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Old November 21st, 2012, 12:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Tempted by Tablet: Can someone tell me if specs are good please

After having ploughed through what would seem like hundreds of things about varies wifi tablets, I have finally hit upon something that seems a very reasonably price for what it is ($305.96) or £197.46, and seems on the surface to tick all the boxes for me. However I'm not that much in the know when it comes to androids, so I was hoping if I listed the specs, someone might be able to tell me if it's worth going for or not, or should I leave well alone! I want it mainly for high end gaming and watching good quality films:


Model: Ramos W3030HD Tablet PC 16GB


CPU: Quad-core Samsung Exynos 4212,1.4 GHz
Cortex-A9, GPU Mali-400MP


Operation System: Android 4.0


RAM : 1GB (DDR 3)


ROM (Memory) 16GB Nand Flash


Shell Material: Plastic


Size: 10.1 Inch


Type: Capacitive Screen, IPS


Display: LCD


Resolution: 1920 x 1200 px


Visible Angle: 180%


Extend Card: Support TF card up to 32GB extended


Camera: Dual camera, front is 0.3 and back is 2.0MP


Gravity sensor: Yes


Multi-touch: Yes, 10 points touch


Play Store: Yes, built in


Bluetooth: No


Video: 1080P, AVI/MOV/MP4/RMVB/FLV/MKV…


Music: MP3/WMA/WAV/APE/AAC/FLAC/OGG


Ebook: UMD, TXT, PDF, HTML, RTF, FB2…


Skype: Yes


Email and Browser: Yes, built in


WIFI: Yes, 802.11 b/g/n


3G Not built in, support external 3G dongles


Earphone: 3.5mm


Work Time: Up to 5-6 hours


Battery: 6800 MAh


Language: Czech, Dansk, German, English, Spanish, Russian, French, Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, Polski, Greek,
Portuguese, Svenska, Turkey, Korean, Japanese,
Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese.


Other Applications: File Manager, Office Suite, Google Search, Task Manager,Browser, Gallery, Android Webkit, Clock, Calculator, Calender, ireader, Gmail…


Product size: 267 x 178 x 10mm


Product Weight: 620g


Extend Port: 1 x TF card slot: 1 x MINI HDMI port


1 x Micro USB port


1 x 3.5mm Earphone port


Package including: 1 x Charger (12v, 1.5A)


1 x USB cable


Packagle weight: 1.2kg

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Old November 21st, 2012, 12:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Nope.

The brand name is enough to turn me off. You're stuck with whatever you get. You will never see an update, and support will be terrible, at best. Avoid no-name devices.
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Nope.

The brand name is enough to turn me off. You're stuck with whatever you get. You will never see an update, and support will be terrible, at best. Avoid no-name devices.
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I would suggest looking into name brand tablets, especially if you are dropping 300$ on one..

Look into the Galaxy Tab series or the Note 10.1 or Nexus 10, or even, if you're looking for something a little smaller the Nexus 7

Just stay away from non name brand devices because they will only lead to heartbreak, woe, and misery...

If not convinced please read: http://androidforums.com/android-lounge/631594-off-brand-phones-tablets-worth-low-cost.html


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Ok thanks! I have just been looking at the Nexus 7 which I have found on Google Play Store for £159 for the 16GB which I thought was pretty good and based on what you said I am sorely tempted. One thing puts me off though. I already have a 32gb micro sd card, which I would like to use but it would seem the Nexus 7 doesn't have a card slot. Would a usb micro card adapter work, as I have been reading something about it only working if the android is 'rooted', and I definitely don't want to go down this road! It would seem my decision to buy or not to buy rests on this one thing, as apart from this I am very suitably impressed with the specs of the Nexus 7
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