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Old January 12th, 2011, 11:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Tablets w/ USB Ports?

Are there any Android tablets that have USB female ports on them? I mean ports that allow you to plug in, say, a phone, mouse, keyboard, and other USB plugged devices. I know that Windows PC tablets have USB female ports, so I was wondering about Android tablets.

I was highly disappointed when I found that iPads didn't have this, hopefully Android can cheer me up

If there are more than one that come to mind, can you name them below?

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Old January 13th, 2011, 01:26 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Are there any Android tablets that have USB female ports on them? I mean ports that allow you to plug in, say, a phone, mouse, keyboard, and other USB plugged devices. I know that Windows PC tablets have USB female ports, so I was wondering about Android tablets.

I was highly disappointed when I found that iPads didn't have this, hopefully Android can cheer me up

If there are more than one that come to mind, can you name them below?

Thanks.
The viewsonic G-tablet has one full size USB and a mini USB port.
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Are there any Android tablets that have USB female ports on them? I mean ports that allow you to plug in, say, a phone, mouse, keyboard, and other USB plugged devices. I know that Windows PC tablets have USB female ports, so I was wondering about Android tablets.

I was highly disappointed when I found that iPads didn't have this, hopefully Android can cheer me up

If there are more than one that come to mind, can you name them below?

Thanks.
The Gome FlyTouch II has 2 USB ports! & 2 micro-SD ports...
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Old January 30th, 2011, 12:48 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Thanks! I have been looking for a tablet that has a USB so thank you very much.
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So...does that mean I can use my 4g wireless card with it?
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Acer A500 has USB ports - full and mini.
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Acer A500 has USB ports - full and mini.

Actually, full and MICRO


To the person that asked about the 4g card, so far it only works for storage (FAT32-formatted) and keyboard.
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now, you also have the Toshiba Thrive, Archos G9's, and Asus EEE Pad Transformer (on dock only.) I have also wanted a full size USB so I can make videos on the go, shoot them with my camera and upload them to youtube.
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Lenovo think pad tablet has full and mini USB ports
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