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Questions about buying a tablet

by hunter239833 / March 7, 2013 4:43 AM PST

i am looking to buy a tablet for my mom, kind of as a way to introduce her to more recent technologies. i found this add and was wondering if it is worth my time to check it out:

Brand New Android 9" Dual Camera Tablet PC 1.2Ghz, 8GB HD, WIFI, Apps - $149 (Allentown)
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BRAND NEW In The Box Android 4.0 ICS Tablet/PC !!

1. Display: 9" Capacitive Multi TouchScreen
2. Processor: Allwinner A13 1.2~1.5GHz, Max.1.5GHz
3. System: Android 4.0 Operating System
4. Storage: 512MB Ram, 8GB Nand Flash
5. Other Features: Dual Camera, Wifi, Games, Apps

Operating System: Google Android 4.0
Released: 2012
Product Type: Tablet PC
Keyboard: Digitally
Display Technology: Capacitive Screen
Screen Size: 9 inch
Max Resolution: 800*480
CPU Type: A8
CPU Model: A13
CPU Speed: 1.5
Technology: DDR3
Installed Size: 512MB
Hard Drive Type: NAND FAST FLASH
Hard Drive Capacity: 8GB
PCMCIA Expansion: T-FLASH (Support 16G MAX)
Camera: 0.3MP Front and Back
3G: Supporting external 3G modem
G-Sensor: Four way
Audio: Built in stereo speakers/Built in Microphone
Software: Youtube/Facebook/Twitter/MSN/Android market/Skype/Calculator/Google Mail/Google maps/iReader/Quick Office
Language: Multi-language support
Battery Type: LI 2800
Battery / Run Time(up to): 3H
Power Device Type: AC Adapter
Voltage required: 100/240V
Color: Black/White
Item Dimensions/ W*D*H: 18.1*12.1*0.89CM
Shipping Dimensions/ W*D*H: 24*16*7CM
Net Weight: 0.309KG
Input/Output Connectors
Ports: 1 x Mini USB
1 x Micro Sd Card slot
1 x DC jack
1 x Earphone jack
Networking / Data Link Protocol: Fast Ethernet
Wireless Connection: WIFI
Wireless Protocol: 802.11 b/g
Support Format

What You Get:
1 Tablet PC
1 Stylus
1 Earphone
1 USB Cable
1 User`s Manual

Christmas is right around the corner, these make AWESOME gifts!!

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Max Resolution: 800*480 = looks junky.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 7, 2013 4:46 AM PST

My Nexus 7 is 1280x800 (216ppi) so what I see above should be pretty cheep. Figure under 79 bucks and DISPOSABLE.

Probably fine for your first training tablet. But it could put you in a bad mood about tablets.

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for buying tablet
by ranjan1604 / March 7, 2013 11:02 PM PST

Hey buddy,
you seem to be getting unbranded tablet. from your configuration i want to say that this tablet gets over heated
and ofcourse it backup and application setting seem to be more confused I would like to say you to go either for samsung, micromax which is easily available in your country for more info I would recommend you to see feature which I am providing you link here which shows short description with best knowledge of mine.I have been benefited from these sites lot.
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