it will be greatly helpful, especially to NEW BUYERS looking for a MID, if your answer can also say WHAT MODEL and FROM WHERE it was purchased. Thanks.
     
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    COBY KYROS 7015 | 7015A
    CPU (speed & performance)
    RAM (how much available)
    IS: (Internal Storage 2GB or 4GB)
    ES: (External Storage 16G or 32GB)
    LVIS: LCD Visual Image Size: (7", 8", 9", 10", 12")
    WLAN: 802.11(b,g,n)
    LAN: 10/100 or 10/100/1000
    VPN: Virtual Private Network
    PAN: Personal Area Networks (Bluetooth)
    Rotate Axle: Yes
    Vibration: Yes
    3D: Yes
    Flash: Yes
    3G Optional
    Kick Table Stand: Yes
    Color: Black
    Case: Yes
    Stylus: Yes
    USB 2.0: Yes 2x
    HDMI: Optional
    mAH: 1500 or higher
    Android OS: 2.1, 2.2 or 3.0

    Where to buy this not from Amazon or ebay (only if you know they'll support you) To me it's better to buy direct from the OEM.
     
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    gurgle Super Moderator Staff Member

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    What Tipstir said, I am always hesitant to offer a brand. I do not know how much you want to spend and how technical the reader may be. In my opinion, one of the things you get with a more expensive tablet is a better default build and manual. If I were going to buy one today, I would go to EUOGO or merimobiles. The audience to this forum is international. What may be a good source in the US may not be in France or Australia.

    Remember tablets are changing and updates/upgrades on the way. I would bet the case used by Flypad, EKEN, and many others are the same case. But it is the circuit board. battery, screen and the firmware of the Android that really is the difference. If you pay $100US expect the quality to be fair to poor with an occasional good unit. If you pay $200US, the quality will be good to very good and better support and capability.

    But that is just my opinion
    I know I will replace my tablet in November/December or I will purposefully "break"/Make it into a prototype. But that is me.
     

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