I read all your posts for both tablet and i was not able to decide ,maybe you can make things more clear to us.
You can easly can becaome a profesional in terms of tablet review:)
Is PIPO has better faster web browsing including flash support ?
I/O : who has better support for SD cards USD disk NTFS or FAT32?
Stabilty: who more stable in general and games.
Wifi: after JB is pipo still have an issue?
Screen:I like you prefer 3:4 but still have to ask is N101 ii is much better ? can you say it has same quality like Ipad2?
Firmware: you already stated that pipo JB wins here is noticeable for normal user or it's small thing that make the big difference.?
Battery: who has better power mangement ? I really hate to have 50% that after 15 minutes get 3 mintue remaining time
so far I had
acho c908 that was nice but not fast enough, Dropad,Momo 15.
And I'mI still looking for the best android tablet that will replace my IPad..
Neither unit "technically" actually has flash support. Shocker I know... Blame Google
. They dropped flash all together in Jelly Bean. Google it if you don't believe me. That being said, I sideload Flash for ICS into our JB firmwares and it works fine on both units. It really won't matter in another year I don't think though except for a slim margin of the population that absolutely needs it for something or another.
Stability: Same - both are very stable - N101 II had some Touch Screen issues related to firmware.
I/O: they have the same ports and slots, I have heard the PiPo is having some SD card issues but that the problems are most likely related to JB. I haven't tested the MicroSD card slot much on the N90 II or N101 II.
WiFi: Definite win for the N90 II. PiPo has very good WiFi but the N90 II is one of the best tablets I have ever used in this regard. N101 II is about the same as the PiPo M1.
Screen: N90 II has a brighter screen than both the N101 II and the PiPo M1. N101 II has a slightly clearer screen due to a higher PPI. But, yes, the 4:3 Aspect Ratio is MUCH more handy in my opinion no to mention comfortable to hold an use.
Firmware: PiPo all the way in that regard. The N101 II firmware still has issues although I haven't looked at the newest stuff so perhaps they worked things out. I am getting the newest N90 II firmware now, what I am currently running though was/is stable and fast once I modded it.
Battery: The Yuandao's do win out here but I haven't done a formal test. It might just be a placebo because the battery meter is accurate on the N90 II and not on the M1. Of all three devices, the N90 II seems to have the best battery. The N101 II battery meter also tends to be innacurrate and as mentioned above the M1 battery meter tends to be this way to however the N101 II seems to last quite a while. I think the Yuandao screens are a newer IPS tech with lower power consumption, that is my guess at least.
Build Quality: PiPo Max M1 - much sturdier and the metal back doesn't scratch up and the N101 II isn't as sturdy as it looks although both make you feel a bit more confident than the plastic rear panel on the N90 II.
Design: N90 II - Plastic rear panel does make it super light-weight and it is very very thin and comfortable to hold
Speaker: N90 II or N101 II both have a nice loud speaker
Port Access: PiPo M1 - Ports are so much easier to get to.
Cameras: In typical chinese fashion, they all suck.
The N101 II on our current firmware is not a unit I can fully endorse because of the touch panel issues. Basically multi-touch jitters constantly. Single Touch is fine. I have discussed this at length on Vondroid. I haven't used the latest firmware builds for the unit though, so if the issue is fixed and you get an N101 II that was properly quality checked then you get a great device.
I think we are going to replace the N101 II maybe with the Sanei N10 Quad-Core in our current line-up. I don't have any experience with Sanei so I am hoping they have better Quality Control then Yuandao.
We are going to start selling the N90 II most likely today.
Edited by Roman2025, 25 September 2012 - 09:13 AM.