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#1 dryster

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Posted 01 August 2012 - 01:21 AM

A13 Tablets


This will be a list of known A13 tablets : please add to this thread and I will try to keep the list updated for a month or so.

If you want to post, please post pictures 640x480 : no links to external sites please (will be deleted)

Also, please report any glaring errors.

Note, 1.2MHz units are running at 1.0MHz

Make, Model, size, resolution, RAM, Memory, Frequency, battery

Ampe A76 "Fashion" : 7" : 800x480 : 512MB : 8GB : 1.2GHZ : 2600 MAh
Bmorn V16 : 7" : 800x480 : 1024MB : 8GB : 1.2GHZ : 3500 MAh
Icoo D50 II Deluxe (Lite): 7" : 800x480 : 512MB : 4GB : 1.2GHZ : 3800 MAh
Onda VI10 Fashion : 7" : 800x480 : 512MB : 8GB : 1.2GHZ : 3000 MAh
Onda VX580W : 5" : 800x480 : 512MB : 8GB : 1.0GHZ : 1900 MAh (Resistive Screen)
Onda VX610W "Fashion" : 7" : 800x480 : 512MB : 8GB : 1.2GHZ : 3800 MAh
Ployer Momo9 III : 7" : 800x480 : 512MB : 8GB : 1.2GHZ : 3000 MAh
Sanei N77 : 7" : 800x480 : 512MB : 8GB : 1.2GHZ : 2600 MAh (Looks same as Ampe A76)
Teclast P76a : 7" : 800x480 : 512MB : 8GB : 1.0GHZ : 3000MAh


Generic/Unbranded :

Unbranded PILLBOX7/McPad : 7" : 800x480 : 512MB : 4GB : 1.2GHz : 2200 MAh [1]
Yeahpad PILLBOX7/McPad : 7" : 800x480 : 512MB : 8GB : 1.2GHz : 2800 MAh

[1] Some sellers quoting 2800 MAh

Edited by dryster, 19 August 2012 - 11:23 AM.

Tablets past : Nationite Midnite. Witstech A81E : White Pandigital Novel : Zenithink ZT280 C71 M3-C71-1M : Blackberry Playbook : EV2 NEC Renesas Dual A9 Cortex : Zenithink ZT-180 v2 512mb 4gb : Telechips TCC8902 : Elocity A7+ Tegra : Ainol Novo 7 Tornados : Eken T01A A10 : Ampe A76 A13 : Aishuo A816 S5PV210 : HT SurBox 701 AML8726-M : iPad v1 : Kindle 4th GEN - currently still have the Eken T01A A10 the Kindle and the iPad. Have become a cord cutter over last 12 months, Roku, Apple TV, HTPC with ATSC/QAM and soon to test out the OUYA.

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 08:54 AM

i bought a 9 inch voyo q901 a13 tablet... can i get a rom for it??

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 06:07 PM

Unbranded PILLBOX7/McPad : 7" : 800x480 : 512MB : 4GB : 1.2GHz : 2200 MAh*
Yeahpad PILLBOX7/McPad : 7" : 800x480 : 512MB : 8GB : 1.2GHz : 2800 MAh

* Most vendors are claiming 2800 MAh or higher, my vendor says 2200 MAh, and we already have a report of false rating being listed by a vendor. Gotta love Shenzhen.

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Posted 19 August 2012 - 04:29 AM

Just spotted this one on the official Teclast site:

Teclast P76a 7" 800x480 512MB 8GB 1.0 ghz 3000mAh

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Posted 19 August 2012 - 11:39 AM

I notice that the Teclast and a few other tablets are being advertised with G+G which I'm assuming means "full glass" : anyone know what the definition is?
Tablets past : Nationite Midnite. Witstech A81E : White Pandigital Novel : Zenithink ZT280 C71 M3-C71-1M : Blackberry Playbook : EV2 NEC Renesas Dual A9 Cortex : Zenithink ZT-180 v2 512mb 4gb : Telechips TCC8902 : Elocity A7+ Tegra : Ainol Novo 7 Tornados : Eken T01A A10 : Ampe A76 A13 : Aishuo A816 S5PV210 : HT SurBox 701 AML8726-M : iPad v1 : Kindle 4th GEN - currently still have the Eken T01A A10 the Kindle and the iPad. Have become a cord cutter over last 12 months, Roku, Apple TV, HTPC with ATSC/QAM and soon to test out the OUYA.

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Posted 27 August 2012 - 08:26 AM

I notice that the Teclast and a few other tablets are being advertised with G+G which I'm assuming means "full glass" : anyone know what the definition is?


I'm struggling to get to the bottom of this too dryster. My first instinct was it had something to do with Gorilla glass (wrong, it is Glass + Glass rather than Glass + Plastic, even though the glass does seem to be similarly toughened).

There's a lot of comment (translated via Bing translations, so who knows how accurate) to the effect that the G+G is fundamentally similar to the iPad2 IPS screen. For example with the Teclast linked shop for the P75a:

"P75a configuration 800x480TFT, a 7-inch screen, and the introduction of a new generation of multi-point capacitance touch screen flat, super light transmittance, touch-responsive, precise positioning. Touch panel using the same structure the iPAD2 principle of double glass panel technology, using advanced laser etching technology and pure graphic design, slide touch, sensitive and accurate, and eliminate any operation "dead ends". Panel material is high-strength tempered glass, very high hardness, no foil have to worry about is smudging. Whether playing games or any other software application, P75a manipulation of smooth touch can make you feel comfortable"

Yet the P75HD doesn't mention G+G when they talk about its IPS screen:

"P75HD HD screen 7-inch IPS, hard screen technology IPS LCD technology is by far the most advanced in the world. Compared with traditional soft LCD, hard IPS LCD with faster response times, even images without Echo, the response speed, color, offsets, 178-free Omni-directional visual characteristics. Whether through pictures, watch movies, browse the Web, play games, have a very visual experience effects. Screen resolutions up to 1024x600 and P75HD. When browsing the Web can achieve full page views without having to drag. Watch the clarity of the picture or video later, richer detail, is the highest level of current Tablet PC screen"

Now the wording for the A10 9.7" device (the one with the Allwinner A10 processor) is very interesting:

"Original, 9.7-inch IPS capacitive screen fully compatible with iPAD

A10 dual-core full view IPS uses a 9.7-inch original big screen, screen ratio of 4:3. Area is an ordinary 7-inch Tablet 16:10 more than twice times! Hard screen technology IPS LCD technology is by far the most advanced in the world. Compared with traditional soft LCD, hard IPS LCD with faster response times, even images without Echo, the response speed, color, offsets, 178-free Omni-directional visual characteristics. Whether through pictures, watch movies, browse the Web, play games, have a very visual experience effects. A10 duo screen not only the Visual area, and screen resolutions up to 1024x768. When browsing the Web can achieve full page views without having to drag. Watch the clarity of the picture or video later, richer detail, is the highest level of current Tablet PC screen"

Notice the 'fully compatible' and the 'hard' LCD?

Now as Teclast also seem to be researching, designing, and manufacturing tablet screens, I 'think' what they have done, is found a way to make 'almost fully compatible' screens to IPS (still dual layers of hard glass), but MUCH cheaper to manufacture, while still providing a superb display with very tough and competent components (no corner cutting or substituting inferior materials).

Ok it's conjecture, but I have yet to come across any reference to their G+G screens that isn't highly positive, even though side by side with IPS screens slight differences are noticeable.

As I've used an IPS screen myself recently, I'm curious to get my hands on the P85 now, to see if I'll be able to spot anything detrimental in actual use.

I have a strong suspicion I won't (I have extremely sensitive eyes, and used to check out monitors for customers so they wouldn't get eye strain, so a couple of hours use should tell me a lot).

Edited by Ogri, 27 August 2012 - 08:35 AM.


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Posted 27 August 2012 - 11:51 AM

That's a good reply. I would expect then that G+G tablets may be slightly heavier.

The Ampe A76 I have is definitely P+G with the upper surface being a flexible plastic, bonded to the surface, here are my observations:

ZT-180 was definitely plastic film over glass LCD panel, typical of the resistive screen feel. Warm to the touch
Ampe A76 feels like plastic and when viewed from shallow angle displays mold contours, ie, not completely flat. Warm to feel (plastic)
Eken T01a possible glass, cold to the touch, must be thicker, no contours, same with Elocity.
Ainol Tornados, bezel type arrangement, digitizer over LCD and cold to the touch
iPad, well, tapping it sounds sort of plastic, but it has the cold temperature of glass

Slightly heavier in a 7" tablet isn't such a bad thing, and I know the Ainol bezel can cause issues with dust particles being trapped, so for me, G+G is probably a positive feature of a new tablet.
Tablets past : Nationite Midnite. Witstech A81E : White Pandigital Novel : Zenithink ZT280 C71 M3-C71-1M : Blackberry Playbook : EV2 NEC Renesas Dual A9 Cortex : Zenithink ZT-180 v2 512mb 4gb : Telechips TCC8902 : Elocity A7+ Tegra : Ainol Novo 7 Tornados : Eken T01A A10 : Ampe A76 A13 : Aishuo A816 S5PV210 : HT SurBox 701 AML8726-M : iPad v1 : Kindle 4th GEN - currently still have the Eken T01A A10 the Kindle and the iPad. Have become a cord cutter over last 12 months, Roku, Apple TV, HTPC with ATSC/QAM and soon to test out the OUYA.

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Posted 29 August 2012 - 12:58 PM

One more device for the list.
Ployer Momo 9 Star, 9" w/ 800x480 resolution, very high battery life and good android implementation.

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Posted 06 September 2012 - 09:14 AM

Slightly heavier in a 7" tablet isn't such a bad thing, and I know the Ainol bezel can cause issues with dust particles being trapped, so for me, G+G is probably a positive feature of a new tablet.


I experienced this on my unbranded A13 tablet, so I disassembled it, put some alcohol-free screen-cleaning solution on a piece of paper, and carefully pushed it between the plastic and LCD to clean out the dust. Then I cut out several pieces of electrical tape and sealed up the area where the LCD screen meets the front bezel. No more dust so far *knock on wood.*

If it returns, I'll likely grab some silicone or maybe just use hot glue to seal it up.
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Posted 06 September 2012 - 09:22 AM

I picked up a Samsung S5PV210 based tablet cheap that had trouble with it's touchscreen, the original owner took it to Mexico and suffered from high humidity, problems with his phone and tablet. On close inspection, it looked like there were quite a few "invisible" particles between the layers of the resistive screen and the tablet would work, then go crazy as though multiple swipes, touches etc were being executed.

In the end I disconnected the touchscreen and now use the tablet with an air mouse and keyboard, I'm working on a wood case for the thing with a stereo amplifier, my first hybrid. It would be nice to install linux on the thing.

As for my Tornados, not had any issues with the screen or bezel yet.
Tablets past : Nationite Midnite. Witstech A81E : White Pandigital Novel : Zenithink ZT280 C71 M3-C71-1M : Blackberry Playbook : EV2 NEC Renesas Dual A9 Cortex : Zenithink ZT-180 v2 512mb 4gb : Telechips TCC8902 : Elocity A7+ Tegra : Ainol Novo 7 Tornados : Eken T01A A10 : Ampe A76 A13 : Aishuo A816 S5PV210 : HT SurBox 701 AML8726-M : iPad v1 : Kindle 4th GEN - currently still have the Eken T01A A10 the Kindle and the iPad. Have become a cord cutter over last 12 months, Roku, Apple TV, HTPC with ATSC/QAM and soon to test out the OUYA.

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Posted 06 September 2012 - 09:43 AM

Nice! I've been planning something similar to use as a machine for the garage - possibly buying a small piece of lexan and placing it over the screen of whatever device I end up choosing, then carefully sealing it into the enclosure to avoid sawdust and other particles that tend to fly when I'm out there. Love the idea of using a wooden enclosure. As the old saying goes, "If it's wood, it's good!"
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Posted 06 September 2012 - 11:37 AM

Here's the project at the moment :

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Wooden "thing" was found at the local thrift store, I put a groove in, some slots for cables, drilled big holes in sides for speakers, smaller holes to retain grilles, speakers and current amp from a pair of cheap powered computer speakers.

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Portrait mode, usual position for radio streaming. iPazzPort remote keyboard and mouse.

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Landscape, working on a set of "feet" - may go symmetric or assymmetric, not sure yet.

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Groove and slots and showing the Innards, amplifier soon to be replaced by a better quality mini car amp (winging it's way from China)

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When final I will add a backplane and a tablet retaining clip of some sort (no attachment to tablet)

All good fun and shows that when the touchscreen fails, things can be done.
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Tablets past : Nationite Midnite. Witstech A81E : White Pandigital Novel : Zenithink ZT280 C71 M3-C71-1M : Blackberry Playbook : EV2 NEC Renesas Dual A9 Cortex : Zenithink ZT-180 v2 512mb 4gb : Telechips TCC8902 : Elocity A7+ Tegra : Ainol Novo 7 Tornados : Eken T01A A10 : Ampe A76 A13 : Aishuo A816 S5PV210 : HT SurBox 701 AML8726-M : iPad v1 : Kindle 4th GEN - currently still have the Eken T01A A10 the Kindle and the iPad. Have become a cord cutter over last 12 months, Roku, Apple TV, HTPC with ATSC/QAM and soon to test out the OUYA.

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Posted 06 September 2012 - 11:40 PM

Hi,
JXD S9100-9in-capacitive 5-point touch-512MB-4000mAh battery.

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Posted 13 September 2012 - 05:15 AM

Gadmei E6 6-inch tablet:
800x480 TFT 5-point capacitive screen
0.3Mpixel Front Camera
512MB RAM
4GB Flash
ICS 4.0.4
2000mAh Battery
220 grams

DVC z9 9.2-inch tablet:
800x480 TFT 5-point capacitive screen
0.3Mpixel Front Camera
512MB RAM
4GB Flash
ICS 4.0.4
4500mAh Battery
465 grams
Google Nexus 7 FHD (Snapdragon S4 Pro Quad Core @ 1.5GHz 2GB RAM Adreno 320 - 7" 1920x1200) (Stock 4.3 ROOTed)
Chuwi V88 (Rockchip RK3188 Quad Core @ 1.6GHz Quad Core 2GB RAM Mali400x4 - 7.85" 1024x768 Capacitive) (Stock 4.2.2 ROOTed)
Yuandao N101 II Dual Core v2 (Rockchip RK3066 Dual Core 1.6GHz Quad Core Mali400 - 10.1" 1280x800 Capacitive) (Stock 4.1.1 JB FW + ROOTed)
Ployer Momo20 (Quad Core Allwinner A31 @ 1.2GHz 2GB DDR3 SGX544MP4 - 10.1" 1280x800 Capacitive) (Stock 4.2.2 ROOTed)
Acer Iconia A1-810 (MediaTek MT8125 Quad Core 1.2GHz - 7.85" 1024x768 Capacitive) (Stock 4.2.2)
Acer Iconia B1 (MediaTek MT8317T Dual Core 1.2GHz - 7" 1024x600 Capacitive) (Stock 4.1.2)
Ramos W13Pro (AMLogic Cortex A9 Dual Core 1.5GHz - 8" 1024x768 Capacitive) (Finless Bob ROM v1.4 ICS 4.0.3)
Denver TAD-97052 8GB (Rockchip RK3066 Dual Core 1.5GHz Quad Core Mali400 - 9.7" 4:3 1024x768 Capacitive) (Stock 4.0.4 FW ROOTed)
Generic Rockchip TFT e-Reader/PMP (RK2729 800x480 16GB) (Stock Firmware)
iPad Mini 16GB WiFi (iOS 6.0.2)
iPhone 4S 32GB (iOS 6.0.1)

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Posted 23 September 2012 - 02:21 PM

The project is almost finished, I still need a clean method to retain the tablet (without attaching anything to it) and a couple of wire clips and a clip on wooden back (makes the bass sound better) - overall a happy project with a tablet with no touch screen, RF keyboard/mouse works great, little ten dollar amp from the auction site is great for the unit.
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Tablets past : Nationite Midnite. Witstech A81E : White Pandigital Novel : Zenithink ZT280 C71 M3-C71-1M : Blackberry Playbook : EV2 NEC Renesas Dual A9 Cortex : Zenithink ZT-180 v2 512mb 4gb : Telechips TCC8902 : Elocity A7+ Tegra : Ainol Novo 7 Tornados : Eken T01A A10 : Ampe A76 A13 : Aishuo A816 S5PV210 : HT SurBox 701 AML8726-M : iPad v1 : Kindle 4th GEN - currently still have the Eken T01A A10 the Kindle and the iPad. Have become a cord cutter over last 12 months, Roku, Apple TV, HTPC with ATSC/QAM and soon to test out the OUYA.

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Posted 06 October 2012 - 01:02 AM

Is there any custom rom for momo9 star?

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 01:37 PM

Also put the Onda Vi50, 7" : 800x480 : 512MB : 8GB : 1.0GHZ : 2900MAh
A video review here ->

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Posted 11 October 2012 - 01:44 PM

The project is almost finished, I still need a clean method to retain the tablet (without attaching anything to it) and a couple of wire clips and a clip on wooden back (makes the bass sound better) - overall a happy project with a tablet with no touch screen, RF keyboard/mouse works great, little ten dollar amp from the auction site is great for the unit.
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I was on Slatedroid hiatus for a while, as I was an idiot and broke my screen on my A13. Going on Slatedroid just would have exacerbated my irritation until I fixed it. :) All working now, and I can post here again without kicking myself!

Nice project, man! That could be very handy in a lot of ways. Are you done with it yet? I use that exact same keyboard/remote for my Raspi running XBMC. Love that little remote.

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Posted 12 October 2012 - 12:15 PM

"tablet with no touch scree"
hilarious! (i work more than 20 hours to get back my touchscreen, and never give up ) ;)

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Posted 16 December 2012 - 12:19 AM

Diablotek d2-911
800x480
512 ram
4gig internal
1.2ghz running at 1.08ghz
9" screen
Have overclocked to 1.152ghz stable 1.2ghz fails
Bugged support and got flash firmware to restore
Have flashed maipan, f900, worked perfect.
Looks like it will run most a13 firmware or firmware can be changed to include the right drivers.
It is prerooted but its permissions are not right, needs permissions changed on sd storage as you
have trouble copying to them .

Sent from my D2-911 using Tapatalk 2
Update: Gpu crapped out after 35 days lost half of the colors didn't have replacment in stock. Great customer service got
Me a refund from the seller would have gotten a replacement but would have taken 2 months with the seller and I wanted
A replacment not a repaired warrant unit. They freely released firmware to me great company just didn't work out, went
With a Nook HD for the high res screen man movies are sweet on this thing just need to get the firmware figured out and
It will really scream. Later All.

Edited by Zeppelinman_2000, 03 January 2013 - 01:08 AM.





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