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Old July 11th, 2011, 08:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hello guys, i'm new to here and total newbie for android tablets. I need to buy a tablet PC, so i'm wandering if anybody can help me to choose one.
And i have a budget, see 200-250 USD, it maybe better in 7", and with capacitive screen. I need the tablet with android 2.3, coz i heard that it's the newest in the market, right?
Actually, one of my friends from India told me a new site SpeMall.com for consumer electronics, and i found a tablet there seems to be a good choice, it comes with android 2.3 and TI ARM CORTEX A8 Processor Built in Bluetooth, built in webcam and G sensor etc, and here's the link: 7 Inch High Resolution 1024*600 Capacitive Screen Android 2.3 Tablet PC with TI ARM CORTEX A8 Processor Built in Bluetooth - China Electronics Wholesale - Consumer Electronics Gadgets Dropship From China So how do you think about it? Will appreciated for any suggestions,thx...

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Old July 11th, 2011, 10:15 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Don't buy that. Get the upcoming archos tablet. It's only $279, and it runs 3.0, which is actually made for a tablet.
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oh really? thx,android 3.0 seems attractive,but i heard that i need to wait a long time for android 3.0, i can't wait,coz i need to buy it in the couple of days, it's a present.
anyway,thanks for ur suggestion....
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It's actually 3.1, but the tablet's not out until september. Maybe the wifi Galaxy Tab instead?
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Hey there,

I'm also in the market for a tablet. I've looked at the Galaxy 7" and it looks good to me. I've also done some small amount of investigation on the Kyros 7" and for a cheaper unit seems not to be too bad.

I need it mainly for reading books, a little bit of general surfing, emails, and anything else would be a bonus.

I've not even had an Android phone so the whole thing is new to me.

What're your thoughts?
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hey,guys, it's said that the new android market will comming in few weeks to devices
running Android 2.2 and higher.
how do you think about it?
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