Hardware Thread, Best Android Tablet? in Technical; While you'll pry my iPad from my cold,dead hand, I've been looking at Android tabs for a project I've got ...
22nd July 2011, 12:41 PM #16
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While you'll pry my iPad from my cold,dead hand, I've been looking at Android tabs for a project I've got going at the moment. I've been very impressed by the Galaxy Tab, but for my money, the HTC Flyer is incredibly impressive, but does cost more
Other than that, I liked the acer A500. Motorola seem to be upsetting a lot of people with lack of support and patchy releasing of SW upgrades.
23rd July 2011, 01:57 PM #17
Couldn't agree more, very solid and sexy. I'm in love
Originally Posted by Hightower
18th August 2011, 11:20 AM #18
I don't agree. The update to firmware 2.2 was a simple process. It gives the Kindle app, flash and access to loads of other apps available to the Android. With HDMI, USB and the card slot it is quite versatile for the price.
Originally Posted by j17sparky
18th August 2011, 03:11 PM #19
18th August 2011, 03:20 PM #20
Well I've just went to use it today, plugged in USB to charge it as it hasn't been used in a couple of weeks - no usb charge, great. Plugged in power and turn it on, clock has reset as the battery was flat What a useless piece of s... its not 1995 any more!
Originally Posted by NikChillin
Whats the point in a USB or card reader if you can't download any apps for it in order to use that functionality?
I can honestly say its up there with cachepilot amd Windows ME/Vista for the most disappointing products I've ever used. It really does give android a bad name. Yes it is half the price of the iPad but (I can't believe I'm going to say this) the iPad is 10x better.
18th August 2011, 03:34 PM #21
I've got an ipad2 and transformer.
While the build quality is second to none on the ipad, the OS is safe for toddlers to use... which annoys me, I cant stand using it for any period of time but i'd quite happily recommend it to my dad because it'll be safe in his not techie hands.
The transformer has a great OS, if a little 'beta' in feel. Much more versatile, no itunes (worth it alone) but the build quality is lacking.
Probably getting rid of both.
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