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#181 adey

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 03:53 PM

well i had a rockchip tablet but i killed it stoned dead by flashing the wrong firmware to it. going to buy a new one probably with a cortex a13 cpu? not sure which ones have good battery life though, want it for watching some divx films and and a few ebooks.

#182 Lectric Chuck

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Posted 25 December 2012 - 02:50 PM

Just picked up a Pipo S1 7" and I like it. It appears the firmware needs to be updated and it doesn't have the cool Jellybean look of the Nexus, even though it is Android 4.1.1. Just learning about Rockchip tablets.
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#183 Ender222

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Posted 25 December 2012 - 03:03 PM

I have a zpad (ZT180).. and I dont think i would recommend it to anyone . lol

#184 psychophil

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Posted 30 December 2012 - 11:27 AM

I bought 2 CUBE tablets for Christmas presents.

1) CUBE U9GT5 16GB ( having lots of issues with this one)
2) CUBE U30GT 32GB

#185 dusko1234

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Posted 31 December 2012 - 01:29 PM

U9GTV, very fast with resolution 1600x1222 / retina screen/

Edited by dusko1234, 31 December 2012 - 01:30 PM.


#186 ABQ_Jammer

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Posted 31 December 2012 - 04:57 PM

Well, I HAD a Pandigital SuperNova, but it just died. After installing the mods and ROMs created here, it ran much better, but then the power connector seemed to not work, though it charged through the USB port, but now it won't even do that anymore. It's completely dead. I've tried contacting Pandigital, and (big surprise) I get no response. I sent them a message a few weeks ago, and have heard absolutely NOTHING.

I'm going to use some $ I got for Christmas to get a new tablet, and was looking at the Kocaso M870. It's an 8 inch, so I can use the keyboard/case I got for my PDSN with it. It's got these specs:

CPU: Allwinner A10, Cortex-A8@1.2GHz;
Screen: 8 inch TFT 800 X 600 Capacitive Multi-Touch;
RAM: DDR III 1GB
Network: Support external 3G module dongle
G-Sensor: 4 way G-Sensor

Screen Rotation: Support
Memory: Built-in 8GB, TF Card Max to 32 GB
OS: Android 4.0

Camera: Front Facing 0.3MP and Rear Facing 2.0MP
HDMI: Max 1080P, HDMI V1.4 3D
Touch Screen: Capacitive Touch Screen (five point touch)
Card Reader Slot: T-flash card (Support up to 32GB)

Sound effect: - In focus Audio
- Built-in stereo speaker
- Built-in Microphone

Media File Audio: AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, AMR-WB, QCP, MP3, WMA, WAV, MIDI, M4A
Video: WMV, ASF, MP4, 3GP, 3G2M4V, AVI, MJPEG, RV10, DivX, VC-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, h.263, H.264 (support 1080P video-watching)
Gravity Sensor: 4-Dimensional gravity sensor

Unit Size: 200.4 x 154.3 x 10.3 mm ;
Unit Weight: 450g;

I'm hoping it's going to be a good buy at $99. Let me know if it's not so I don't waste my hard earned Christmas $.

Thanks.

#187 anadappa

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Posted 31 December 2012 - 06:13 PM

I have the old (1½ years) RK97D with Android 2.3.1 which can't upgrade.
Then I have the new Icoo D70 Pro II with Android 4.1.1 with a bad battery but cheap and speed OK.
I've ordered a new 9.7" Tablet, The Freelander PD80 with Android 4.1.1 and RK3066 chip.

Edited by anadappa, 07 January 2013 - 04:09 PM.


#188 clonedtech

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Posted 12 January 2013 - 05:51 AM

this is my current slate

lifeware se 1008

http://www.lifewaret...1008#product_hw



General Specifications and Display

Processor

Cortex A8 1.2 GHz

System Software

Androidâ„¢ 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)

Dimension

208.02 mm x 152.9 mm x 9.9 mm

Display and resolution

8" touch panel, 1024 x 768 pixels

Air Interface

WIFI - IEEE 802.11 b/g/n

Display Color Depth

24 bit/pixel

Touch Panel

Capacitive Multi-touch

Connectivity

USB

Mini type A USB OTG

Digital TV Out

Mini HDMI

Speaker

Built-in Speaker

Microphone

Built-in Microphone

Sensor

All gravity induction-3D Accelerated

Audio Out

Standard 3.5 mm headphone jack

Memory

Built-in Micro SD (T-Flash)

8 GB

SD Card

Supports up to 32 GB

Built-in Flash

NAND 512 MB

Media Performance

Camera

Built-in front-facing camera

Video Decoding

H.264 H/W Codec, Full HD@30fps

Audio

Supports mp3, ogg, wav, m4a, ac3, aac, midi, wma, mp2, flac, ape, 3gp

Entertainment

Media Player

Supports mp4, avi, mkv, flv, rm, rmvb, wmv, mov, dat, vob, pmp. Mpeg, mpg, asf, ts, tp

E-book Reader

Supports txt, fb2, pdb, pdf, epob, mob

Streaming Media

Supports H.264+AAC based MP4 container format

Battery and Power

Battery Type

Standard battery, 4400 mAH rechargeable Lithium-Ion Polymer

Power Adapter

Input- 100-230 Vac, Output 5Vdc/2A

Communication and Organizer

Instant Messenger

Supports Yahoo Messenger, Skype, Fring, Nimbuzz, etc.

Email

Supports Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Pop3, IMAP

Calendar

Built-in

Calculator

Built-in

and its bricked with no display and infinite bootloop after flashing.. :nea:

#189 Lafo Mamone

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Posted 15 January 2013 - 03:10 PM

I got old Samsung Tab 7" P1000 that I recently upgraded to HumberOS CM10 based 4.2.1 and am enjoying the latest stuff :)

Just ordered Onda V972 from ********* yesterday, waiting impatiently for it to arrive !

#190 Skiye

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 03:01 PM

nextbook7 premium se (model # in my sig). specs are:
800x480 res/16:9 aspect ratio
multi-touch (5-finger)
.3mp front facing cam
Cortex single core 1ghz cpu
1gb ddr3 ram
mini hdmi
micro usb
micro sd (put an extra 4gb micro sd card i had lying around in it, but of course would like to upgrade to 32gb)
mic and headphone jack (3.5mm standard)
802.11 g/b/n wifi adapter
8gb internal storage
5gb cloud storage
ics operating system (4.0.4)
flash version 10.2 (trying to figure out how to upgrade to 11.x)
micro usb port is a host port so i got an adapter (micro usb->usb 2.0 female) and am using a targus 4 port usb splitter - hooked up a wireless mouse (logitech m325) and a nice case with built in keyboard to it. works fantastic. picked the case up off of amazon.com for $12(usd). got one for the wife and daughter's tablets too (wife has the same model as me, daughter has a Craig 7" CMP741e). also have a cheap usb bluetooth adapter i plugged in, but have yet to get it working. think i have to download the drivers and try using modprobe or something. i'll try it out eventually. installed a multitude of applications - from a terminal emulator to need for speed most wanted and many points in between. love this device. it's a handy little unit for business and for play. :)

Edited by Skiye, 22 January 2013 - 03:09 PM.

next7p12-8g / ics v4.0.4 / kernel 2.6.34 / build IMM76I.v005

#191 Coombes27

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Posted 31 January 2013 - 03:48 PM

I'll be grabbing one of these in the coming days: http://www.amazon.co...=A2POPIRD2KULI6

#192 Twiggy821

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Posted 09 February 2013 - 08:02 PM

Just received the Pandigital Planet as a gift.
Love it as an Ereader but seems OS needs an upgrade.
Any suggestions??

#193 joaos

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Posted 11 February 2013 - 06:55 AM

i haven't got a tablet yet, but I'm considering one of the chinese ones like Pipo M1 or the Momo 12 because I'm starting to figure out that there are so many patent limitations on normal tablets that it's really dumbed the market down... Ipad won't allow slots, neither will google just because they want everyone buying their other warez and on the cloud, and the list just goes on and on...

#194 Neil B

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Posted 14 February 2013 - 08:07 AM

hi newbie. i also have lifeware se1008 and had some problems earlier trying to put in cwm. I used a momo8 image to flash it when it boot-looped and it is now functional again, but using a different firmware.

#195 HarisCh

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Posted 16 February 2013 - 05:48 AM

i have ainol novo7 havig some problems... more oftenly.. annoying problems

#196 Y55

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Posted 16 February 2013 - 03:13 PM

I have a Ainol Novo 7 Flame and I like it. Good price, good tablet :good:

#197 droidified

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Posted 25 February 2013 - 10:43 PM

I have just purchased a C70 Eken tablet and I'm looking for a firmware that wouldn't kill it. Any suggestion is helpful!

#198 koekjestrommel1

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Posted 28 February 2013 - 03:17 AM

I have an ainol novo aurora II and I really liked it! A lot of bang for buck although I reckon it's getting outdated pretty soon.

#199 Infinitrium

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Posted 01 March 2013 - 09:24 PM

I've got a Freelander PD20. It was the cheapest 7 inch tablet I could find that had GPS. I paid 101 dollars with shipping from Pandwill. So far it seems alright, a bit slower than I was expecting though. The Chrome browser just crawls on it, Opera runs much faster but I find Opera sometimes messes up images on certain webpages.

#200 Victorious1

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Posted 08 March 2013 - 02:56 PM

I've got an Icoo D70 Pro2 that is very impressive. Battery life is only about 2 hours,so, I keep it plugged in at my desk or use my external battery when I'm out. I thought that this was just going to be a toy type of thing, but, it turns out to be a very powerful and fast tablet and very lightweight also. It comes apart very easy to inspect the innards or to change the battery. I like it so much that I just ordered a second one to give to my wife because she keeps using mine and enjoys it so much and I never get to use it. Android 4.1, Google Playstore and many more excellent apps. Also excellent display quality on my 46" TV using the tablet output from HDMI. I've had Ipad Mini and Nexus 7 and other than the lack of Bluetooth and the short battery life this is just as good, plus, the bonus is that if someone steals this tablet or I lose I'm only out $83. Can't beat it for that price.

Edited by Victorious1, 08 March 2013 - 02:57 PM.





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