Windows XP n455 tablet vs Zenithink c91?

Discussion in 'Android Tablet Discussions' started by criver, Nov 11, 2011.

  1. criver

    criver Member

    Oct 20, 2011
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    Which tablet do you think is better:
    10.1 inch Windows tablet with N455 CPU, 160GB/1GB, WiFi, touch screen, supports Windows XP OS or
    10 inch Android tablet PC C91 with 1GHz CPU, capacitive touch screen, 8GB/512MB, WiFi, Webcam
    I guess the Windows XP tablet's a lot better - even though the battery and the camera may be worse + the price for such a tablet looks like a great deal...
    I'd be really glad to hear any opinions on this.
  2. gurgle

    gurgle Super Moderator Staff Member

    Aug 6, 2010
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    Near 39.11°N 94.6°W
    Tablet / Device:
    Better question What don't I own, Oh a generic APAD
    It is not an like to like comparison. But here is a go:
    Win Unit: A PC, XP is outdated and no longer really supported (Although still used), Likely limited battery life (2-3 hours continuous video use). But can be used as a full featured PC with all available Windows apps, Poorer shared video, but lots of storage capacity, The Atom N455 core is about as powerful as a older P4 or Pentium-M series. The touch screen is likely resistive as resistive drivers are more common on XP.
    Android Unit: Lighter, Less powerful but better visual experience. It is Froyo with 512Mb for OS storage. Otherwise no clue as to real capability. This would not compare with any of the newer multi-core Android units. Likely lots longer Battery life
  3. ArthurM

    ArthurM Member

    Dec 9, 2011
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    Tablet / Device:
    Zenithink C91
    The N455 is a momoth lol. I would go with the Zenithink C91 as it really is a great tablet at a reasonable price. Sure, it has some glitches like freezing up every now and then, but Zenithink is usually pretty good at releasing firmware updates to fix it. Also, make sure you get it from a local reputable dealer rather than China incase you need to return it if it is DOA. I actually got mine shipped directly from - Zenithink ZT-180 Android Tablets which is based out of Houston, TX. They had some issues in the past with the FCC certificates on the ZT-180 but everything seems to be in order now. I would recommend.


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