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The knowledge you gain here will familiarize you with some of the technical jargon and narrow your search down so your questions will be informed and intelligent - which is not only appreciated by the more senior members, but helps them help you more efficiently.
Thank you in advance for following these guidelines. Enjoy your PDP!
Introducing Planet by Pandigital, a light easy-to-carry multimedia tablet powered by Android™, perfect for at home or on the go. Within the sleek thin design is the performance power to deliver seamless interactivity to countless features;
Take photos and capture videos. Listen and download your favorite music. Connect effortlessly with your social networks. Access and manage your email. Browse the full interactive internet. Download and play the hottest games.
With direct access to the Barnes and Noble eStore your world is open to over two million books, newspapers and magazines to read or lend. And, with the power of Android™, browse thousands of applications with instant access to the Android App store.
Personalize the Pandigital Planet 7" Media Tablet to fit your life - include your favorite music and media, select the perfect Android app to add, and stay in touch via email or other social media favorites. Connect to the internet in seconds using your favorite WiFi hotspot. Including optimized applications, the world wide web, and access to thousands of applications to meet your personal needs and interests.
Model Number: R70A200
The Pandigital Planet has an Amilogic 8726M SoC custom revision, Containing a Cortex A9 single core arm proccessor running at 800mhz, 256Mb of ram, A Mali-400MP Mobile GPU, and a currently disabled Qualcomm Atheros ar1520 GPS. Bluetooth not included or disabled.
It also contains a 2gb internal flash, of which 512 mb is used for system and app storage (256 system, 256 application/user).
Up to 32gb MicroSDHC card can be used. (32 gb sandisk class 4 tested)
A very bright, decent quality LCD screen, with resistive Dual touch Input.
Twin cameras, a forward facing 0.3MP (640x480) webcam, (which is for some reason higher quality than->) and a rear facing 1.3MP (1600x1200) camera. No flash included for either camera.
A built in microphone and mono speaker, as well as support for headphone/mic combo standard 3.5mm headsets.
All standard Android buttons, Home, App/Menu, Back, and Search, as well as volume up and down keys.
None Currently Available.
5v DC Power supply, No others currently available.
Slatedroid Pandigital Planet Subforum: Pandigital Planet
This is based on the PDN wiki. As sections get added/completed/modified here, delete/change the corresponding section below.
1 Tablet Specification 1.1
Overview1.2 Summary of Features1.3 Hardware1.4 Retail Locations & Price1.5 Accessories 1.5.1 Cases 1.5.2 Screen Protectors 1.5.3 Power Supply1.6 Support 1.6.1 Contact Information1.6.2 User Manuals1.6.3 eReader Software Tips 2 Modifying the Planet 2.1 New User Guides 2.2 Software Modification2.3 Guides and Fixes for All Slates 2.3.1 *Fix Market For Slates 2.3.2 *Flash ROM 2.3.3 *Use WebShare app to transfer Files 2.3.4 *Change Key Mapping 2.3.5 Others Guides 2.4 Hardware Modification2.5 The original PDN wiki2.6 Troubleshooting
NOT to be confused with PD's PLANET discussed on this page.