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  1. Undoubtedly, Android 2.2 is the first factor to be considered for Android tablet, of course Android 3.0 would be much better. Well, there is no one available currently with 7" display and 3.0 OS. As for 7" display screen for Android 2.2 os, noticed one-Android 2.2 tablet
  2. Not heard too much about firmware of 2.3, I think it's much better to upgrade to 3.0. Also hope any one can help find the sources...
  3. I wonder it would work on other phones powered by Android os?
  4. Update, Firmware for this tablet is available now. Upgraded to the latest version, 3g network would be ready on the tablet by supporting 3G dongle. so, it's would be much more powerful.
  5. Found an awesome Android tablet, called malata zpad. Looks really fantastic, Nvidia tegra 2, android 2.2, 16million color capaciive sreen, bluetooth, built-in 3g network, ... So, it's worth costing about $500 bucks to taste it, isn't it? The link to the tablet is Malata Zpad.
  6. Checked but found a little confused about that tablet due to that simple specs. Really don't know what' s processor, ... hmm, 256 ram is a little suck. Probably you should take a look this one. 7" Android 2.2 Tablet
  7. Take a look at this one, Freescale A8 Android 2.2 tablet I also placed a review about this tablet, Review of Apad Android 2.2 Tablet PC--Powered by Freescale A8
  8. If it been updated, and it works fine. That would be great. I'm a little worry about the process when flash it.
  9. Here is a review for Android tablet. http://android.modaco.com/content/other/32...y-freescale-a8/
  10. Here is the review of Android Apad tablet PC--Powered by Freescale A8. I ordered from Nowsupplier,a chinese store, for $174, but now it's only $168! Great deal. Android 2.2 Tablet General specs. are as following: Android 2.2 OS Freescale iMX515 Cortex A8 800Hz Chipset 32KB instruction and data caches,Unified 256KB L2 cache 512MB Ram, Built-in 4G Nand Flash 8" inch TFT LCD (Touch Panel) 800*600 (4:3) Wireless LAN 802.11b/g,US Keyboard, USB external keyboard Built-in touch pad, support USB Mouse USB2.0*2, High-speed USB OTG TF /MINI SD Card Audio b0.5w *uild-in 2 stereo sperkers,External Microphone, 3.5mm Earphone,Built-in Monophonic Recording 100-220V Input, 9V DC Output, 2A 3600mAh battery 0.4KG (with battery pack) The performance overall is really good. Running on it and remains very fast. Also with games (Angry birds, Speedx 3D...) and with Flash 10.1 content, I'm very satisfied at this point. Many built-in apps,if I rooted it, so I know how to install other popular apps such as the official Android Market. It has tf-card port, Wi-Fi, 3.5 earphones interface and a 30-pin socket(standard usb interface would be much better)used to charge the device, to connect it to the PC and other devices. Battery lasts for almost 4 hours of continuous Internet browsing and video play, so it's Ok. The defects would be resistive screen(capacitive would be much better) and other defaulted Chinese apps, but its worth based on the price! If I reboot it, I believe it would work much better.
  11. I'm afraid it's not the official Market.
  12. Does shipping should be so terrible in Christmas season? Any one have same experience?
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